The European Union is largely dependent on imports of white phosphorus (P4), a strategic raw material for the food and pharmaceutical industries. To tackle this challenge, the four-year EU-funded project FlashPhos – led by the University of Stuttgart – will recover at a large scale high-quality white phosphorus and other raw materials using sewage sludge as input material. These raw materials have strategic applications for the European chemical, metal, and cement industry.

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📢 Today, the first @FlashPhos Review Meeting took place remotely. All 17 project partners participated in the meeting & shared with the Project Officer from the #EC & an external expert the project activities that have been carried out over the first 18 project months.

📌 In @FlashPhos, Buss-SMS-Canzler-GmbH constructs the pilot dryer, also called dryer-grinder. From this pilot dryer, fine and dry #sewagesludge will be delivered for #pilotplant tests of the #FlashPhos process 👉 http://bit.ly/3CL7Ff7

👥Meet #FlashPhos partner Buss-SMS-Canzler GmbH, number 1 in thin film evaporation technology and global leader in drying and high viscosity technology👉 http://bit.ly/3CL7Ff7. SMS has comprehensive experience and knowledge in operating #pilotplants and in #sewagesludge drying.

♻️ Led by @Uni_Stuttgart, #EUProject #FlashPhos aims to close gaps in the #circulareconomy, returning all output mass & energy flows to the industrial cycle, thus contributing to #resourceefficiency, #energysavings & #wastereduction.

Find out more: 💻 http://flashphos-project.eu

Public consultation open to 25th November towards a future EU Regulation on Critical Raw Materials (CRMs). At this stage, the consultation concerns an outline roadmap, with a general questionnaire on policies and priorities. Read more: https://phosphorusplatform.eu/scope-in-print/enews/2241-espp-enews-no-71-november-2022#_Toc118360960

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