Welcome to the “Clearing the Air” News Round Up post from OMI Industries. We have compiled the latest industrial odor control news stories for your reference, arming you with the right information to keep your facilities odor-free. If you have any news that you would like our team to cover, please fill out our contact form and we will strongly consider running your story.
WasteExpo 2016: Presenting Eco-Friendly Odor Mitigation Solutions for Waste Management
This week at WasteExpo 2016, OMI Industries is bringing the topic of eco-friendly odor control to the forefront of attendees’ minds at the conference in booth #4547.
WasteExpo 2016 Award Winners
The National Waste & Recycling Association honored a number of waste and recycling industry professionals for their commendable contributions to the industry at WasteExpo 2016.
NYC Waste and Recycling Associations and Companies Unite to Move the Needle on Industry Safety
At WasteExpo 2016, the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) also announced the launch of a first of its kind symposium on industry safety taking place on Thursday, June 16th at 100 Church Street in New York.
Using Environmentally Friendly Treatments to Eliminate Landfill Odors
Dr. Laura Haupert, the Director of Research and Development for OMI Industries, was featured in a recent Waste360 article that highlights the odor challenges that landfills face, along with insights into the top-performing eco-friendly solutions.
Interstate Highway System Celebrates 60th Anniversary
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and American Trucking Associations (ATA) are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the law signed by President Eisenhower that kicked-off the funding and construction of the nation’s 47,000-mile Interstate Highway System.
Water Resources Bill Moving Along in U.S. Congress
The U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee recently approved the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2016, which authorizes $9 billion of funding for maintenance and improvements to the nation’s water infrastructure.
U.S. Army Tests Self-Powered Wastewater Treatment System
The US Army will pilot a self-powered wastewater treatment system that produces clean water and energy to power the system.
Residents Complain About Chicken Plant’s Odor
In Decatur, Tenn., residents are complaining about foul odors coming from a nearby chicken processing plant.