Ten Years Of Odor Research On Biosolids-What Have We Learned?
Over the past decade, a series of research studies dealing with odors associated with anaerobically digested biosolids has been supported by the Water Environment Research Foundation. These studies have investigated the causes and intensity of odors, the specific compounds associated with odors, the role of dewatering processes in odor generation and methods for mitigation of odors. As part of this research, methods have been developed to simulate odor generation from dewatering devices, to provide a lab method for odor quantification and to assess a variety of methods for odor reduction. A summary of the highlights of this research are provided.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-01-01
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