Lansing Odor Control Strategy: Public Relations And Design, Construction, And Operation of Odor Control Systems, Including Basin Flushing Systems, Biofilter Installation, And Reconditioning of Existing Equipment
Abstract:The City of Lansing anticipated the potential for odor problems resulting from the City's collection system separation program. The waste strength will increase and the total flow will decrease. The City's proactive program included implementing a public outreach and publicity program and constructing odor control strategies. These strategies included an automatic equalization basin flushing system and odor remediating technologies that included a package biofilter unit to remediate odors in the biosolids storage area, and an upgrade to existing odor scrubbing systems in the screen and dewatering areas of the plant.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2004-01-01
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