Odour emission measurement helps to identify potential sources of odour emissions and to understand their magnitude and characteristics, which is an important first step in defining the extent of any odour problem.
Rusmar lowers your risks, protects your workers and improves your profit where it counts - at the remediation site. We do this by providing you the most effective emission control technology, highly engineered and field proven application equipment and world class technical service.
Our experts can help you assess your plant capacity and offer novel solutions to help you upgrade—often without major capital expense. Our variable pricing structure allows you to install upgrades when you need them, without having to pay for them when you don't need increased capacity.
While evaluating the effects of an odour control system the remaining emission to atmosphere should be introduced in an atmospheric dispersion modelling analysis. Pure air solutions can perform such modelling using e.g. the US EPA ISC3 series of software packages which are fully approved by licensing authorities. Meteorological data which is valid ...
Odor, air quality, weather and climatology are intimately inter-related domains. Our experts study and analyze the results of the diagnosis in terms of various criteria and parameters. Ultimately, you will receive a study that meets your needs.
Of all air quality issues, odour is one of the most contentious and can result in complaints leading to legal action and the installation of costly pollution control systems. The Ministry of Environment takes odour complaints very seriously, resulting in many industrial sectors having to evaluate odour impacts as part of their permitting process.
ORTECH has provided material testing services for over 40 years to our clients in Ontario, other Provinces, the United States and occasionally in other countries. Our services include the direct analysis of materials for a variety of chemical and physical components as well the collection of off-gas samples from the materials followed by analysis ...
An odor is defined as a sensation resulting from the reception of a stimulus by the olfactory sensory system. Controlling odors is an important consideration for protecting the environment and our community amenity. Odors can be generated from a vast range of sources including sewage treatment processes and industrial effluents.