foul air management Articles

  • Seven Ways Your Facility Isn’t Meeting Effluent Regulations and How to Solve Them

    Whether you own, operate, or help manage a municipal or industrial facility that deals with wastewater, it’s important to understand how wastewater treatment can play a significant role in the overall health of your business, especially when it comes to meeting effluent regulations. This is an important part of the wastewater treatment process to consider, as ignoring it could earn your ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Improving energy efficiency: About oil fouling in refrigeration systems

    Introduction Most air conditioning and refrigeration systems have a mechanical compressor which relies upon lubricating oil to function. During the normal course of the refrigeration process, ½% to 8% of the compressor’s lubricating oil is circulated throughout the system along with the refrigerant. Since the early days of refrigeration and air conditioning technology, the ...


    By Power Knot LLC

  • Being a Good Neighbor With Eco-Friendly Odor Management

    As a result of urban revitalization projects, as well as suburban sprawl and development, industrial and agricultural operations are now becoming surrounded by new residential and commercial neighbors. For industrial facilities that call these neighborhoods home, one of the biggest challenges is completely mitigating any odor that may occur. When it comes to fighting odors, being a good neighbor ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • Hyperion case study - UVC lights enhance air quality

    Located at the center of the Hyperion Wastewater Treatment Plant in Los Angeles, the Pregerson Building was experiencing indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. Built in 2002 to house nearly 400 city employees, the facility rapidly became the source of complaints about poor IAQ and odors. An engineered solution that incorporates both an odor control unit and supplemental ultraviolet- C (UVC) lights in ...


  • Kuwait oil company streamlines emissions data management for corporate social responsibility and efficiency gains

    The Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) has long been a leader in addressing environmental sustainability issues. In the early 1990s, Kuwait faced the worst environmental catastrophe in recent history as a result of the bygone Iraqi regime's invasion of the country. Oil wells and gathering centers were ablaze and uncontrolled oil flow was filling hundreds of vast oil lakes and fouling mile after mile of ...


    By IHS

  • What makes an effective odor control cover system design?

    Background A common side effect of wastewater treatment processes is the unpleasant odor that can linger near the plant, annoying neighbors, who then complain. Often, the wastewater treatment plant was built many years ago in an isolated part of town.  Over the years, the town’s population grew until subdivisions were developed next to the treatment plant.   ...

  • James river treatment plant meets odor control commitments with help from GTI covers

    The James River Treatment Plant is one of nine major treatment plants operated by the Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD). The James River Treatment Plant is bordered on one side by the James River, and by houses and a park on the other. Although the James River Treatment Plant had installed odor control systems to capture and treat foul air from parts of the plant, its conventional aeration ...

  • Use of InfoWorks CS to build an integrated urban drainage model

    Creation of a single integrated InfoWorks CS model covering foul, surface and river systems is proving invaluable in understanding the complex interactions within a flood-prone urban catchment in north west London. The three systems had originally been held in separate models, with the foul and surface networks each modeled in InfoWorks CS and the rivers in ISIS. “There has been a lot of careful ...


    By Innovyze

  • GTI’s Covers Provide Over 99 Percent Odor Capture at Sydney Water’s WWTP

    The Utility: The Cronulla Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is one of 30 wastewater treatment and water recycling plants in greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, and the Illawarra. It is owned and operated by Sydney Water, Australia’s largest water utility. The plant is located on the southern end of the Kurnell Peninsula (about 18 km [11 miles] from the city center), and treats about 54 ...

  • Q&A: OMI’s Dr. Laura Haupert Discusses Eco-Friendly Odor Solutions for Landfills

    The waste management arena is continually challenged when it comes to fighting odors, which often become a major nuance for neighbors. Landfills all throughout the U.S. also have to contend with finding the right odor-abatement solutions that are both effective, and safe for employees and surrounding communities. In the following “Clearing the Air” Q&A, we speak with Dr. Laura ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • Chill Out: Chemical Descaling of Condensers Maximizes Efficiency

    Chiller units — open loop or closed loop — naturally experience performance degradations over time. As noted by ...

  • Ozone treatment for cooling towers

    Abstract The use of ozone as a maintenance treatment for cooling towers has good potential for operation and maintenance savings in the Federal secior. A small amount of ozone acts as a powerful biocide thai decreases or nearly eliminates the need to remove quantities of water from the cooling tower in order to decrease the concentration of organic and mineral solids in the system. ...


    By Zentox Corporation

  • WPL supplies Farne Salmon and Trout with a substantial new effluent treatment plant case study

    A new effluent treatment plant designed by WPL is ensuring that Farne Salmon and Trout Ltd in Berwickshire - one of Europe's largest smoked salmon facilities - complies with tighter local trade effluent discharge regulations, whilst significantly reducing its sewer discharge costs. WPL worked with Farne and Scottish Water from an early stage to design ...


    By WPL Ltd

  • WPL supplies Farne Salmon and Trout with a substantial new effluent treatment plant

    A new effluent treatment plant designed by WPL is ensuring that Farne Salmon and Trout Ltd in Berwickshire - one of Europe's largest smoked salmon facilities - complies with tighter local trade effluent discharge regulations, whilst significantly reducing its sewer discharge costs. WPL worked with Farne and Scottish Water from an early stage to design and supply a substantial, energy efficient ...


    By WPL Ltd

  • Heat recovery from wastewater

    Heat recovery from gray water is particularly important in water-intensive industries such as pulp and paper plants, dairies and breweries. Rather than flushing used water down the drain, consider whether a heat exchanging system can help you put that energy to work in your process again. Most plant operators arc aware of the need to save money and reduce the environmental impact of their plant ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • AquaLab Analyzer provides real-time phosphorus measurement in Everglades

    When it comes to ecosystem sustainability, Florida is no backwater. The South Florida Water Management District, which includes the unique Everglades habitat, had a major challenge. The EPA and various governmental authorities have defined limits for many water quality parameters to support a water body’s designated use. Any physical, chemical or biological condition that threatens the designated ...

  • WWTP Covers Its Grit Tanks to Help Address Odor Concerns

    The Customer: The Georgetown Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) located in Ontario, Canada, provides industrial and municipal wastewater treatment for the urban area in the Town of Georgetown. The plant treats approximately 17.5 ML of wastewater per day. It is sized to accommodate the wastewater treatment needs of a local dairy processing facility, the plant’s largest industrial ...

  • Future-oriented further developments: wastewater heat utilization plants with a return on investment (ROI) of 2 - 6 years

    Sewage is dirty and stinks. Out of sniffing distance – out of mind. Up until the 1980s sewage was taboo and not given the attention it deserves. One cold winter morning in 1988, 23 years ago, Urs Studer stopped beside a steaming manhole cover and wondered how such a source of heat could go untapped. Ever since he has been dedicating himself intensively to the recycling of sewage heat. At ...


    By RABTHERM AG

  • Achieving

    Introduction The leak repair requirements, under Title VI Section 608 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, require that when an owner or operator of an appliance that normally contains a refrigerant charge of more than 50 pounds discovers that refrigerant is leaking at a rate that would exceed the applicable trigger rate during a 12-month period, the owner or operator must take corrective ...


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