Rosanna Kleemann

Rosanna Kleemann
University College Dublin | UCD · School of Biosystems Engineering

Engineering Doctorate

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March 2019 - present
University College Dublin
Position
  • PostDoc Position
September 2011 - April 2016
University of Surrey
Position
  • Engineer

Publications

Publications (8)
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P recovery from wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) as struvite fertiliser is a recognised method of improving P use efficiency and reducing P losses into the environment. The main driver for P recovery from the water industry viewpoint is the reduction in the nuisance of struvite clogging inside pumps and pipes. Struvite recovery leads to an avera...
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From 2022, the European Union Waste Framework Directive (WFD) requires member states to report annual food waste from each food supply chain stage. Comprehensive food losses and waste (FLW) data can be challenging to obtain for the primary production stage, i.e., farming and fishing. However, this information is vital in developing FLW mitigation a...
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This research compares and contrasts the physical and chemical characteristics of incinerator sewage sludge ash (ISSA) and pyrolysis sewage sludge char (PSSC) for the purposes of recovering phosphorus as a P-rich fertiliser. Interest in P recovery from PSSC is likely to increase as pyrolysis is becoming viewed as a more economical method of sewage...
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We live in a global phosphorus (P) system paradox. P access is becoming increasingly limiting, leading to food insecurity but at the same time an over-application or abundance of P in many agricultural and urban settings is causing environmental degradation. This has been recognised in the academic literature and at regulatory levels, but swift act...

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ABC Economy develops new sustainable value chains for the circular bioeconomy in Ireland by maximising value and minimising environmental impacts through cascading of biomass for production of biobased products and energy. The projects aim is to engage with stakeholders in two Irish counties (Monaghan and Tipperary) to identify and quantify wastes created as a result of their usual food production processes. Upon quantifying wastes the project will then suggest suitable technologies to valorise these wastes.