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Japanese companies find new ways to extract valuable commodity

TOKYO -- Worldwide demand for phosphorus is growing despite its limited supply, so Japanese companies such as Hitachi Zosen, are finding ways to recycle the valuable commodity from sewage and animal droppings for reuse in fertilizers and lithium-ion batteries, among other applications.

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