“Not in Your Neighbor's Back Yard” --East Bay Municipal Utility District Installs State-of-the-Art Equipment to Solve Odor Problems
Abstract:Odor emissions from the East Bay Municipal Utility District's Main Wastewater Treatment Plant (MWWTP) have become a concern to the increasing numbers of residents and businesses in the surrounding area of the MWWTP. In response to this concern, the District outlined a strategy for minimizing odor impacts from the MWWTP in their Odor Control Master Plan. This Master Plan outlined both short term and long term recommendations. The main task in this strategy was to address the control of odors from the MWWTP's 425-mgd capacity Influent Pump Station (IPS) which was identified as the primary source of odors.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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