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Sale SPS 01

Several leaks were reported by Gippsland Water at the Sale Sewer Pumping Station (SPS1). These spills occurred following wet weather events or when there was a

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Corrosion

Hydrogen Sulphide emissions have an effect on public health and are a key factor in MIC, or microbially-induced concrete corrosion, which affects sewers everywhere. The lifespan

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Odour

Odour and Smell are two words that are often confused when it comes to their meanings and connotations. The word ‘odour’ is generally used in the

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Toxicity

Hydrogen sulphide be found in many environments and industries, its toxicity can arise from both direct
contact and as the chemical enters the bloodstream. At high

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Terrigal C4

The Terrigal C4 pump station is located next to a prominent local church carpark which, thanks to odour generated by the pump station caused residents and

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Project

Croudace Bay 1

For a number of years, Hunter Water Corporation regularly received odour complaints from neighbouring businesses and residents around the Croudace Bay 1 Wastewater Pump Station (WWPS)

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Kurnell Vacuum Station

The application of odour control to Vacuum Wastewater Pump Stations is problematic as a results of the inherent operational issues: High exit temperature (> 65oC) of

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Case Study

Biofilter Refurbishment

The performance standards for the biofilter beds at Melbourne Water Eastern Treatment Plant’s (ETP) were not being met due to the organic media becoming severely degraded

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Vent Stack Replacement

The initial rising main vent shaft, constructed in 1982–1983, stood 6 metres tall, was made of metal pipe, and vented sewer gases and odours. As the

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