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Recovery and re-use of energy, water and nutrients from waste in the food chain (Redivivus)

Abstract

This research incorporates the use of electrocoagulation technology to facilitate the separation of water, metals and phosphorous in anaerobic digestion effluents. Following separation, these entities can be used for agricultural purposes.

Description

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Funding Body

EPSRC

Lead Organisation

Harper Adams University

Partners

Brunel University London

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