5 edition of Phosphorus in sewage sludge and animal waste slurries found in the catalog.
by D. Reidel Pub. Co., Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Boston in Dordrecht, Holland, Boston, Hingham, MA
Written in English
|Statement||organized jointly by the CEC and the Institute for Soil Fertility, Haren (Gr.), and held in Groningen, Netherlands, on June 12 and 13, 1980 ; sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Agriculture, and Directorate-General for Research, Science and Education ; edited by T.W.G. Hucker and G. Catroux.|
|Contributions||Hucker, T. W. G., 1922-, Catroux, G., 1938-, Commission of the European Communities., Instituut voor Bodemvruchtbaarheid (Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||S592.6.P5 P47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 443 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||443|
|LC Control Number||81000797|
FURRER, O. J. AND BOLLIGER, R. (): Phosphorus Content of Sludge from Swiss Sewage Treatment Plants. Proceedings on the EEc-Seminar, Groningen NL, June 12–13, on “Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge and Animal Waste Slurries” 91– Google Scholar. Gerritse R G () Mobility of phosphorus from pig slurry in soils. In Hucker T W G and Catroux G, eds. Phosphorus in sewage sludge and animal waste slurries, pp – Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Reidel Google Scholar.
However, the sludge water used in the P-RoC process contains only about 30 percent of all wastewater phosphorus. This is why another method, developed by researchers from Stuttgart and Würzburg, is already being used in the main stream of sewage plants. Today, P is mostly obtained from mined rock phosphate (Pi). However, natural reserves of high-grade rock Pi are limited and dwindling on a global scale. As such, there have been increased efforts to recycle P from secondary sources, including sewage sludge, animal manure, food waste, and steelmaking slag, and so close the anthropogenic P : Hisao Ohtake.
Eec (), Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge and Animal Waste Slurries. Commission of the European Communities: EEC Seminar Groningen, The Netherlands, June by: Ion exchange, phosphorus recovery, sewage sludge BACKGROUND A national goal has recently been proposed in a report to the Swedish government that at least 75% of phosphorus from wastewater should be recovered at latest without risks for health and environment (Wallgren, ). In the sewage treatment plant phosphorus isFile Size: KB.
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If you're not a subscriber, you can. Phosphorus Fertilizers From Sewage Sludge Ash and Animal Blood Have No Effect on Earthworms by Magdalena Jastrzębska *, Marta K. Kostrzewska and Kinga Treder Department of Agroecosystems, Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Plac Łódzki 3, Olsztyn, Poland.
Results obtained previously on distribution and behaviour of phosphate between organic and inorganic forms in pig slurries are extended to slurries from wastes of hens, cows and calves. Organic P in the slurries varied from about 1 to 15% of total P, with slurries from veal calves having the lowest content of organic by: Today, P is mostly obtained from mined rock phosphate (Pi).
However, natural reserves of high-grade rock Pi are limited and dwindling on a global scale. As such, there have been increased efforts to recycle P from secondary sources, including sewage sludge, animal manure, food waste, and steelmaking slag, and so close the anthropogenic P cycle.
Unwin R J () Phosphorus accumulation and mobility from large applications of slurry. In Hucker T W G and Catroux G, eds. Phosphorus in sewage sludge and animal waste slurries, pp – Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Reidel Google ScholarCited by: A knowledge of the value of the phosphorus in a sewage sludge relative to a conventional phosphorus fertilizer such as superphosphate can provide a strong economic incentive for farmers to accept sewage sludge as an application to agricultural land.
A study of the literature showed a Cited by: Phosphorus (P) recovery from sewage sludge is one of the promising substitutes to the phosphate ores to alleviate the shortage of P supply in the futu.
Raw sewage sludge from East Rand Water Care Association (ERWAT) had high phosphorus (P) content, approximately % (w/w) P2O5, which indicates a potential resource for the limiting nutrient. PHOSPHORUS IN SEWAGE SLUDGE AND ANIMAL WASTE SLURRIES Proceedings of the EEC Seminar organized jointly by the CEC and the Institute for Soil Fertility, Haren (Gr.) and held in Groningen, Netherlands on June 12 Since there are no extensive published work on the extraction of phosphorus from sewage sludge, a comparison of the results obtained from this approach will be compared to those obtained using sewage sludge ash.
Leaching is a process of extracting minerals from a solid by dissolving them in a by: II. Properties of Agricultural and Industrial Processing Waste 11 A. Animal Wastes 11 B. Crop Plant Wastes 15 C. Forest Waste 22 D. Industrial Processing Wastes 25 III.
Properties of Municipal Wastes 28 A. Sewage Sludge 28 B. Municipal Refuse 3S LITERATURE CITED 41 3 Properties of Waste Waters RICHARD THOMAS and JAMES P. LAW. For these reasons, the usage of secondary raw materials has received increased to attention.
Phosphorus is recovered from phosphorus-rich residues such as manure, meat, bone meal, and agricultural waste, even as sewage sludge can be part of the solution. Turbulence and Particle Dynamics in Dense Crystal Slurries Andreas Ten Cate Häftad. Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge and Animal Waste Slurries G Hucker, G Catroux Inbunden.
Long-term Effects of Sewage Sludge and Farm Slurries Applications This book benefits users, manufacturers and engineers by drawing together an overall view of the. In the poultry litter, poultry manure, and sewage sludge treatments, the increase in soil solution P was inversely related (R 2 = ) to the input of Ca from these relatively high Ca (–42 g kg −1) sources.
Correlation analyses implied that the magnitude of the changes in P sorption and availability was not related to the water‐extractable P content of the P sources. animal waste slurries is potentially mobile in soils.
The concentration of dissolved organic P in animal waste slurries is unaffected by storage time (Ger-ritse, ). The concentration of total organic P in slurries, expressed as a percentage of oven-dry matter.
Phosphorus in Sewage Sludge Summary Sewage sludge is a valuable source of nutrients - mainly phosphorus and nitrogen - of organic matter, and of energy. Various digested, composted, thermally or chemically treated sewage sludge based fertilizers are locally available and utilized in Europe.
EU legislation should. The sludge produced by sewage treatment plants is an alternative source of phosphorus. Sludge is where the substance ends up in the form of phosphate, carried there with the wastewater of households and industry. Experts believe that up to 50% of Germany’s demand could be recovered by recovering it from sewage sludge.
Phosphorus Recovery Efﬁciency from Sewage Sludge Saba Daneshgar 1, Armando Buttafava 2, animal waste disposal, food waste, etc.) along the way, resulting in only about 16% of the original The natural and anthropogenic (agricultural) phosphorus cycles.
Phosphorous Waste Reduction and Recovery The issue is clearly double-edged: it Cited by: 8. Several studies have addressed P fractionation from organic waste such as sewage sludge, bio-solids, animal manures and slurries (Brod et al., ; Kahiluoto et al., ; Bachmann et al., Get this from a library!
Long-term Effects of Sewage Sludge and Farm Slurries Applications. [J H Williams; G Guidi; P L'Hermite] -- Anaerobic digestion has no effect on the quantity of the waste treated, but it affects its quality and its usefulness as fertilizer.
This .Only the phosphorus in confined animal wastes is considered to be recyclable for croplands, while unconfined animal wastes mainly return to pastures. Assuming that animal biomass remains relatively constant, the amount of phosphorus in animal wastes is equal to the consumption of phosphorus contained in all kinds of feeds.