The use of an appropriate operational management tool plays a fundamental role in establishing and defining the normal operational parameters during any process. If this process also entails a high potential for odor generation or specific gaseous compounds, either due to a specific process condition or deviations from the process, it becomes even more relevant as operational control management. Hence, a detailed knowledge of the processes and levels of odorant gases present must be evaluated based on reliability and accuracy.
This article is based on experience, during the development of a project carried out in a liquid industrial waste treatment plant, and what has been learnt remains current and updated know-how.
Héctor Vergara1, Maria José Bravo2