Means of Removing the Wastewater Odor

Due to the stagnate nature that seems to exist in the wastewater and the surrounding air, anaerobic (non-oxygenated) conditions tend to develop which produce unpleasant smell s that are associated with the wastewater. Methods to control the wastewater odor are biofiltration, chemical treatments, and carbon adsorption. Directing and ventilating the water and air into a biofilter is a good method to reduce the odor caused by the anaerobic lifestyles that microscope organisms may have. Chemical treatments are effective as they breakdown the more inorganic contents of the water, but may not be as ecologically friendly as the other methods. With proper ventilation, reducing hazardous byproducts and filtering, wastewater order may be controlled. More info: wastewater odor control

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