Evaluation of an odour abatement system by means osmogenic barrier

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imagen jorgevicente   The objective of this paper is to describe and evaluate the project of odour impact reduction by means the design, erection and start up of a osmogenic barrier through a spray system of specific products, in waste mechanical and biological treatment plant.

   These products have hydrophobic groups, which have long hydrocarbons chains. This structure allows the formation of big molecular aggregates named micelles. This micelles prevent than malodorous molecules (osmogenic molecules) can be detected by the human sense and despite they are still present in the air, they don’t smell anymore.

 

J. Vicente Alfanjarín

Director Técnico DEPLAN, S.L. ()

Advanced Methods and Nanotechnology for the efficient Treatment of Odors in Industrial Processes and Wastewater Treatment

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imagen mercedescalzada2   The objective of this research has been to develop advanced odor treatment techniques, from the existing conventional ones and to provide more efficient solutions in those industrial processes that by their location or characteristics need greater efficiencies.

   The experience has been developed at the Helados Alacant Factory and its EDARi. The technologies studied were: Bioscrubber, Nanoparticles of Zerovalent Iron and Photoreactors.

 

M. Calzada 1*, E. Campos 1, D. Zarzo 1, P. Terrero 1, E. Ortiz 2, J.A. Garcia 3, B. Calderón 3, A. Fullana 3 and D. Prats 3

1 VALORIZA AGUA. Molina de Segura, 8. 30007. Murcia.
2 KHAlacant Innova. Carretera de Alicante, Km 4. 03690. San Vicente del Raspeig, Spain
3 Instituto del Agua y de las Ciencias Medioambientales. Universidad de Alicante. San Vicente del Raspeig. 03690. Alicante, Spain
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The new WEF Air Quality & Odor Control Benchmarking Survey

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WEF Odor survey   The Water Environmental Federation (WEF) Air Quality & Odor Control Committee has developed a survey to benchmark industry efforts related to odor control and odor management. The results of this survey will be useful for utilities to know how their organization's activities compare to what others are doing. In addition, the results will also be useful for consultants, manufacturers, and researchers to understand gaps and needs.

   The Air Quality & Odor Control Committee is a very active team of the WEF that counts on around 60 members these days. The Air Quality & Odor Control Committee develops, recommends, and conducts programs to promote general improvement in reducing odor emissions impacts related to water quality, biosolids handling, treatment and disposal, and wastewater treatment and collection.The chair of the Committee is hold by Ms. Carla Dillon, from the planning division of the Orange County Sanitation District. Ms Dillon is a very well known person that has been working in the field of odor management for many years.   

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