15 November 2022
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic & Online
15.30-15.40 Jiří Jaromír Klemeš, Brno University of Technology
Opening of the workshop
15.40-15.50 Marzena Smol, Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
Introduction to project ”How to stay alive in V4? Phosphorus Friends Club builds V4's resilience”
15.50-16.10 Julia Tanzer, Proman Management GmbH, Austria
Flows and secondary sources of Phosphorus in Austria
16.10-16.20 Jiří Jaromír Klemeš, Brno University of Technology
Secondary sources of Phosphorus in the Czech Republic
16.20-16.30 Zoltán Tóth, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (online)
Phosphorus recovery challenges and perspectives in Hungary
16.30-16.40 Sebastián Hreus, Technical University of Kosice (online)
Secondary sources of Phosphorus in Slovakia
16.40-16.50 Marzena Smol, Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Secondary sources of Phosphorus in Poland
16.50-17.30 Discussion and Conclusions
Inventory of phosphorus raw materials in V4
Workshop will include session presenting the results of the project's scientific research, i.e. a detailed inventory of P-rich waste in the V4 countries, with information on the region's phosphorus recovery potential and the possibility of reducing P import from external countries and thus ensuring food production in the V4. Future perspectives and possible development will be discussed. The analysis of the added value of P recovery in the period of pandemic or other threats of XXI century will be presented and discussed. The results of discussion will be the base of the publishing the scientific paper.
The workshop will be held as part of the 6th Sustainable Process Integration Laboratory (SPIL) Scientific Conference organized by Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno (Historical Capital and Statutory City in Moravia), Czech Republic.
Participation is free of charge. Workshop participants will receive a certificate confirming participation. Students (bachelor, master, PhD), researcher and experts, whose research topics focus on the environmental, economic, social, law scientific background are encouraging to participate. All the participants have to be registered. There is limited seats available for onsite participants and it is reserved for project partners and SPIL’22 conference participants.
Onsite Presentation: Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
Online participation: Zoom