Odor and Corrosion Problems in Wastewater Collection Systems and Treatment Plants: Two Related Issues Requiring Separate Control Strategies

From JPCL, February 2010

by Randy Nixon, Corrosion Probe, Inc.

This article explains why odor control ventilation does not mitigate biogenic sulfide corrosion in wastewater treatment plants or pump stations and why corrosion protection is also required. Research affirming this thesis is also discussed....
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Tagged categories: Corrosion protection; Environmental Controls; Program/Project Management; Ventilation; Wastewater Plants

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