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  • Livestock manure provides mineral fertilizers and soil conditioners

    In regions with intensive livestock production, manure management is a problem. Nevertheless manure can become a valuable resource when its components are recovered as specific fertilizers and soil conditioners. For a year now a pilot plant for the processing of livestock manure – constructed under more

  • Quick clean-up: New process turns decades into hours for mining-water purification

    Cleaning up the water left over from mining operations can literally take generations - 25 to 50 years on average - leaving billions of gallons of the precious resource locked up and useless. Now, a University of Florida researcher has figured out how to trim that time dramatically - to just two to more

  • Clariant invests in chemicals manufacturing in Casablanca

    Clariant announced a significant investment to expand its plant in Casablanca, Morocco and increase its global footprint with the production of polymers and chemical blends for the African and Middle East mining industry. This new investment will also include the opening of a Clariant Mining Solutio more

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Course
15-09-2016
Minneapolis/St. Paul, US

Nutrients and Nutrient Analysis

The class will give an overview of the important of nutrient monitoring and removal in water and wastewater. Nitrogen compounds (ammonia, nitrate, total nitrogen), phosphate and total phosphorous will be analyzed via laboratory analysis, field methods, and process analyzers. We will also examine the

Course
29-09-2016
Nashville, US

Nutrients and Nutrient Analysis

The class will give an overview of the important of nutrient monitoring and removal in water and wastewater. Nitrogen compounds (ammonia, nitrate, total nitrogen), phosphate and total phosphorous will be analyzed via laboratory analysis, field methods, and process analyzers. We will also examine the

Course
20-10-2016
Little Rock, US

Nutrients and Nutrient Analysis

The class will give an overview of the important of nutrient monitoring and removal in water and wastewater. Nitrogen compounds (ammonia, nitrate, total nitrogen), phosphate and total phosphorous will be analyzed via laboratory analysis, field methods, and process analyzers. We will also examine the

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  • The Australian Phosphate Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

    Australia accounted for XX% of the global phosphate rock production in 2010 and XX% of the global phosphate rock reserves. China was the largest phosphate rock producer in the world in 2010, with a production of XX million tons, while Morocco and Western Sahara accounted for the largest phosphate ro more

  • Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in Western Europe

    Introduction Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in Western Europe industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume 2006-10, and forecast to 2015). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including ke more

  • Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in the United Kingdom

    Introduction Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in the United Kingdom industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value and volume 2006-10, and forecast to 2015). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players includin more

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Phosphate

Phosphate A phosphate, in inorganic chemistry , is a salt of phosphoric acid . In organic chemistry , a phosphate, or organophosphate , is an ester of phosphoric acid. Phosphates are important in biochemistry and biogeochemistry . Chemical ... more

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