Articles & Whitepapers
In 2019, as part of a major programme to reduce water consumption, waste production and energy use, a leading food producer, invested in an upgrade to its existing waste water treatment plant, utilising best in class technology and processes. Part of that upgrade was a new odour control plant. Their products, with a famous brand, are exported to international markets throughout Europe, Asia, USA ...
Opportunities for the beneficial re-use of biosolids are limited by nuisance odour emissions. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from anaerobically stabilised biosolids were measured to identify ...
Scientists have been researching what gives the Durian fruit its distinctive foul smell using GC techniques for odor analysis. With its name deriving from the Malay/Indonesian word Durio meaning "spike", the Durian is renowned for its divisive ...
Equipment & Solutions
The new IKA UTTD power control disperser gets its name from an even more powerful motor. The disperser assures the best stirring, dispersing, grinding and homogenisation results and has been devised in particular for the safe processing of infectious, toxic or odour-intensive samples.