Nutrients, including phosphorus and nitrogen, are an essential component to food production. Food production must be sustained for continued population growth and global geopolitical stability. Experts in the agriculture industry expect a shortage in global phosphate reserves. This underscores the importance - and the increasing demand - of recovered and reused phosphorus resources.
The United Nations estimates a continued global population increase through the year 2100. This drives a greater than ever demand for nutrients, water, and energy, and more conscientious carbon management.