The LIFE RE-Fertilize Project, a partnership between several leading companies in Northern Europe and co-financed by the EU’s LIFE Programme, celebrated the grand opening of its pilot plant for an innovative new process that removes and recovers nitrogen from wastewater on Wednesday, 8 December.
The official ribbon cutting ceremony featured speeches by Mattias Frumerie from the Swedish Ministry of Environment and partnering companies in the project; EasyMining, BIOFOS, Lantmännen, and the environmental company Ragn-Sells.
“In order for the countries of the world to be able to live up to our commitments in the Paris Agreement, we must reduce our climate emissions by at least 45% by 2030. Solutions like this mean that Sweden in our global work with credibility can show that change is possible”, says Mattias Frumerie, head negotiator for the Swedish Ministry of Environment at the United Nations Climate Conference (COP).
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Ragn-Sells is a family owned corporate group, with operations in four countries. We started our journey in 1881, and since 1966 we have been involved in waste management, environmental services, and recycling. We collect, treat, detoxify, and recycle waste and residual products from businesses, organisations, and households so that they can become feedstock into new production processes. www.ragnsells.com