Get rid of odors from liquid waste processing.
Liquid food waste, such as fats, oils, and grease (F.O.G.), can emit unpleasant odors. These odors get worse throughout the stages of processing. Bad smelling F.O.G. from restaurants are often transported by truck to filtering facilities and then to plants where they are processed into useful byproducts.
In the past, these odors have been nearly impossible to eliminate due to the molecular structure of long-chain fatty acids. Acids from fats block traditional odor control products from getting to and neutralizing odor molecules. Transport trucks, grease processing facilities, and rendering plants often resort to masking odors. OMI has developed a better solution.
Ecosorb® 505G and 606G are specifically designed to eliminate, not mask, organic and inorganic malodors caused by long-chain fatty acids.
Benefits of Ecosorb
Ecosorb uses the natural power of plant oils to remove odors from liquid waste processing.
Non-toxic, non-hazardous, biodegradable, non-flammable, and no harmful VOCs.
Ecosorb 505G and 606G were specifically formulated for fat, oil, and grease odors.
Delivery systems adapt to climate, location, architecture, odor concentration, and airflow.
While loading and unloading grease collection trucks, potent odors can escape into the atmosphere. Using natural Ecosorb products allows you to remove odors before they offend residents and businesses in surrounding areas.
Grease Processing Facilities
When restaurants send their F.O.G. to grease processing facilities odors come, too. Ecosorb 505G and 606G eliminate these odors on contact.
Rendering animal byproducts into useful materials such as lard or tallow can also produce hard-to-eliminate odors. Ecosorb 505G and 606G have been specially formulated to break down the acids and neutralize odors emitted during the rendering process.
How to Use
Because of the nature of long-chain fatty acids, Ecosorb products must be delivered from atomization systems with water. These systems can be paired with OdorFan or distributed from pipes and nozzles where odors are strong.