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Odor Removal in Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants — Case Studies

  • Todd S. Webster
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Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant Methyl Mercaptan Reduce Sulfur Compound Odor Control Cargo Container 
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References

  1. Heuckeroth R (2002) Odor control performance study of the biocube BMF biofilter at the Baltimore County Long Quarter Pumping Station. Prepared for Biocube, Inc., Victor, NYGoogle Scholar
  2. Morton R, Caballero R (1998) Using full scale biotrickling filters for the removal of hydrogen sulfide and odor from wastewater treatment facilities’ air streams. In: Proc USC-TRG Conf Biofiltration, 22–23 October 1998, Los Angeles, CA, pp 107–114Google Scholar
  3. Morton R, Ackman P, Acosta G, Tang C, Horvath R, Stahl J (2003) Full scale testing for odor control at the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts’ Joint Water Pollution Control Plant Biosolids Handling Facilities. In: Proc WEF Tech Exhib Conf, 11–15 October 2003, Los Angeles, CA. Water Environment FederationGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Todd S. Webster
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  1. 1.Shaw Environmental, Inc.San DiegoUSA

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