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Namedr. IC Regelink
FirstnameInge
Emailinge.regelink@wur.nl

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DescriptionProjectleader and co-coordinator H2020-SYSTEMIC
OrganizationWageningen Environmental Research
Organization UnitSustainable Soil Use
Phone+31 6 10327583
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Secretarial phone+31 317 481 618
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Visiting addressDroevendaalsesteeg 3
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room101/C213
Postal addressPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
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    Dec 2017 - Present


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Green Mineral Mining Centre. At Wageningen Environmental Research, I work on projects focussing on the closure of nutrient cycles and reuse of nitrogen and phosphorus from animal manure and sewage sludge. We have developed a technological concept (RePeat) for the recovery of phosphorus from digestate and we work on product quality and business case development.


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Valorisation of humic acids and iron sludge from drinking water production

Long-term effects of phosphorus fertilization of soil fertility 

In order to reduce the leaching of P from agricultural soils to ground- and surfacewaters, the Netherlands have implemented regulations including P-limits reducing the amount of P applied on agricultural land. The P limits are based on equilibrium fertilization meaning that the maximum amount of P fertilization has been set equal to the P uptake by the crop. In long-term field trials, WUR studies whether equilibrium fertilization has any detoriating effects on soil fertility or crop production. The results are used to determine the amount of extra P fertilization needed to maintain soil fertility at an adaquate status and to determine the effectiveness of the implemented P limits in reducing P leaching from soil to groundwater. This project is financed by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.

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