Date:3/19/2019
Title:Phosphorus Recovery and Management
Description:
Phosphorus is a limited and essential resource, but it has been demonstrated that it can be extracted from wastewater, proving that water resource recovery facilities are important parts of the global circular bio-economy. This webcast highlighted what the Global Water Research Coalition, Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance, U.S. EPA, and The Water Research Foundation are doing to further the science, collaboration, and recovery practices of phosphorus.
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Presenters:  
Christian Kabbe, PhD, Founder, P-REX® Environment
Matt Scholz, PhD, Program Manager, Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance
Joseph Ziobro, Physical Scientist, U.S. EPA
Moderator: 
Christine Radke, Research Program Director, The Water Research Foundation
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