August 16, 2012

On the way to understand how we perceive odors

When studying the sense of smell it is always a good idea to look at the other senses as well. Many features in the individual senses have the same characteristics, because evolution and biology is economic. So if we know something about seeing or hearing, then there is a certain chance that the sense of smell works in a similar fashion. And we do know a lot more about seeing or hearing than about smelling.
June 15, 2012

How Much Odor Control is Enough?

When you spend millions to control odors at a public utility but still get complaints from the neighbors, then what?  Many wastewater treatment plant managers find […]
April 25, 2012

Electronic noses detect odours at wastewater treatment plant

The first permanent US installation of a unique technology that can actually “smell” an odor problem before it occurs has been on line in Tucson, Arizona, since […]
April 10, 2012

White paper: WWTP odor control chemical optimization using e-Noses

Odors are a natural byproduct of wastewater treatment, and a problem that has caused no shortage of headaches for cash-strapped public officials. But sanitation engineers in […]
March 30, 2012
Odor Monitoring System OdoWatch

What is an Odor Monitoring System

The approach offers a series of unique advantages over less comprehensive odor detection techniques. Not only do the e-noses provide quantifiable measurements of odor levels at one given location, but the system can use atmospheric dispersion modeling to show the full extent and intensity of an odor plume. An odor monitoring system like OdoWatch combines automatic central monitoring of odor emissions with a clear display showing odor concentration that incorporates current weather data and is updated continuously.