Keep Odors at Bay! Operations and Maintenance Considerations for your Odor Control Systems

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Vapor Phase Odor & Corrosion Control equipment is often a forgotten component of wastewater facilities and may not receive the operations and maintenance attention that it deserves.  This lack of attention may not become an immediately obvious problem until odor complaints are received, an increase in corrosion is observed or an audit identifies a need for improvement. The deterioration of equipment can then result in major costs being incurred to get equipment up and running again, and potentially damage the facility’s reputation. Simple, regular maintenance can help avoid these issues.

Register to attend this webinar and learn why there is not one single solution to address odor issues and how technologies can be combined to provide an optimum odor control solution minimizing both capital and operating costs.

What you will learn:

·         An overview of odor and corrosion control.

·         How to assess your odor and corrosion control needs.

·         Key vapor phase odor control technologies and how to maintain them.

·         Cost effective upgrade considerations to your system, including media selection and using multi-stage or hybrid technologies.


Sean Trainor, Global Product Manager, Evoqua Water Technologies

Sean is the Global Product Manager for Odor Control & Emergency Scrubber Systems at Evoqua Water Technologies. Evoqua has over 2000 odor control installations in 45 countries. Prior to joining Evoqua, Sean spent a decade with CH2M HILL working on Water and Wastewater projects across multiple continents, with a specific focus on operation and maintenance projects and odor control for large projects.  Sean is a Professional Engineer (Canada), a Chartered Chemical Engineer (UK), and has been certified as a Level I water treatment and wastewater treatment operator (AB, Canada).


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