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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Pima County, Tucson, Arizona - Case Study

    Pima County, Tucson, Arizona - Case Study

    Pima County’s Roger Road wastewater treatment plant has a daily flow of 36 MGD, and some of the flow must travel 28 miles before reaching the plant. The plant also receives discharges from a State prison and a Federal prison. In an effort to control odors and septicity, the collection system was treated with three products – Bioxide, sodium hypochlorite and magnesium hydroxide. Even ...

News

  • Landia aerators eliminate sewage odour problem

    Landia aerators eliminate sewage odour problem

    Landia has revealed how its mixer-aerator systems have helped boost tourist numbers on the west coast of Denmark by eliminating odour problems emanating from a raw sewage lift stationWith many Danish resorts depending on the rental of summer houses ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Catalytic Activated Carbon for Odor Control
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    Catalytic Activated Carbon for Odor Control

    Catalytic carbons are the newest class of activated carbons for odor control. These carbons also exhibit an enhanced capacity for H2S, but achieve this increased capacity differently than do caustically impregnated or blended carbons. Catalytic carbons convert adsorbed H2S into sulfuric acid and sulfurous acid, which is stored more efficiently on carbon than is H2S (but not as efficiently as ...