Alliance formed in odour control industry

Wednesday, 14 March, 2012

There has been a significant development in the odour control industry with the forging of an alliance between three major players - Odour Control Systems Australia, Bioaction and BL Camtek.

The consortium’s team of experts includes names well known in the industry, including Mike O’Brien, Larry and Peter Botham and Tony Ryan. Ryan has said that with this combination of expertise and technologies under one roof, customers and clients can be assured that a suitable solution can be offered for almost any kind of odour problem.

Typical applications include wastewater systems from pump station and pipeline networks through to the treatment plants, landfill sites, abattoirs and rendering plants, food processing and composting.

Ryan said the cause of an odour problem should be investigated before determining the best control strategy. Solutions may range from simple vent filters through to chemical dosing, biofilters, carbon filters, hybrid biological and absorption systems for high-level treatment, and misting systems or micronutrients. Many of these systems are turnkey solutions provided on skid-mounted constructions to expedite installation and logistics.

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