Odor Emission Abatement in Environmental Treatment and Valorisation Infrastructures Located in Highly Vulnerable Areas Trough Deodorization Advanced Systems

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 Many Environmental Treatment and Valorisation Plants (ITVAs), as wastewater treatment plants, composting plants, biomethanisation plants,... and other often generate odoriferous emissions which if not treated

S. Nadal1, *, M. Latorre1 y A. Bomboí1
1 Sistemas y Tecnologías Ambientales S.A. * Silvia Nadal:

Keywords: Advanced Biological Filters, Biofiltration, Thermal Oxidation, Non Thermal Plasma, Supplementary Pneumatical Propulsion

 sesion4 nadal02Abstract

   Many Environmental Treatment and Valorisation Plants (ITVAs), as wastewater treatment plants, composting plants, biomethanisation plants,... and other often generate odoriferous emissions which if not treated properly can actually cause serious nuisance to neighbors.

Bioprocesses for the removal of volatile pollutants: present state of knowledge and future perspectives

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Different alternatives exist for the removal of odours and other volatile compounds from waste gases. On one side, non-biological processes can be used (mainly absorption, adsorption, and oxidation processes)

C. Kennes, H.N. Abubackar y M.C. Veiga
 La Coruña (UDC) University, Campus da Zapateira – Ingeniería Química, Rua da Fraga 10, E – 15008 – La Coruña, España. Tel.: 34-981-167000; Fax.: 34-981-167065; Kennes_at_ udc.es

Keywords: Bioreactor, biofilter, bioscrubber, trickling filter, odours, air diffusion bioreactor.

sesion4 kennes02Abstract

Different alternatives exist for the removal of odours and other volatile compounds from waste gases. On one side, non-biological processes can be used (mainly absorption, adsorption, and oxidation processes) and, on the other side, bioprocesses can be used.

The present study focuses on biological processes and presents the most important characteristics of the main technologies available on the market for the treatment of odours and the removal of volatiles pollutants from waste gases.

Alternative selection in odour treatment technologies: sustainability and economical sensitivity

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Selection criteria for odour abatement technologies have been traditionally economic and based on the flow rate to be treated, odour concentration (or of a certain surrogate such as H2S) and removal efficiency. However, nowadays social and environmental aspects are starting to gain importance

J. M. Estrada1, B. Kraakman2,3, G. Quijano1, R. Lebrero1, R. Muñoz1
1 Valladolid University, Department of Chemical Engineering and Environment Technology
2 CH2M HILL Australia
3 Delft University of Technology, Department of Biotechnology

Keywords: adsorption, biofiltration, chemical scrubber, environmental impact, odour abatement, operating costs.

 

sesion4 estrada01Abstract

Selection criteria for odour abatement technologies have been traditionally economic and based on the flow rate to be treated, odour concentration (or of a certain surrogate such as H2S) and removal efficiency. However, nowadays social and environmental aspects are starting to gain importance.

Odour abatement systems are designed to operate over long periods of time (20-30 years) and under dynamic scenarios and conditions. Therefore, an economic analysis of sensitivity of the operating costs towards different design and operational parameters is crucial.

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