- Underground natural gas storage
- Waste water
- 3 m3/hr (13 gpm)
- THT (odour): Tetrahydrotiophene, BTEX
- Replaces expensive incineration of wastewater
- 50 ppm → 0.5 ppm
- ≥ 99% removal
- Since 2001
- Performance guaranteed
Urban areas are the biggest culprits when it comes to waste generation. Most of India’s waste comes from cities and towns. With municipal STP clearly inadequate in handling the massive amounts of wastes produced, there is an urgent need to decentralise waste management in India. The beginning has been made with many State governments now considering compulsory STPs in residential complexes. With focus now shifting to waste management at residential level, STP plants manufacturers India are now building plants...
Odorous volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were analysed via a thermal desorption gas chromatograph coupled with a mass spectrometer and olfactory detection port (TD-GC-MS/ODP) to characterize odour emissions from a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). Three trained ODP assessors, screened according to the European dynamic olfactometry standard (EN: 13725), were used for the olfactory analysis. Their sensitivity to n-butanol varied within the acceptable limits. VOC samples from the WWTP were collected onto Tenax TA...
Poultry waste water lagoon system enabled to triple load after six years with high COD removal efficiencies and virtual elimination of odours - Waste Water
At South East Water wastewater treatment plants (WwTPs) in Victoria, Australia, biosolids are stockpiled for three years in compliance with the State guidelines to achieve the highest pathogen reduction grade (T1), suitable for unrestricted use in agriculture and landscaping. However, extended stockpiling is costly, may increase odour nuisance and greenhouse gas emissions, and reduces the fertiliser value of the biosolids. A verification programme of sampling and analysis for enteric pathogens was conducted at...
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 compounds that could contribute to the overall odour character of nuisance emissions. Flux hood sampling and chemical analysis were used to identify VOCs emitted from biosolids as they were stored in ambient conditions. Compounds emitted varied as the biosolid cakes were stored for a period of 50 days. VOCs detected in the...