Hospital collects urine separately

Accounting for 85 % of all nitrogen and 50 % of all phosphate content in household wastewater, urine is high in energy content. Various technologies can be used to extract urea, phosphate, nitrogen and potassium for all manner of applications. In addition, phosphate, nitrogen and potassium are the base ingredients for chemical fertiliser. A new system collects urine and faeces separately. Contribution to maintaining the cleanliness of the local river. The urine is collected separately, facilitating the removal of such environmentally harmful components as nitrogen, phosphate and medicine residues. An advantage of separate waste collection is that it helps to obviate minimise the need for substantial investments in large-scale wastewater treatment plants.

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