Our three technologies

 Patented process that recover clean phosphorus products from sewage sludge ash
Extract > 90% of the phosphorus to nearly cadmium free MAP/DCP and produce Fe & Al precipitation chemicals
An economical feasible mass balance
Reduce the carbon footprint compared to mined phosphate production
 Patented process that renders entire phosphorus plant sections to be unnecessary in MAP production
Separate phosphate from water through ion sorption instead of energy demanding evaporation
Reduce the operational cost by reducing energy consumption and by making some plant sections unnecessary
Remove impurities such as cadmium, uranium, fluorine in the MAP and lower energy consumption
 Patented process that recover clean commercial salts from fly ash
Extract fly ash's chloride content and use it to produce commercial NaCl, KCl, and CaCl2
The fly ash residue is considered less hazardous after the process, which drastically reduce the management cost
No risk for the fly-ash's chloride content to leach to the nature, and less salts needs to be mined

News

July 27, 2018

Ragnsells’ CEO talks about EasyMining’s Ash2Phos technology in the UN

Our mother-company Ragnsells was invited to talk about the need of a sustainable phosphorus management at the SDG Business Forum in the UN assembly the 17 July. Ragnells CEO Lars Lindén talked about the importance of phosphorus, how its handled...

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July 4, 2018

EasyMining and LKAB starts a collaboration project to produce strategic minerals

EasyMining and LKAB announces a collaboration project to produce strategic minerals, such as, phosphorus fertilizers and rare earth metals from LKAB's mine waste. Both phosphorus and rare earth metals are considered by the European Union as "strategic minerals" that are...

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June 21, 2018

EasyMining has purchased basic engineering for our Ash2Phos process from our engineering partner COWI

In the beginning of August of 2018 will COWI initiate their work on a basic engineering for EasyMining's first Ash2phos plant, planned to be in south of Sweden. EasyMining's business developer John Svärd concluded that "this is a great step...

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