Scottish scientists are developing a technique to recover phosphorous from sewage
With the planet’s reserves of phosphorus running low, Scottish researchers are working on a new technique to recover this vital element from sewage. Phosphorus, which is a key ingredient in the fertilizers that grow our food, can’t be plucked out of the air and has to be mined in a handful of countries.
This new technique uses extremely-resistant microalgae to capture the phosphorus found in the waste that we flush down the toilet. It may not be pretty, but this technique could lead to a solution for the world’s diminishing phosphorous supplies. READ MORE
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