Being Neighborly

Biotrickling reactors enable New Jersey treatment plants to eliminate hydrogen sulfide odors and gain good standing in the community
Being Neighborly
The bottom module of the EcoFilter unit holds the structured synthetic media in columns separated by airflow channels. The module is the first of three to make up the reactor vessel that will control odors from the tank.

Concentrations of hydrogen sulfide at the headworks of the Rancocas Road Treatment Facility in Mount Holly, N.J., reached 100 parts per million by volume (ppmv) or higher. The staff treated the enclosed building as a confined space.

The headworks, installed in the early 1980s, had...

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