Effective Odour Control with the CSO TerminodourTM System

Unpleasant odours are again and again controversial subject in the discussion with local residents at certain sites (often waste treatment and biogas plants). But also employees are not always happy with the situation at such plants. Terminodou rTM can help here.

This ionization process already combats the odours at the point of release and can thus not only prevent any nuisance for the neighbours, but also contribute to a significantly
improved working environment.

Copyright: © Wasteconsult international
Source: Waste to Resources 2017 (Mai 2017)
Pages: 10
Price: € 5,00
Autor: Dr.-Ing. Jörg Stockinger
Colin D. Froud

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