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 solid 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

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May 7, 2018

Two new resources further strengthens Easymining’s chemical engineering team

We are happy to welcome Viktora Westlund and Carl-Johan Högberg to the Easymining team. Both has a chemical background and will initially work with developing and optimizing our Ash2Phos process as chemical process engineers.

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April 20, 2018

Easymining presented our Ash2Phos technology at IWA Sweden seminar in Malmö

Easymining's inventor Yariv Cohen presented our progress with the Ash2Phos technoloigy at IWA Sweden seminar the 11 of April in Malmö, Sweden. The intention of the seminar was to establish the status for phosphorus extraction from thermochemically treated sludge. If...

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April 5, 2018

Successful pilot runs of the Ash2Phos process in Helsingborg

Easymining has during March performed our first large-scale pilot run of the Ash2Phos process in Helsingborg, Sweden. The run went well and the main Ash2Phos process has been verified. The plan is to continue verifying the rest of the process...

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