Sunday, December 5, 2021

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...
Singapore, Asia - 4 June 2019: Esplanade Drive bridge over to the financial district of Singapore

Firm shortlisted in Singaporean challenge

Environmental management technology firm Envirosuite has been shortlisted in Singapore PUB’s Global Innovation Challenge (GIC)
OdorPrep

Sponsored content: Monitoring nuisance odours

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.
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Stench symposium

The online conference "Practical Experiences of Odour Management" will be hosted by environmental consultancy Aqua Enviro on 15 June.

Firm gains accreditation for odour sampling

Specialist odour consultancy Silsoe Odours has been awarded UKAS accreditation for its odour sampling, giving its customers full confidence that sampling results will meet...

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...

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 existing...

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...
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Odour management tips shared at one-day conference

A one-day conference on 25 September will explore the range of practical techniques available to help with odour management .
Duncan-Carter-Envirotec

On the nose: odour management begins with monitoring

By Duncan Carter, Sales Engineer at Enviro Technology Services When a gas leak at a chemical plant in Rouen, France caused mercaptan to waft...
SA-Water

Using analytics to manage wastewater and odour issues

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
AS Modelling & Data odour model

Sponsored content: Air acumen supports complicated projects

AS Modelling & Data is a well established provider of atmospheric dispersion and deposition modelling using the latest version of ADMS for a wide range of clients including but not limited to farms, the wastewater industry, waste management, general manufacturing and Local Authorities.
The SmellPittsburgh app

Citizen science to the rescue?

Identifying and understanding odour problems in a locality can be confusing and contentious. Citizen science seems increasingly equipped to play a decisive role here, for individuals struggling to secure recognition, and appropriate countermeasures, for nuisance pongs in their vicinity. Envirotec looks at a few recent initiatives
potato processing

Pong appeasing potato processing

Following an installation two years ago of Landia Chopper Pumps and a Landia Aeration System, wasterwater management firm MSE Systems is set to install a further three units for one of the UK’s leading suppliers of potatoes.

Microbiologists set sights on landfill bacteria

Scientists at the TSU Biological Institute have launched a research project aimed at better understanding the bacteria behind waste decomposition

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 safeguarding...
Eaton Village

The UK’s smelliest places to live?

In search of a definitive ranking, the home fragrance experts at packaging firm Lifestyle Packaging recently asked every council in the UK (335 in total) how many nuisance smell complaints they received from local residents between 2015-2019.
Perhaps the most persistent problem plaguing the waste industry is nuisance odour. David Hill, president of GOC Technologies, believes new techniques could help restore public confidence

Perception and reality – David Hill discusses new techniques

Perhaps the most persistent problem plaguing the waste industry is nuisance odour. David Hill, president of GOC Technologies, believes new techniques could help restore...

Novel chemical dosing appears to remove stink from anaerobic digestion

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.

Bespoke sludge thickener blends into background and controls odour

A low-profile sludge thickener has been designed so that it is virtually invisible in its surrounding rural landscape