Odour nuisance is one of the most difficult issues facing many sites today. When a complaint is made, it’s essential that a reliable and representative air sample is taken as quickly as possible.
Australian environmental managment technology firm Envirosuite has entered into an exclusive agreement with the University of Queensland that will see the SeweX modelling tool for wastewater management embedded into its wastewater solutions, and this will seemingly drive significant improvements in corrosion management and the mitigation of problems like odour.
A provider of industrial process heating equipment, Babcock Wanson has provided animal by-products processor and recycler, P Waddington & Co (1947) Ltd, with what is said to be a highly efficient solution for odour abatement and process steam production at its site in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Dr Chris Charles of Genesis Biosciences discusses the use of biological products for this purpose.
A one-day conference on 25 September will explore the range of practical techniques available to help with odour management .
A new revision to the European Standard for olfactometry, EN13725, promises to increase the consistency and rigour underpinning odour measurement, with implications for issues...
WELSH biosciences firm Genesis Biosciences has won a UK cleaning award
Australian water utility SA Water has recently spoken about its trialing of a custom analytics platform as a means to manage real-time data from its wastewater network
Specialist odour consultancy Silsoe Odours has been awarded UKAS accreditation for its odour sampling, giving its customers full confidence that sampling results will meet...
Engineering firm and pollution expert CSO Group has received client sign-off from Metropolitana Milanese S.p.A. for its first Terminodour installation at the large San...
Dr Chris Charles, Wastewater and Water Treatment specialist at Genesis Biosciences – the first company to develop and manufacture its own microbial and antimicrobial cleaning products – discusses the benefits of using biological products as an alternative solution to tackle odour issues in the wastewater and water treatment industry
Scottish Water has confirmed it will take back ownership of four treatment plants in the north-east of Scotland
Scientists at the TSU Biological Institute have launched a research project aimed at better understanding the bacteria behind waste decomposition
Environmental management technology firm Envirosuite has picked up a contract to provide a city-wide odour monitoring and management system in Kuwait
Specialist odour consultancy Silsoe Odours is offering a one-day course on odour management on 31 January 2019. It is seemingly the only CPD-Certified odour...
Gas-detection specialist launches high-temperature sensor which provides H2S detection for oil and gas installations...
To support the oil and gas industry in the Middle East, Crowcon has developed a high-temperature hydrogen sulphide (H2S) sensor to work alongside its...
A low-profile sludge thickener has been designed so that it is virtually invisible in its surrounding rural landscape
Researchers from the University of British Columbia recently announced a solution which they suggest dramatically reduces the odours produced from subjecting wastewater to anaerobic digestion.
Venturi aeration is said to provide a relatively simple aeration option in systems requiring additional power and regular maintenance.
A US biennial conference called Odors [sic] and Air Pollutants took place in late March in Portland, Oregon.