Phosphorous is an essential, limited, non-renewable resource that is necessary in supporting global food production. It is critical for plant and animal life; a key component of fertilisers and hence modern agriculture relies on it. This blog focuses why phosphate should be recovered from water.
This week’s blog will focus on how we can control phosphate levels as well as the nutrient sensor challenge.
In this week’s blog we discuss where excess phosphate comes from and why it can cause a problem.
This blog will look at what happens when nitrogen levels get too high in a watercourse and what can be done to combat the problem.