Urea stabilisation and dehydration for urine-diverting toilets

@inproceedings{Senecal2017UreaSA,
  title={Urea stabilisation and dehydration for urine-diverting toilets},
  author={Jenna Senecal},
  year={2017}
}
Over four billion people are discharging untreated human excreta into the environment without any prior treatment, causing eutrophication and spreading disease. This eutrophication is caused by nutrients found predominantly in urine. If managed adequately, urine can be used as a fertiliser because it contains the same plant nutrients as the fertilisers used to produce the food that people eat. Currently to replace the nutrients removed from fields during harvesting, more fertilisers are being… CONTINUE READING

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