Dynamic olfactometry studies, based EN 13725 standard, have become the main tool for the assessment and control of odour emission from odorous processes. Neutralization has been widely used in many plants to try to decrease this impact.
In the present study, different oxidizing agents for odour abatement were applied in a wastewater plant from an industrial process. Dynamic olfactometry have been used to assess the odour efficiency abatement rate of these agents.
M.A. Cid 1, J.V. Martínez 1, A. Segura 1, R. Cerdá 1*, V. Bescós 2, L.C. Gutiérrez 2
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Citation: M.A. Cid, J.V. Martínez, A. Segura, R. Cerdá, V. Bescós, L.C. Gutiérrez , 2019, Study of efficiency of neutralization of odour of process waters with THT, OLORES19 Conference, Santiago, Chile, www.olores.org.
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Keyword: EN 13725, olfactometry
Dynamic olfactometry studies, based EN-13725 standard, have become the main tool for the assessment and control of odour sources from installations with very varied processes.
In the present study, the application of this methodology has been approached from a different point of view, using it as a tool to evaluate the odour neutralization efficiency coming from a wastewater for an industrial process through the application of different oxidizing agents.
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