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  • Odor Control Systems (.pdf)
    Odor control is a key concern both in industrial manufacturing operations and municipal water and wastewater treatment. This article describes equipment and applications for a variety of odor control products that Monroe designs and manufactures.
  • Meat Processing Odor Control
    For its first two years of production, a food manufacturer based in South Wales, England, focused its production on potatoes. Neighborhood residents voiced no complaints about odors during this time period.
  • Use of Chlorine Dioxide Improves Taste and Odor and Controls THMs
    This municipality disinfects between 12 and 36 million gallons per day of drinking water. The plant experienced taste and odor complaints at a rate of well over 100 per day. Chlorine gas was used as the primary disinfectant for the raw surface water entering the plant. Free chlorine is known
  • Successful Implementation of an Odor Control Program on a Large Scale
    A Southeastern U.S. municipality treats over 100 million gallons per day of municipal and industrial wastewater at several facilities throughout its collection system. Countless complaints were made by local residents about wastewater odors. A The city's collection system was also corroding due to
  • Dilution for Odor Control: Mixing Exhaust Stream With Fresh Air May be Enough to Eliminate an Odor Problem
    In the past, communities have been tolerant about the odors associated with chemical process industries (CPI) activities. An odor from a plant or oil refinery was referred to as "the smell of money," and it was accepted because of jobs and other economic benefits. And, communities accepted
  • PTMD Scrubber Improves Odor Control at Vancouver Island Wastewater Treatment Plant
    The French Creek Pollution Control Centre treats wastewater from the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Originally, the plant used the extended aeration process with aerobic sludge digestion for wastewater treatment. From 1995 to 1997
  • Managing Emergency Diesel Generator Exhaust for Re-Entrainment Prevention, Air Pollution Abatement and Odor Control
    Emergency diesel generators are necessary evils at all hospitals. No one likes to have them around, but they must be available to provide immediate backup electrical power in case of sudden power failure. Diesel/electric generators must also meet critical performance requirements, but they can also
    With increased concern for clean air, many wastewater treatment plants are adding scrubber systems at their facilities to. help control odor emissions from Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S). Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, poisonous, flammable gas, known. for its foul odor of rotten eggs, often the result

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