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      Obtaining of granular fertilizers based on ashes from combustion of waste residues and ground bones using phosphorous solubilization by bacteria Bacillus megaterium.

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          The article presents research results on obtaining phosphorus granulated fertilizers on the basis of microbiologically activated sewage sludge ashes, ground bones and dried blood from meat industry. Granulation tests were carried out using a laboratory pan granulator as well as on an experimental pilot plant. The aim of the studies was to select the proper composition of the mixture of raw materials and binding agents to obtain granulated fertilizers from waste materials such as MSSA and MBM and bacteria lyophilisate. Obtained fertilizer samples were subjected to physical tests (granulation tests etc.) and quality assessment. The tests confirmed that it was possible to produce granulated phosphate fertilizers using the Bacillus megaterium for solubilization of phosphorus in a simple process.

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          Journal
          J. Environ. Manage.
          Journal of environmental management
          Elsevier BV
          1095-8630
          0301-4797
          May 10 2017
          Affiliations
          [1 ] New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Fertilizer Department, Al. 1000-lecia Państwa Polskiego 13a, 24-110 Puławy, Poland. Electronic address: maciej.rolewicz@ins.pulawy.pl.
          [2 ] New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Fertilizer Department, Al. 1000-lecia Państwa Polskiego 13a, 24-110 Puławy, Poland.
          Article
          S0301-4797(17)30463-2
          10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.05.004
          28501335

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