The growing Waste Management industry must meet critical, regulatory requirements, particularly in relation to odours. While the industry continues to operate under best practices, it faces ongoing challenges to control fugitive odours.
Public opinion of waste management facilities can heavily influence where sites are located and how waste management services are delivered. Detection of odours often leads to concerns about the specific chemicals responsible for the odour and the potential public and employee health ramifications.
The gas produced from household waste transfer stations, liquid waste treatment facilities, oily water process operations, waste landfill, organic composting and waste-to-energy digestors all have a different fugitive gas composition, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ethanol, methyl ethyl ketone, acetone, sec-butanol, isopentane, acetaldehyde, butane, isopropyl alcohol, limonene, and 1-propanol.
Our efficient and cost effective treatment solutions will:
- Address biological and absorption waste management odour issues
- Improve occupational safety when working around hazardous gases
- Allow you to meet strict environmental compliance
- Improve community relations