Ragn-Sells applies for building facility for phosphorus recovery
Ragn-Sells is applying for an environmental permit for a large facility in the Swedish city of Helsingborg, where the nutrient phosphorus is to be extracted from ash from incinerated sewage sludge.
Press release from July 8, 2020
With this plant, Ragn-Sells can offer a recovery solution for phosphorus even from sewage sludge of poorer quality, a solution not available today.
In order to be able to extract the resources that are in our sewer sludge, Ragn-Sells plans to build a facility in Helsingborg based on the Ash2Phos technology, from Ragn-Sells innovation company EasyMining. The technology extracts more than 90 percent of the phosphorus in the sewage sludge after incineration.