Recycled feed phosphate for pigs

In collaboration with Aarhus University and Danish feed company DLG, EasyMining is evaluating the digestibility of recycled feed phosphate in newly weaned pigs.

EasyMining's Ash2Phos process recovers pure calcium phosphate from ash derived from incinerated sewage sludge. This study aims to determine the phosphorus digestibility of Ash2Phos' recycled feed phosphate (RevoCaP) in piglets and compare it with common phosphorus sources like di-calcium phosphate and mono-calcium phosphate.

Demonstrating that Ash2Phos' feed phosphate is a sustainable alternative to mined phosphorus is crucial for potential EU approval of recycled feed phosphate as a sustainable feed ingredient.

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Press release  New study investigates recycled phosphate in animal feed