ODOR CONTROL ARTICLES

Pima County, Ariz., makes second equipment order for 2-phase municipal odor control project

Pima County, Arizona, has placed a second order with Met-Pro Corp. for a two-phase project aimed at odor control.

Products and Services: Odor Control

Bionomic Industries has announced the availability of its new VentClean System for scrubbing storage tank vent emissions caused by tank breathing and filling operations.

New Products

Eurotherm Chessell has announced the availability of its new three channel analog input module for the IOS 2500 Controller. The A13 module sources individually isolated loop power for two wire tran...

Sludge application suspended in Virginia town

A company that supplies a controversial free fertilizer to farmers has agreed to suspend its operations in Bedford County while the county's Board of Supervisors decides whether to ban or regulate ...

Biofilter Helps Resolve Odor Complaints

The Hillsborough County Water Department's South County Regional Wastewater treatment facility in Sun City, Fla., began an expansion designed to increase its treatment capacity from 3.0 MGD to 4.5 ...

Combined Chemical Treatment Combats Odors

To tackle odor issues caused by conditions in an 8-mile wastewater force main in a sensitive suburban environment, the City of Rock Hill, S.C., and BetzDearborn implemented a chemical treatment pro...

Pelletizing Facility Yields up to 100 Tons per Day

The city of Baltimore contracted with Wheelabrator Water Technologies Inc. in 1995 to design, construct and operate a biosolids heat drying facility at the 70 mgd Patapsco Wastewater Treatment Plan...

New System Solves Septage Odor Problems

Breckenridge, Colo., is one of the premier tourist destinations in the United States. However, after the installation of a septic/camper dumping station at the wastewater plant, tourism was threate...

Recent Innovations May Change Odor Control

Municipal treatment professionals realize that removing wastewater odors most often means removing hydrogen sulfide (H2S). The three traditional “collect and treat” technologies for doing...

Ionization Tubes Used to Control Odors at the Source

Two treatment facilities have conducted tests on a new odor control technology that uses ionization to oxidize odors at their source, which could reduce the need for equipment to collect and treat ...

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