Interface Spotlight on Electrochemical Phosphorus Precipitation

Spotlight on Kody D. Wolfe, Ardavan Zanganeh, Richard N. Arthur, Jason P. Trembly, and Damilola A. Daramola for their article, “Considerations for Electrochemical Phosphorus Precipitation: A Figures of Merit Approach.” Electrochemical phosphorus precipitation (EPP) from wastewater is a promising emerging technology for recovering valuable nutrients. While there are significant advantages of EPP compared to traditional phosphorus recovery, large gaps in reported performance exist between EPP and industrial methods. Consult the current issue of ECS Interface to learn what the authors believe is the key to closing these gaps.

ECS Interface’s summer issue celebrates the 80th anniversary of the ECS Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division. The journal’s articles point to a grand future for the application of electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering in solving societal and industrial problems.


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