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Project #1124

Identifying & Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase 3: Biosolids Processing Modifications for Cake

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Completed
Principal Investigator
Gregory
Adams
Research Manager
Dr. Daniel M. Woltering, Ph.D.
Contractor
Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
Biosolids
Odor Control
Treatment

Abstract

This research sought ways to reduce odors from dewatered biosolids cake, thereby reducing negative odor impacts on the public when the cake biosolids or their derivatives are stored, transported, and land applied. The goal was to provide a roadmap to facilities looking for ways to optimize biosolids processing and reduce biosolids cake odors. Reduced odors could open the WWTP's dewatered biosolids cake to other recycling or disposal opportunities that are currently not used, such as site storage, land application, composting, or heat-drying. Additionally, significant cost savings could be realized by minimizing odor controls and other costly options for containment of biosolids. Published by WERF. 244 pages. Soft cover and online PDF. (2008)

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Originally funded as WERF project 03-CTS-9T.