Odour elimination and disinfection in wastewater treatment plants

Wastewater treatment plants clean wastewater from large communal and industrial sources of contamination. Pollutants in wastewater are biodegradable organic compounds, volatile organic compounds, metal ions, suspended solids and food products, such as phosphorus, nitrogen, microbial pathogens and parasites. Wastewater contains carbohydrates (11–18%), protein (8–10%), free amino acids (0.5–1.5%), fatty acids (23–25%), dissolved organic acids (7–11%) and other organic compounds (25–28%). In addition, certain water pollutants can be released into air and cause unpleasant odour. Odour problems are common in wastewater treatment plants due to the abundance of pollutants (sulphur compounds, ammonia and organic compounds).

Ozone is a very convenient and effective solution for wastewater treatment. Ozonation facilitates the production of water without any microorganisms, colour, odour, flavour or harmful micropollutants. It is suitable for releasing into environment, using in agriculture and other processes. Ozone is produced at the location where it is used. Thereof operation expenses -costs for chemicals and transportation may be reduced by applying ozonation technique Ozone helps destroy harmful materials, eliminate odours, viruses and various microorganisms. Ozonation technology cleans the environment, improves working conditions and has positive impact on the value of surrounding estate property. The benefit demonstrated in pumping station is an example that wastewater treatment facility may be operated near residential areas and any unpleasant sensations or claims could be avoided.

Wastewater treatment plants clean wastewater from large communal and industrial sources of contamination. Pollutants in wastewater are biodegradable organic compounds, volatile organic compounds, metal ions, suspended solids and food products, such as phosphorus, nitrogen, microbial pathogens and parasites. Wastewater contains carbohydrates (11–18%), protein (8–10%), free amino acids (0.5–1.5%), fatty acids (23–25%), dissolved organic acids (7–11%) and other organic compounds (25–28%). In addition, certain water pollutants can be released into air and cause unpleasant odour. Odour problems are common in wastewater treatment plants due to the abundance of pollutants (sulphur compounds, ammonia and organic compounds).

Ozone is a very convenient and effective solution for wastewater treatment. Ozonation facilitates the production of water without any microorganisms, colour, odour, flavour or harmful micropollutants. It is suitable for releasing into environment, using in agriculture and other processes. Ozone is produced at the location where it is used. Thereof operation expenses -costs for chemicals and transportation may be reduced by applying ozonation technique Ozone helps destroy harmful materials, eliminate odours, viruses and various microorganisms. Ozonation technology cleans the environment, improves working conditions and has positive impact on the value of surrounding estate property. The benefit demonstrated in pumping station is an example that wastewater treatment facility may be operated near residential areas and any unpleasant sensations or claims could be avoided.

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