Odor Elimination by Regenerative Thermal Oxidation. Success Case Study in the Rendering Sector

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sesion05 coehlo01   The rendering sector that transforms the animal by-products into grease and protein flour is one of most problematic industry due to the odors generated by the activity process. For this reason, most of the plants are located in isolated areas far from population and even far from other industries. In this Case Study, the location very near a urban area, required the implementation of a solution.

R. Coelho 1* , M. Hänel 2  and G. Lacarra 3

1. Carpe Ambiente Ltda, Portugal,  
2. KBA MetalPrint, Alemania,
3. Delegación de Carpe Ambiente en España

Successful Case Review Odor Control in a Company Dedicated to Rendering in Colombia, Implementing a Plan for Reducing Odour Impact Studies Supported with Olfactometry.

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sesion07 gomez06   Ospina Grasas y Pieles Ltda, dedicated to the use of by-products of cattle farm near Medellin Colombia, has been impacting for the last 30 years the surrounding communities due to offensive odors. According to preventive measures imposed by the Metropolitan Area of the Aburrá Valley, environmental authority responsible for verifying compliance with environmental standards in the area, the plant closure was ordered.

C. Gómez2, L.P. Magin1, J. Quintero1

1Calle 52N # 2GN-37 Barrio la Merced, Cali Colombia.

2Calle 46 #78-523 Copacabana Antioquia, Colombia. .

Industry and Society. Adaptation of the industrial activity to the new demands of society. WWTP Galindo.

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sesion07 lopez02    The industrial activity of waste water treatment plants (WWTPs) can be potentially odorous, causing important nuisances to the population living in the surroundings. Modern facilities are designed in order to avoid these problems, considering, for example, enclosed sources.

Asier López*, J. M. Juarez-Galan**, Rubén Cerdá** y A. Amo**

*Consorcio de Aguas de Bilbao-Bizkaia (CABB). C/San Vicente 8, 48001 Bilbao.

**Aqualogy Medio Ambiente. C/Dracma 16-18. Polígono Industrial Las Atalayas. 03114 Alicante.

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