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Biorefinery of Inorganics

Recovering Mineral Nutrients from Biomass and Organic Waste

Meers, Erik / Velthof, Gerard / Michels, Evi / Rietra, Rene (Herausgeber)

Wiley Series in Renewable Resources

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1. Auflage Mai 2020
472 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-118-92145-6
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Provides complete coverage of the recovery of mineral nutrients from biomass and organic waste

This book presents a comprehensive overview of the potential for mineral recovery from wastes, addressing technological issues as well as economic, ecological, and agronomic full-scale field assessments. It serves as a complete reference work for experts in the field and provides teaching material for future experts specializing in environmental technology sectors.

Biorefinery of Inorganics: Recovering Mineral Nutrients from Biomass and Organic Waste starts by explaining the concept of using anaerobic digestion as a biorefinery for production of an energy carrier in addition to mineral secondary resources. It then discusses the current state of mineral fertilizer use throughout the world, offering readers a complete look at the resource availability and energy intensity. Technical aspects of mineral recovery organic (waste-)streams is discussed next, followed by an examination of the economics of biobased products and their mineral counterparts. The book also covers the environmental impact assessment of the production and use of bio-based fertilizers; modelling and optimization of nutrient recovery from wastes; and more.
* Discusses global production and consumption of mineral fertilizers
* Introduces technologies for the recovery of mineral NPK from organic wastes and residues
* Covers chemical characterization and speciation of refined secondary resources, and shows readers how to assess biobased mineral resources
* Discusses applications of recovered minerals in the inorganic chemistry sector
* Compares the economics of biobased products with current fossil-based counterparts
* Offers an ecological assessment of introducing biobased products in the current fertilizer industry
* Edited by leading experts in the field
Biorefinery of Inorganics: Recovering Mineral Nutrients from Biomass and Organic Waste is an ideal book for scientists, environmental engineers, and end-users in the agro-industry, the waste industry, water and wastewater treatment, and agriculture. It will also be of great benefit to policy makers and regulators working in these fields.

Preface

Section I Global nutrient flows and cycling in food systems

Section II The role of policy frameworks in the transition towards nutrient recycling

Chapter 2.1: Towards a framework that stimulates mineral recovery in Europe

Chapter 2.2: Livestock Nutrient Management Policy Framework in the United States

Chapter 2.3: Biomass Nutrient Management in China: The Impact of Rapid Growth and Energy Demand

Chapter 2.4: Nutrient Cycling in Agriculture in China

Section III State of the art and emerging technologies in nutrient recovery from organic residues

Chapter 3.1. Manure as a resource for energy and nutrients

Chapter 3.2: Municipal wastewater as a source for phosphorus

Chapter 3.3: Ammonia stripping and scrubbing for mineral nitrogen recovery

Section IV Inspiring cases in nutrient recovery processes

Chapter 4.1: Struvite Recovery from Domestic Wastewater

Chapter 4.2: Mineral concentrates from membrane filtration

Chapter 4.3: Pyrolysis of agro-digestate: nutrient distribution

Chapter 4.4: Agronomic effectivity of hydrated poultry litter ash

Chapter 4.5: Bioregenerative nutrient recovery from human urine

Chapter 4.6: Pilot scale comparison on phosphorus recovery from municipal wastewater

Section V Agricultural and environmental performance of biobased fertilizer substitutes; overview of field assessments

Chapter 5.1: Fertilizer replacement value; linking organic residues to mineral fertilizers

Chapter 5.2: Anaerobic digestion and renewable fertilizers: case studies in northern Italy

Chapter 5.3: Nutrients and plant hormones in Anaerobic Digestates: Characterization and Land Application

Chapter 5.4: Enhancing nutrient use and recovery from sewage sludge to meet crop requirements

Chapter 5.5: Application of mineral concentrates from processed manure

Chapter 5.6: Liquid fraction of digestate and air scrubber water as sources for mineral N

Chapter 5.7: Effects of biochar produced from waste on soil quality

Chapter 5.8: Agronomic Effect of Combined Application of Biochar and Nitrogen Fertilizer: A Field Trial

Section VI The economics of biobased products in comparison to current fossil based counterparts

Section VII Environmental impact assessment on the production and use of biobased mineral fertilizers

Chapter 7.1: Environmental impact assessment of the production and use of bio-based fertilizers

Chapter 7.2: Case study example: Acidification of pig slurry

Chapter 7.3: Case study: Composting and Drying & Pelletizing of biogas digestate

Section VIII Modelling and optimization of nutrient recovery from wastes: advances and limitations

Chapter 8.1: Mass flow modelling of in process pathways

Chapter 8.2: Soil dynamic models - predicting behaviour of fertilizers in the soil

Epilogue
Editors

Erik Meers, Department of Green Chemistry & Technology, Ghent University, Belgium
Gerard Velthof, Wageningen Environmental Research, The Netherlands
Evi Michels, Department of Green Chemistry & Technology, Ghent University, Belgium
René Rietra, Wageningen Environmental Research, The Netherlands

Series Editor

Christian Stevens, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium