Together with Ragn-Sells, EasyMining have been named as one of nine finalists for the 2023 Curt Bergfors Food Planet Prize. Like in 2022, the selection jury recognises our technologies for recycling key fertiliser nutrients from waste. The eventual winner of the world's largest environmental prize will be announced on June 9 and receive a prize sum of 2 million US dollars.
– Today's sourcing of these three nutrients is deeply problematic. Every year, its impact on climate change, pollution, and geopolitical issues grows. With our methods, we aim to contribute to a comprehensive reform of the entire global food system, said Anna Lundbom, Chief Marketing Officer at Ragn-Sells’ innovation company EasyMining, which has developed the technologies.
Read Ragn-Sells press release from 22 May - https://newsroom.ragnsells.com/posts/pressreleases/ragn-sells-named-finalist-for-worlds-largest
EasyMining is an innovation company dedicated to closing nutrient cycles. We are owned by the Swedish environmental company Ragn-Sells. Our objective is to create new circular material flows in an efficient commercial way. We do this by inventing and implementing new technology that uses chemical solutions to recycle important materials. www.easymining.com