Last week, on 7 September, Ragn-Sells innovation company EasyMining and Danish wastewater utility BIOFOS inaugurated the pilot plant for EasyMining’s nitrogen removal and recovery process at Denmark’s largest wastewater treatment plant.
At the end of 2021, the same pilot plant was inaugurated at Ragn-Sells facilities at Högbytorp outside Stockholm and has since then completed testing and been moved to BIOFOS’ Lynetten site to continue the testing during the autumn of 2022.
- One of the strengths of the project is that we have actors from different parts of the value chain, which is a prerequisite for achieving the circular solution, says Anna Lundbom, Marketing and Product Sales Manager at EasyMining.
The pilot plant is built within the LIFE RE-Fertilize project, a partnership between BIOFOS, Lantmännen, Ragn-Sells and EasyMining and co-financed by EU’s LIFE Programme.
Read EasyMining’s press release from 8 September “Pilot plant for nitrogen recovery from wastewater inaugurated”
The environmental company Ragn-Sells converts waste into raw materials that can be be used over and over again. Ragn-Sells drives the transition to a circular economy through solutions that reduce its own and other actors' environmental and climate impact. Ragn-Sells wants to be living proof that caring for the earth and business go hand in hand. Ragn-Sells is a family owned corporate group founded in 1881. The company operates in five countries and employs 2,500 persons. In 2021, Ragn-Sells’ turnover was SEK 7.6 billion. www.ragnsells.com