Complete eTextbook Content:
Section I Global Nutrient Flows and Cycling in Food Systems
1 Global Nutrient Flows and Cycling in Food Systems
Section II The Role of Policy Frameworks in the Transition Toward Nutrient Recycling
2.1 Toward a Framework that Stimulates Mineral Recovery in Europe
2.2 Livestock Nutrient Management Policy Framework in the United States
2.3 Biomass Nutrient Management in China: The Impact of Rapid Growth and Energy Demand
2.4 Nutrient Cycling in Agriculture in China
Section III State of the Art and Emerging Technologies in Nutrient Recovery from Organic Residues
3.1 Manure as a Resource for Energy and Nutrients
3.2 Municipal Wastewater as a Source for Phosphorus
3.3 Ammonia Stripping and Scrubbing for Mineral Nitrogen Recovery
Section IV Inspiring Cases in Nutrient Recovery Processes
4.1 Struvite Recovery from Domestic Wastewater
4.2 Mineral Concentrates from Membrane Filtration
4.3 Pyrolysis of Agro-Digestate: Nutrient Distribution
4.4 Agronomic Effectivity of Hydrated Poultry Litter Ash
4.5 Bioregenerative Nutrient Recovery from Human Urine: Closing the Loop in Turning Waste intoWealth
4.6 Pilot-Scale Investigations on Phosphorus Recovery from Municipal Wastewater
Section V Agricultural and Environmental Performance of Biobased Fertilizer Substitutes: Overview of Field Assessments
5.1 Fertilizer Replacement Value: Linking Organic Residues to Mineral Fertilizers
5.2 Anaerobic Digestion and Renewable Fertilizers: Case Studies in Northern Italy
5.3 Nutrients and Plant Hormones in Anaerobic Digestates: Characterization and Land Application
5.4 Enhancing Nutrient Use and Recovery from Sewage Sludge to Meet Crop Requirements
5.5 Application of Mineral Concentrates from Processed Manure
5.6 Liquid Fraction of Digestate and Air Scrubber Water as Sources for Mineral N
5.7 Effects of Biochar Produced from Waste on Soil Quality
5.8 Agronomic Effect of Combined Application of Biochar and Nitrogen Fertilizer: A Field Trial
Section VI Economics of Biobased Products and Their Mineral Counterparts
6.1 Economics of Biobased Products and Their Mineral Counterparts
Section VII Environmental Impact Assessment on the Production and Use of Biobased Fertilizers
7.1 Environmental Impact Assessment on the Production and Use of Biobased Fertilizers
7.2 Case Study: Acidification of Pig Slurry
7.3 Case Study: Composting and Drying & Pelletizing of Biogas Digestate
Section VIII Modeling and Optimization of Nutrient Recovery from Wastes: Advances and Limitations
8.1 Modeling and Optimization of Nutrient Recovery from Wastes: Advances and Limitations
8.2 Soil Dynamic Models: Predicting the Behavior of Fertilizers in the Soil
Name: Biorefinery of Inorganics: Recovering Mineral Nutrients from Biomass and Organic Waste
Author: Erik Meers, Gerard Velthof, Evi Michels, Rene Rietra, Christian V. Stevens
Series: Wiley Series in Renewable Resource
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