Effect of Amendment Addition on Biosolids Odors based on Gas Chromatography Analysis and Odor Panel Observations
to evaluate a series of A&As that can be added to biosolids for the purpose of odor reduction during staging, storage, and land application;
to perform a field trial to investigate the effect of inventory management on field odors as well as to correlate field data with laboratory data.
This is the first paper in a two-paper series that describes the results from these studies. This paper is focused on the first objective – the effect of chemical addition and amendment addition on odors.
Keywords: Chemical additives and amendments (A&s); biosolids staging; biosolids storage; inventory management; land application; odorous volatile organic compounds (OVACs); total volatile organic sulfur compounds (TVOSCs)
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-01-01
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