Odor and H2S sewer monitoring are major concerns for collection systems. What if operators could diagnose odor problems in minutes instead of hours or days? How much could they save in chemicals, time, implementing new process and infrastructure corrosion? Find out at the Collection Systems 2014 Conference this week!
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) Collection Systems Committee, in cooperation with the Chesapeake Water Environment Association and the National Association of Sewer Service Companies are holding the Collection Systems 2014 Conference this week in Baltimore, Maryland. This conference will draw professionals from around the region and across the country who share an interest in improving the combined and separate sanitary sewer collection systems.
OdoWatch is the only technology that measures odors the way humans experience them, in D/T or odor units. Together with the real-time dispersion modeling created from actual on-site weather data and the emissions from odor sources, OdoWatch displays color-coded plumes of odor concentrations on and off site where they may be a nuisance. No other technology provides such accurate, timely information on odors and H2S. Find information on OdoSulf, the newest H2S monitoring technology that can uses the OdoWatch platform to provide real-time plumes of hydrogen sulfide impact. Operators using OdoWatch for odor and H2S monitoring have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in OPEX and CAPEX.