The BioPhosphate business project received a Seal of Excellence from the European Commission following evaluation by an international panel of independent experts in a highly competitive evaluation process.
The new website of the 3R-Biofarm upcycling centre launched on early October 2023. Please visit and our five thematic sites.
BioPhposphate fertiliser received a Solar Impulse efficient solution label on June 2023.
Turning food waste into sustainable soil improvers for better soil health and improved food systems. The EU funded Waste4Soil project started on June 1, 2023. Waste4Soil envisions the development of 10 technological and methodological solutions for recycling food processing residues from the food industry into local, biobased circular soil improvers for improved soil health. A user-driven standardised Evaluation Framework will support stakeholders from the food value chain, including waste managers, to assess their status towards food processing residues circularity and take action for recycling suitable waste streams into beneficial soil improvers. To ensure coinnovation and collaborative research, Waste4Soil will setup 7 Soil Health Living Labs across Europe, in Greece, Finland, Spain, Poland, Hungary, Italy and Slovenia, to study the valorisation of 8 types of food processing residues (i.e., meat, fish, dairy, cereals, olive oil, beverages (wine), fruits and vegetables, and processed food).
Plant nutrients are crucial for fertilizers, but the war in Ukraine is highlighting Europe's dependence on non-EU countries and the risk of a global food crisis. A circular approach is being tested to recover such key elements from wastewaters. And in so doing, also preventing pollution and promoting a new generation of sustainable bio-fertilizers. 

A short BioPhosphate video has been prepared for introducing BioPhosphate product for replacing improted Critical Raw Material phosphate rock with EU secondary source of phosphorus. Please check in BioPhosphate Video Gallery.

3R-BioPhosphate Ltd. and BioPhosphate product have been selected and will be presented in the RawMaterials Venture Forum 2022, May 23-24 Berlin. This event will focus on key technologies against the background of the EIT Raw Materials and Lighthouse programs.

The NUTRIMAN project is coming to its end, ready to present its interesting results! The final conference will take place as an online event on 16 September 2021, 09:00-17:00 CET.
This unique cluster and Nitrogen and Phosphorus recovery thematic network of several “ready for practice” and “close to market” status industrial projects focused on converting unexploited biomass into different types of bio-fertiliser and soil improver products, as well as bringing these innovative techniques into the market as full commercial applications.
The Interreg VA Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Program supports a joint project of the Slovak Technical University (STU) in Bratislava and the ELKH Natural Science Research Center (TTK) (Project ID: SKHU / 1902 / 4.1 / 001), which aims to improve inter-institutional cooperation. promoting cross-border joint action in support of the bioeconomy in the border region.
On March 26, 2019 in Torino (Grugliasco), Italy, the University of Torino – Agroinnova planted ABC-BioPhosphate nutrient supported persimmon tree from Nagasaki.
Terra Humana Ltd./Edward Someus will attend on the InvestEU Matchmaking 2019.
BIO-PHOSPHATE recovered organic fertilizer
H2020 NUTRIMAN - NUTRIent MANagement and Nutrient Recovery Thematic Network project started on 1st October 2018.
Bio-phosphate recovery for nutrient-dense and economical BIO-NPK-C supply for organic farming published on TPorganics (European Technology Platform for organic food and farming)
The high growth potential “3R” zero emission carbon refinery and bio-phosphate recovery has been selected for presentation.
REFERTIL has been selected by the Commission for the Food Village exhibition (Brussels 12-13.10.2016), a side event of the Food2030 Conference.
Terra Humana Ltd. has been selected as a Member of STRUBIAS expert group on recovery rules for fertilising products.
Mr. Edward Someus/Terra Humana Ltd. has been selected for member of the EIP-AGRI (run by the European Commission DG Agriculture and Rural Development) Nutrient Recycling Focus Group.