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  • Wastewater Odor Treatment (.pdf)
    A number of sources in the wastewater treatment process such as the headworks, aeration tanks, settling tanks and dewatering press can produce high-intensity odors from gaseous sulfide emissions. The most common sulfides are hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and methyl mercaptan.
  • Waste Water Treatment Methods
    an EPA report. Once you have read and understood this paper you should have the basic information necessary to make sales calls on your regions water treatment plants. The wastewater industry has many needs for gas detection. Although not all plants have the same processes, they still need to detect
  • Improving Wastewater Treatment With Air Flow Instrumentation
    In wastewater treatment plants, a variety of processes are employed to eliminate organic pollutants from water to ensure its safety and release for future uses. One of the most common processes is the activated sludge method, which biologically treats the wastewater through the use of large
  • Measuring Methane-Based Digester Gas Flow In Wastewater Treatment Plants
    Process and plant engineers at municipal wastewater treatment facilities need to measure, monitor and dispose of methane (CH. 4) and other digester gases that occur naturally in their operations. These digester gases pose plant safety concerns, odor issues for surrounding communities
  • 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
  • Warendorf wastewater treatment plant benefits from PLC programming water process library
    A German wastewater facility upgrading its facility needed consistent process optimization and high plant availability, all at a cost-effective price.
  • Wastewater Neutralization Process Using the Sievers InnovOx TOC Analyzer
    Industrial wastewater is a result of manufacturing,. agricultural, environmental, and research activities. Managing the treatment and discharge of industrial. effluents is a critical process that ensures compliance. with regulatory ordinances, upholds public health. and safety, and guarantees
  • Waste Water Treatment
    During the past number of years, wastewater treatment has become sophisticated, employing various efficient treatment strategies, which require advanced instrumentation to monitor & control such processes as Nitrification/Denitrification, Phosphate removal, Alkalinity, Sludge Treatment

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