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Liquid-phase hydrogen sulphide sensor speeds identification of odour causes

A new sensor from miniature sensors expert Unisense measures hydrogen sulphide (H2S) dissolved in wastewater. This enables utilities and consultants to find …

Two-stage system tackles sludge thickener odour issues in Poland

A case study article looking at the odour abatement solution developed for a sewage treatment works in Poland Poznan is Poland’s fourth largest city with a …

Space…the final frontier!

Pollution solutions provider CSO Technik was recently approached by Morgan Sindall Grontmij, working on behalf of Yorkshire Water to assist with an odour …

Interest remains high in odour reduction method for post-consumer plastic recycling

Last year Austrian plastic packaging and recycling specialist Starlinger introduced its technology for odour reduction in post-consumer plastic recycling, and …

Thames Water odour control framework deal

Odour control specialist Hibernia has signed a major services supply contract with Thames Water that includes supply to two of the largest wastewater treatment …

Scottish Water Horizons fined for Cumbernauld odours

Scottish Water Horizons Limited was fined £26,000 at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Monday 10 October 2016 due to offensive odours coming from its Deerdykes …

Gas alarm system protects waste treatment staff

A chemical waste treatment plant in the UK has installed a monitoring and alarm system to generate alerts when hydrogen sulphide concentrations reach levels …

Drawing together diverse data

Airsense Analytics GmbH and PCA Technologies Srl have developed OlfoSense, a  tool that can be used to create a network for odour leakages monitoring over …

SEPA enquiry at Nigg treatment works

SEPA has launched a public enquiry into operational activities at Nigg Waste Water Treatment Works in the Torry area of Aberdeen, it was reported in late …

Tackling smells with clever chemistry

BIOSCIENCE company Genesis Biosciences has developed odour control technology for the facilities management industry which it suggests offers an advance in …

Ammonia and SO2 added to fast-install sensor range

CROWCON’s next-generation XgardIQ gas detector can now be fitted with sensors for the detection of ammonia or sulphur dioxide, in addition to the …

A belt and braces approach to H2S

Gas monitoring expert a1-cbiss offers a few thoughts on hydrogen sulphide emissions: The problems they present, how best to monitor them, and how such odours …

Managing a highly charged matter

Edenbridge based CSO Technik, a firm offering engineered solutions to environmental pollution problems, provides a rundown of the key issues to consider when …

Taking containment to the next level

Paul Marsh reviews some recent developments in odour management for AD plants LOCAL resident complaints and planning application refusals have highlighted the …

Minimising the risk of mishaps

STAFFORD based Corgin, a supplier of environmental solutions for the waste, wasterwater and industrial sectors, places emphasis on the maintenance packages it …

Flexible, gas-thrifty odour abatement for food processor

Babcock Wanson has supplied a regenerative thermal oxidiser for poultry supplier Moy Park’s Grantham, Lincolnshire facility. The project involved the design, …

Emissions analyser helps manage power station

A multiparameter emissions monitor at Thetford power station is being used to demonstrate to the Environment Agency that the plant is performing within the …

Animation showcases biogas analyser

Instrumentation specialist Geotech has produced an online animation to publicise its BIOGAS 5000 portable analyser, showing how the device can be used in …

Eastern promise for emissions control partnership

A new partnership aims to provide advanced Biological Emission Control Systems to organisations in the Middle East. Odour control company Azzuro is joining …

Nosing out the controversy over AD plant emissions

IN March local campaigners succeeded in blocking plans to build an energy-from-waste plant in Ramsbottom in the Greater Manchester area. Concern over the smell …

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