wastewater odor Articles

  • Wastewater Odors Go Under Cover

    Problem: A new residential golfing community wanted to prevent odor emissions from the local wastewater treatment plant from affecting the lifestyle of its residents. Solution: Flat structural-fabric covers were installed over the treatment plant's aeration tanks and primary clarifiers. ...


  • Wastewater treatment plant odor control - Case Study

    Client: Karcher Creek JWWTF in Port Orchard, Washington Facility:  A Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTP) located in a scenic and residential area Problem: How to eliminate wastewater odors with limited space available. Decision: The decision was to build a BOHN BIOFILTER system on the roof of a mixing ...

  • Treatment of unpleasant odors in municipal wastewater treatment plants

    The purpose of this paper to present a case study on how to address the odor problem from secondary sources within a municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) by first identifying the locations of the problem and second by evaluating alternative treatment technologies. The WWTP of Chania is a typical 100,000 equivalent inhabitants-facility in a warm semi-arid environment which is located close ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Controlling Wastewater Treatment Plant Odors in a Resort Community

    As a growing resort community, Newport, OR, wanted to find a way to minimize odors from its downtown wastewater treatment plant. The city installed structural-fabric covers on its secondary clarifiers as part of the solution. Download the full article in pdf format (103 ...


  • Wastewater-Solids Dewatering Odor Control - Case Study

    Background The Milan Wastewater Treatment Plant, located just south of Moline, Illinois, is a 1.7 MGD (6,434 m3/day) activated sludge facility with an average wastewater flow of 700,000 gpd to 800,000 gpd. This facility dewaters primary sludge using a belt filter press (Figure 1). The press operates an average of three times per month, 8 hours per day at a pump rate of 100 gpm. The ...


    By Carus Corporation

  • Countering Wastewater Odor Complaints on a Localized Level

    In countless counties and towns throughout the U.S., there are ongoing new stories about wastewater treatment odors negatively impacting nearby residents and businesses. From Sioux City, Iowa to  ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

  • Putting the Lid on Odors and VOCs

    As a producer of bulk pharmaceuticals, Noramco Inc., Athens, Ga., wanted to minimize odor and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from its wastewater pre-treatment plant. Noramco installed structural-fabric covers on its neutralization and flow equalization basins as part of the solution. Download the full article in pdf ...


  • Hydroxyl-Radical Odor Control

    In-Pipe now offers the IPTC(OH-), a hydroxyl radical based odor control option for Lift Stations and WWTP headworks that requires no chemicals, needs only a small footprint and uses minimal electrical power. The IPTC(OH-) chemical free scrubber system connects to the existing lift station vent to oxidize hydrogen sulfide outside of the lift station environment in order to scrub odors before ...

  • Smart Series-Odor Management

    Tackling odors at composting facilities is a manageable task made simpler by inventorying and treating all sources and tapping into technology advances. Perhaps one of the most difficult realities that had to be faced 15 to 20 years ago by the composting universe is that the phrase, “odor-free” - at least when it comes to composting - is probably an oxymoron. Feedstocks that biodegrade within the ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Reducing Odor and VOC Emissions

    The Montgomery County Regional Composting Facility (MCRCF) in Silver Spring, Maryland is designed to process 400 wet tons/day of lime amended biosolids from the Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Washington, D.C. Recently, political pressures forced operations to cease at the MCRCF. Although the aerated static pile composting plant’s fate has not been completely decided, its owner, ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Application of Biotrickling Filter for Odor Control at The Morris Forman Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Pilot-scale study of a biotrickling filter using synthetic, high surface area media was undertaken by MSD Louisville, with the intention of saving the high cost of operating thermal oxidizers. Currently, two recuperative thermal oxidizers are used to treat odorous emissions from various sources. The pilot study showed that it is possible to treat hydrogen sulfide and organic sulfur compounds at ...


    By PRD Tech, Inc.

  • Structural Fabric Cover Minimizes Odor Emissions for Municipal Wastewater Facility

    As municipal and industrial wastewater facilities find them-selves being ever more tightly squeezed by encroaching neigh-borhoods, the minimization of odor emissions becomes a critical operating issue. This was the problem facing the Municipal Authority of Wyomissing in Reading, Pa., operating a 4 million gallon-perday wastewater treatment facility. Located right within the community, this ...


  • Case study - Wastewater lagoon cover stops odor complaints

    Problem: United Liquid Waste Recycling (ULWR) successfully recycles food and beverage waste into valuable by-products such as fertilizer. Odors from their anaerobic treatment process needed to be stopped to enable ULWR in Watertown Wisconsin to expand. Their two lagoon anaerobic digesters needed an affordable system to control odors. ULWR injects their valuable fertilizer into farm fields twice ...

  • Taming Wastewater Odors: ILC Dover, Inc. Case Study

    Though once a relatively isolated, rural treatment plant site, the McAlpine Creek Wastewater Management Facility (W\VMF) in Charlotte, N.C., found itself surrounded by residential and commercial developments in early 1995. Driven by the desire to maintain a good neighbor policy, McAlpine Creek, the largest of the Chatlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities (CMUD) wastewater treatment plants with a 64 million ...


  • Odor under cover: a solution for the largest wastewater treatment plant in Europe

    Beckton Sewage Treatment Works is one of five wastewater treatment plants in the Thames Water network in the United Kingdom and the largest treatment plant in Europe. Headquartered in the London borough of Newham, it serves 3.7 million people, mainly in north and east London. As part of a $309 million upgrade to the Beckton plant, Thames Water engaged general contractor GBM to upgrade the ...


    By CST Industries Inc

  • TORNADO Surface Aerators Reduce Odors at Wastewater Reservoir - Case Study

    PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION Chicago, Illinois, U.S. CUSTOMER U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, for the Chicago O’Hare Reservoir SOLUTION Aeration of wastewater treatment reservoir TECHNOLOGIES 100-horsepower TORNADO® Surface Self-Aspirating Aerators The Chicago ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Installs Covers & Scrubber System to Control Odor Emissions

    Twenty-five miles west of Dayton, Ohio is the county seat for Preble county - Eaton, Ohio, population 8,000. As the only city in this largely rural county, Eaton finds itself the focus of residential and commercial development transforming it into a bedroom community for Dayton as well as Cincinnati 50 miles to the south. Participating in this transformation is the Eaton Wastewater Treatment ...


  • Wastewater treatment facility uses ‘monsters’ to better manage screening, odor and trash

    As wastewater pours into the Cobourg Water Pollution Control Facility located on the outskirts of this Canadian town, it comes loaded with organics, trash, debris and chemicals. A large perforated plate screen system, called a Monster Separation SystemTM, is the plant’s first line of defense and removes all unwanted solids in order to protect downstream processes.Managers at the facility report ...


    By JWC Environmental

  • Chemical Engineering Magazine: Odor Issues and Solutions for Wastewater Treatment

    Today, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of industrial operations that are located within or near small towns and even large cities. When local residents constantly smell these industrial processes – particularly from wastewater treatment — unhappy neighborhoods are generally the result. In addition, many wastewater facilities can no longer produce odors without facing ...


    By OMI Industries (OMI)

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