Nutrient Recovery Facility to be unveiled Thursday

Updated Feb 20, 2013
Ostara board member Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (left) and Ostara CEO Phillip Abrary (right) with the first batches of Crystal Green fertilizer produced at this new facility in York, Pennsylvania.

The City of York and Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies will unveil their new Nutrient Recovery Facility at the York Wastewater Treatment Plant on Sept. 16.

The facility uses Ostara’s Pearl Nutrient Recovery Process to recover nutrients such as phosphorus and ammonia from the York WWTP’s wastewater stream to produce an environmentally friendly, slow release fertilizer, marketed as Crystal Green.

The opening ceremony will be at 11:30 a.m. at the York Wastewater Treatment Plant at 1701 Black Bridge Road, York, Pennsylvania, 17402. There will be tours of the facility and boxed lunches provided.

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