Transitioning to sustainable sanitation through transdisciplinary inquiry - A case study of trialling urine diversion in urban Sydney, Australia.

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Availability of phosphorus underpins global food security and, with rapidly declining resources of mineral phosphate deposits, there is a critical need to identify alternative sources of phosphorus for global food production. Urine is a potential source of phosphorus, yet to capture, value, and reuse urine requires a transformation in how we think about sewage in multiple dimensions - the technologies, regulations, business models, and behaviours. The UTS Sustainable Sanitation project involved piloting urine diversion (UD) systems in an institutional setting to determine the viability of UD to recover and reuse urine in an urban environment.

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