Phosphorus from London’s waste to nourish golf greens

An ingredient used for fertilizer worldwide is to be extracted from London’s sewage.
From its plant in Slough, Berkshire, Thames Water is to start extracting phosphorus from the city’s waste before turning it into premium fertiliser. Peter Melchett of the Soil Association said: “For more than 50 years we have mined phosphate, but supplies are running out. This initiative is a significant step in the right direction.

BBC News

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