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Short Description: GOC Technologies Ltd is the UK distributor for QuikSoil™ and QuikAir™ products manufactured by GOC Technologies Worldwide. GOC researches and develops odour control and bio-augmentation products for composting, waste and bioremediation applicatio
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Short Description: Melcourt have over 30 years’ practical experience in successfully supplying Biofiltration Media, on time, worldwide.
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Sitio web: Nova Q LTD
Short Description: Nova Q is a supplier of innovative waste treatment technologies including odour prevention, odour control, leachate treatment and natural bacteria for the bio-augmentation of compost and bio-filter systems
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Sitio web: Sin Olores
Short Description: Chilean company that deals with the design, project and construction of Odour Abatement Systems
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Short Description: Specialist of environment of fers installations of ventilation, odor and air treatment in the following sectors: Biological processes, Chemical processes, Absorption processes and Chemical processes
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Sitio web: SKOV A/S
Short Description: Farm AirClean is a system developped by SKOV for biological air cleaning. The system is based solely on biological air cleaning principles. These principles are effective when it comes to reducing odour, ammonia and dust.
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Sitio web: Devrie
Short Description: This company from Netherlands supplies a biscrubber for odour control in farms.
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Sitio web: Dorset
Short Description: Dorset offers you the biological air washer for air cleaning, removing unwanted ammonia, dust and odor. The principle of biological air cleaning is, that bacteria process the unwanted particles out of the air. There are no chemicals involved.
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Sitio web: B&W MEGTEC
Short Description: B&W MEGTEC provides solutions to reduce odors from industrial processes. They have installed many successful odor control systems utilizing a range of technologies including: adsorption, bioreactors using biomass, thermal oxidation, etc.
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Sitio web: Waterleau
Short Description: Waterleau offers environmental services and solutions to both industry and municipalities in the fields of water, air and waste treatment as well as in new energy recovery. They are specialised in biological technology for odour control.
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Sitio web: Gee & Company
Short Description: As a leading supplier of odour control equipment, Gee & Co have developed a Total Odour Control Management concept for both Municipal Waste Water and Industrial applications.
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Sitio web: amplast
Short Description: AMPlast Corporation is a professional chemical engineering company specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of wet scrubbers, biofilters, activated carbon adsorption systems, and the treatment of corrosive, harmful and odorous gas.
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Sitio web: OdourPro
Short Description: Australian company with over 25 years of experience, reducing odours by up to 99.9%.
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Short Description: Dimasa Grupo, grupo empresarial con sede en España y filial en México, es líder en el sector de la fabricación de equipos y depósitos de poliéster reforzado con fibras de vidrio (PRFV). Somos especialistas en el tratamiento de malos olores.
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Sitio web: Nova Q
Short Description: Nova Q is a supplier of innovative waste treatment technologies including odour prevention, odour control, leachate treatment and natural bacteria for the bio-augmentation of compost and bio-filter systems.
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