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Nuresys is taking part in the EU funded project VALUEWASTE.

Nuresys is taking part in the EU funded project VALUEWASTE

PRESS RELEASE  25/01/2019

NuReSys bvba is taking part in the EU funded project VALUEWASTE. The VALUEWASTE project proposes an integrated approach in urban biowaste upcycling to produce high-value bio-based products, developing the first complete solution to fully valorise biowaste, that can be replicated across Europe.

Our role within the project will be the recovery of phosphate as struvite on a selected source such as household/ restaurant/ food & beverage commerce, especially from digested waste flow collected within the municipality of Murcia. NuReSys will build a pilot unit to be operational on-site to demonstrate and evaluate this approach, with the ultimate goal to sustain local nutrient recovery and nutrient reuse. The produced struvite product will also be tested for its efficiency as a phosphate fertilizer combined with recovered nitrogen, delivered by one of the other project partners.

The project started on November 2018 and will last 4 years. It gathers 17 partners from 6 different countries: CETENMA (ES) – coordinator-, Innovarum (ES), Savonia University of Life Sciences (FI), CESPA Servicios Urbanos de Murcia (ES), Ayuntamiento de Murcia (ES), ITAINNOVA (ES), Unibio AS (DK), Agro Business Park (DK), UNE (ES), Nutrients Recovery Systems (BE), Ekobalans Fenix AB (SE), INDEREN (ES), GAIKER (ES), ENTOMO (ES), SEAH (FR), Kalundborg Kommune (DK) and European Biomass Industry Association (BE).

To see more details, visit project website: www.valuewaste.eu.


Horizon 2020 European Union Funding for Research & Innovation

NuReSys is taking part in the EU funded project Circular Agronomics.

NuReSys is taking part in the EU funded project Circular Agronomics.

PRESS RELEASE  24/01/2019

With a consortium of 19 members from 9 EU countries and a federation of farmers from 10 East African countries, Circular Agronomics will contribute to making the European agri-food system an integral part of a Circular Economy. This will be achieved by increasing resource efficiency and the reuse and recovery of nutrients while addressing associated environmental challenges such as greenhouse gas (GHG) and ammonia emissions and the eutrophication of water bodies due to excessive nutrient leakage.

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This can be achieved through better soil, crop and livestock management and the recovery and reuse of nutrients and carbon from manure, food waste and wastewater. The solutions will focus on the production of novel soil organic amendments, improving crop and grassland management to optimise nutrient cycling, addressing livestock management to minimise GHG emissions and contributing to the valorisation of recovered nutrients and carbon through the processing of manure, digestate and food waste as well as the treatment of wastewater from food-industries. Six study sites will show examples of good practices throughout the EU.

To see more details, visit project website: www.circularagronomics.eu/consortium.


NuReSys is taking part in the EU funded project Circular Agronomics.

Featured in TPO Magazine newsletter.

Featured in TPO Magazine newsletter

PRESS RELEASE  28/09/2017

More than 1,000 companies will showcase the latest, cutting-edge technologies from the water and wastewater industry at WEFTEC 2017, set for Sept. 30 to Oct. 4 in Chicago.
On the 26th of september 30.000 people received the TPO Magazine newsletter with Featured Exhibitors. With NuReSys & Schwing Bioset on top of the list with latest developments.

“We may be able to substitute nuclear power for coal, and plastics for wood, and yeast for meat, and friendliness for isolation - but for phosphorus there is neither substitute nor replacement.”

"The loss of phosphorous, since that is life's bottleneck, is most serious, and it is estimated that 3,500,000 tons of phosphorous are washed from the land into the sea by the rivers each year [1958]. Since phosphorous makes up roughly one percent of living matter, that means that the potential maximum amount of land-based protoplasm decreases each year by roughly 350,000,000 tons." - Isaac Asimov, Life’s Bottleneck, 1959.

Phosphorous Recovery Technology
Schwing Bioset is now in partnership with NuReSys to bring its Struvite Recovery Technology to North America.

Nutrient Management by Schwing Bioset Schwing Bioset Struvite Recovery Cup
Be a Steward of Global Sustainability

  • Offset the dwindling supplies of worldwide phosphate reserves
  • Help prevent eutrophication of sensitive waterways
  • Convert your wastewater plant to a resource recovery center

Solve Plant Operation Problems

  • Avoid scaling and clogging of pipes, pumps, and in dewatering equipment
  • Reduce accumulations in tanks that cause shut downs for removal
  • Help your plant meet its discharge limits

Benefits of Struvite Recovery

  • Improve dewaterability of biosolids by re-balancing mono and divalent cation ratios
  • Create a valuable product from your waste stream
  • Market the harvested product under trade name Bio-Stru®
  • Harvested struvite can be marketed independently by the municipality or through Schwing Bioset's marketing channels

NuReSys technology for struvite recovery to be built in Braunschweig/Germany.

NuReSys technology for struvite recovery to be built in Braunschweig/Germany

PRESS RELEASE  24/09/2017

NuReSys is proud to announce that the Municipality of Braunschweig, assisted by PFI Planungsgemeinschaft GbR regarding unbiased evaluation of the different offers, has awarded its future phosphorus recovery plant to the combination Bremer-Pro-Aqua and NuReSys. The requirements of the tender were quite challenging and therefore the solution offered had to be versatile and flexible. The flow can vary from 8 to 25 m³/h and the PO4-P levels between 300 and 800 ppm. The combination offered a tailor-made solution which not only takes into account the phosphate recovery but also any post and preceding processes. Dipl. Ing. Thomas Meyer from Bremer-Pro-Aqua says: "We had a first collaboration with NuReSys when back in 2006 we built a phosphorus recovery plant in Altentreptow. This was an industrial plant in the dairy sector. Also this time the collaboration with NuReSys was correct and we felt very much on the same wavelength”.

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