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Finding The Best Sewage Odor Neutralizer Options

Finding the right sewage odor neutralizer for wastewater treatment plants is easier said than done.

No one can deny that wastewater smells. Even on a still cold day, a distinct odor emanates from any wastewater treatment plant. Because of this, there is pressure to reduce odor emissions, and the sewage odor neutralizer business is evolving into an essential component of the wastewater treatment process.

The more extensive wastewater treatment facilities implement multi-million-dollar ventilation systems that don't always act as a sewage odor neutralizer. Other wastewater treatment facilities use masking agents as a sewage odor neutralizer that only temporarily covers odors.

Each site needs to approach its sewage odor neutralizer methods differently. The odor control solutions must be tailored to meet their individual challenges because both the neighboring community and treatment plant employees will benefit from successful sewage odor neutralizer methods.

Common Sources of Odor in Wastewater Treatment

Pretty much every wastewater treatment facility emits some amount of odor. Depending on where your facility is, you'll usually see issues within the primary treatment and sludge-handling areas. However, you may also require a sewage odor neutralizer in these areas as well:

  • Clarifiers

  • Sedimentation basins

  • Lift stations

  • Lagoons

  • Biosolids treatment

  • Wastewater septage dumping

The above wastewater treatment processes can produce various types of odors. Still, the most common include hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, sulfur dioxide, skatoles, mercaptans, amines, and indoles.

The Best Way To Find A Sewage Odor Neutralizer Solution

So the best way to begin implementing a sewage odor neutralizer method is to bring an odor control partner on-site to help determine the best solution. To ensure the correct sewage odor neutralizer solution and any application-specific equipment needs, they will determine the odor sources, causes, and environmental considerations.

At In-Pipe Technology, we offer a IPT-AOP-16 Advanced Oxidation Process System for Lift Stations that requires no chemicals, needs only a small footprint, and uses minimal electrical power.

This chemical-free scrubber system connects to the existing lift station vent to oxidize hydrogen sulfide outside the lift station environment to scrub odors before emission to ambient air and prevent corrosion of the existing infrastructure.

Give us a call today to get more information and see how our engineers can find the right sewage odor neutralizer solution for you.

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