Two new techs to combat Baltic eutrophication get pre-commercialization boost

Press please from the Stockholm Environment Institute

Testing has started on BioPhree® and TerraNova® Ultra, which aim to stop waste phosphorus reaching the sea and recycle it as agricultural fertilizer, in demonstration sites in Sweden. This is part of a package of pre-commercialization support offered by the EU co-funded project BONUS RETURN.

Date of publication: 28 Nov 2019

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