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Circular Approaches to Phosphorus: from research to deployment
4 March 2015, BAM, Berlin

A workshop organised by EU DG Research, & Innovation, ESPP and P-REX

Formal establishment as a not-for-profit association (eV) of the German Phosphate Platform (DPP)
Official signature of statutes, election of Board
5 March 2015, 17h30, Berlin

LOGOESPC2015  ESPP sent out a call for posters on success stories in sustainable phosphorus management. Focus was presentation of implementation experience, with an emphasis on market / user application and uptake, business model, reproducibility and transferability. Below you can find a list of all posters presented at the ESPC2015.

 

Uranium in phosphate fertilizers Achatz Michaela Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS), Germany
Crossing the valley of death for phosphorus Banerjee Priyanka VU University Amsterdam

Phosphorus dynamics in sediments of the Darß-Zingst Bodden Chain

Bitschofsky Franziska University of Rostock
Scenarios for future agricultural phosphorus stocks and flows Bodirsky Benjamin Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Putting a Phosphorus Bounty on Society’s Bad Behaviour Brownlie Will Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Edinburgh
Nutrient recovery and recycling in European agriculture Buckwell Allan RISE Foundation
Reactive materials for P control in outdoor pools and bathing ponds Bus Agnieszka Warsaw University of Life Sciences SGGW
Sustainable phosphorus recovery from agricultural and food residues Campos Alejandra Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB, Stuttgart
Urine use in fruit production Chen Xiangyang Tianshui Sweetest Apples Company
Manufacture of organic fertilizers from livestock manure : examples in Brittany Convers Bertrand The association IF2O (Organic Fertilizers for inter West France)
Valorization technologies of P and N for agronomical application using industrial by-products Cortina Jose Luis Barcelona TECH,  Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona
Sustainable P management in Spanish agricultural irrigated systems Dechmi Farida Unidad de Suelos y Riegos, Zaragoza
Eutrophication mitigation and phosphorus harvesting via PhosphoReduc technology Drizo Aleksandra Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
P-RoC-Technology - field application Ehbrecht Anke Kompetenzzentrum für Materialfeuchte (CMM), Germany
New possibilities for modelling dissolved phosphorus losses from agricultural areas Fischer Peter Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB), Berlin
Phosphorus recovery with carbonized sewage sludge Friedrich Kevin University of Applied Sciences, Bingen
Criticality Assessment of Phosphorus regarding Specificity and Functionality Gantner Oliver Augsburg University, Germany
Nutrient and energy recovery in WWTPs by pre-concentration and adsorption processes Garcia-Belinchón Carme Cetaqua, Water Technology Center
Nutrients (N & P) recovery optimisation through composting process: the REFERTIL results Gómez Palacios José Maria REFERTIL Consortium  (FP7)
TL-BIOFER: twin-layer system for microalgae biofertilizers production in WWTPs Gómez Palacios José Maria LIFE+2013 TL-BIOFER Consortium
Luckily enough, green plants haven’t studied phosphorus chemistry Hansen Bengt Kemira
Outotec Modular Energy and Phosphorus Recovery Processes Hermann Ludwig Outotec
Thermochemical treatment of sewage sludge ash for P-fertilizer production Herzel Hannes BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany
Engineering the Economy with dividend-bearing pollutant surcharges Hinton Stephen The Swedish Sustainable Economy Foundation
90% of the phosphorus removed from pig farms through scraping Homo Sébastien Cooperl-Arc-Atlantique - French pig cooperative group
Solution for Wastewater & Waste Management Hosho Fumiki Kubota Corporation
P-Supplies of soils to meet sufficiency, efficiency, consistency Isermann Klaus Bureau of Sustainable Nutrition, Land Use
and Culture (BSNLC), Hanhofen
Relative phosphorus availability in biosolids prediction model Jaouich Alfred Université du Québec à Montréal
Losses and efficiencies of phosphorus on a national level Jedelhauser Michael Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
Polish P-Index - characterization of P-risk model’s crucial components Jurga Beata Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation IUNG-PIB, Poland
Reactive filter for phosphate control in backyard pond Karczmarczyk Agnieszka Warsaw University of Life Sciences SGGW
The Role of Struvite from Sewage Sludge in a regional phosphorus flows Kern Jürgen Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering Potsdam-Bornim e.V.
Transdisciplinary phosphorus research driven by a participative scientific comic Kirstein Jens Freie Universität Berlin
Phosphorus recovery from wastewater: local & national effects Kleeman Rosanna Surrey University, UK
Implementing agricultural phosphorus strategies to combat eutrophication Kleinman Peter USDA-ARS, Pasture Syst. And Watershed Management Research Unit
Data structure in MFA and its effects on results: a comparison of P in Denmark and Austria Klinglmair
Manfred
Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby
Phosphorus from wastewater in agriculture - a risk assessment Kraus Fabian Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin and P-REX
Adsorptive phosphate recovery in decentralized wastewater treatment Kunaschk Marco TU Dresden
Policies for transition to sustainable P and N: Netherlands and Finland Kuokkanen Anna Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Finland
Sediment of agricultural constructed wetland as site amendment Laakso Johanna University of Helsinki
ICL: Your partner to use recovered P Langeveld Kees ICL Fertilizers Europe
IWA Resource Recovery Cluster Li Hong International Water Association
The Swedish way to a cleaner sludge Linderholm Kersti Silver Mountain Environmental Engineering
Enhancing the bioavailability of phosphorus from organic wastes Mäkelä Jaakko Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Vantaa
Chemical precipitation of phosphorus in water and wastewater samples Mitrakas Manasis Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Simultaneous P removal and recycling with Polonite multipurpose reactive filters Norén Anders Bioptech
Phosphorus recycling using amorphous calcium silicate hydrates Ohtake Hisao Osaka University
Phosphorus management and recovery from wastewater as struvite Pastor Laura Depuración de Aguas del Mediterráneo (DAM)
Phosphorus use and acquisition efficiency of Solanum tuberosum L. Pfahler Verena University of Rostock
Phosphates in groundwater under grasslands in Poland Pietrzak Stefan Institute of Technology and Life Science, Falenty, Poland
Responses to various dietary P-levels in growing pigs Polley Christian Leibniz Science Campus Phosphorus Research Rostock
Polonite® & Sorbulite®: calcium silicate/hydrate materials for P removal & recovery Renman Gunno KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
A new biosolids derived fertiliser supports crop yields Sakrabani Ruben Cranfield University, UK
P externalities from EU agriculture Shakhrmanyan    Nikolinka University of Lüneburg, Germany
Impact of zeolite and soil moisture on P uptake Shokouhi Amirhossein University of Tehran, Iran
Potential and value of recycled phosphate from organic wastes Siebert Stefanie European Compost Network ECN
In line: waste - biochar - phosphorus fertilizer Soja Gerhard AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Tulln
Animal bone biochar concentrated organic phosphorus fertilizer Someus Edward REFERTIL
Phosphorus recycling of sewage sludge through combined process Steckenmesser Danie Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen, Germany
Structure liming reduces phosphorus leaching from clay soils Svanbäck Annika Stockholm University Östersjöcentrum
Digestate as source of P renewable fertilizer Tambone Fulvia Ricicla Group, University of Milan
Up-flow velocity influence on struvite particle size distribution Tarragó Elena LEQUiA - University of Girona, Spain
Chemical precipitation of phosphorus: the role of water components Tolkou Athanasia Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
From Pee to P: role of civil society in nutrient recycling Tuukkanen Karoliina Global Dry Toilet Association of Finland
Innovation of phosphorus-efficient crop production and phosphorus cycling Van der Maas Marinus Wageningen UR
Waste water products as P fertilizer An evaluation in the field Vogel Telse University of Rostock
Bavarian Phosphorus Strategy Wiesgickl Sonja Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg
Plant availability of P in sludges and manures Ylivainio Kari Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)

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