ODOUR-producing substances found in domestic wastewater are small, relatively volatile molecules. They are the result of anaerobic decomposition of organic matter containing sulphur and nitrogen.
Although other odorants such as amines, mercaptans, indole, or skatoles may contribute to an odour, hydrogen sulphide, ammonia, carbon dioxide, and methane are the common gases generated by wastewater decomposition.
Anotec Odour Control for sewage treatment plants and related utilities is applied via misting or fogging systems.
Independent laboratory tests reveal greater than 95% removal efficiency upon contact. There is no retention time when applying the product.