Chris Schott left Germany after finishing high school to start his chemical engineering studies in the Netherlands. His masters’ studies for a joint degree in water technology at Wageningen University, Twente University, and Groningen University got him enthusiastic about novel and sustainable resource recovery technologies. Chris currently works at Wetsus on a Ph.D. project in collaboration with Wageningen University. His research focuses on developing a technology for efficient and sustainable nutrient, especially phosphorus, recovery from animal manure during anaerobic digestion. The recovered phosphorus can be reused as fertilizer to save on mineral fertilizer.
MSc Water Technology, Wageningen University, University of Twente and University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2018
Environmental technology, resource recovery, biological treatment, anaerobic digestion, crystallization
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