PODCAST: Introducing Game-Changing Odor and Emission Control Solution for Wastewater Treatment at WEFTEC 2016

By September 26, 2016 Product & Company News

In the following podcast interview, Dr. Laura Director of Research and Development at OMI, discusses OMI Industries’ new Ecosorb® 5000S, which is a game-changing solution for odor and hydrogen sulfide emission control for wastewater treatment plants.

It’s common knowledge that industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants generate odors that can be strong, persistent, and a nuisance to employees, as well as to neighboring residents, businesses, and industries.

This further reinforces the need for the right odor-mitigation solutions that are both safe and effective.

For 25 years, OMI Industries has helped wastewater treatment plants to deal with the most challenging odor problems. The company’s award-winning Ecosorb® natural odor mitigation products are comprised of a proprietary blend of natural ingredients to eliminate industrial odors without the need for harsh chemicals or masking fragrances. The end result is an odor-free environment that is safe for everyone.

OMI Industries is taking this concept to the next level with the launch of Ecosorb® 5000S at WEFTEC 2016. This new water-based solution reduces emissions from hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans, amines and thioethers. In fact, Ecosorb® 5000S can reduce hydrogen hydrogen sulfide emissions by over 95 percent.

Ecosorb® 5000S also offers strong odor control across broad spectrum of odorous compounds including acids and bases, is biodegradable, and meets OSHA standards. Much like other solutions in the OMI Ecosorb family, Ecosorb® 5000S is safe to spray or air atomize in the open air around employees.

In addition to Ecosorb® 5000S, OMI Industries is exhibiting its full-line of eco-friendly odor management solutions and equipment at WEFTEC 2015 in booth #2009.


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