Odour Abatement

sesion07 vicente03   The objective of this paper is to describe how the application of Osmogenic barrier by pulverization of specific products is an efficient system in odour reduction. The efficacy of the process has been evaluated by electronic nose technology.

   The assessment was performed in a landfill during 20 days, using 2 electronic noses to evaluate the results.

 

J. Vicente 1* and R. Snidar 2

1. Director Técnico DEPLAN, S.L. (j.vicente@deplan.es)
2. Director Técnico LABIOTEST, S.R.L.

sesion07 gomezmontesdeoca03   In this work, anoxic biofiltration of gaseous effluents is presented as a viable alternative to treat contaminated gases and for biogas cleaning.

   The progresses on this matter are shown in this article.

 

F. Almengló* , P. Cano, J. Brito, M. Ramírez, D. Cantero and J. M. Gómez

Departamento de Ingeniería Química y Tecnología de Alimentos, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Cádiz
Campus Universitario de Puerto Real, 11510 Puerto Real (Cádiz)

sesion05 andres05   Wastewater pumping stations sometimes become sources of emission of odours and polluting compounds that can influence on the staff health, the equipment and facilities state and the perception of general public about this activity.

 

F. Andrés Tomás*, J. A. Mut Noguera, M. Carrero Planes, J. Solís Sánchez, V. Fajardo Montañana.

 

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