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Ecosorb at Work
July 28, 2020

CBD Manufacturing Company Required Odor Abatement System

A CBD manufacturing company, located in California, is known to be the leading supplier of CBD to Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis product company in the world. The lab offers complete hemp CBD extraction services ranging from refinement services to pharma grade extraction. They also produce up to 1,000 Kg/month…
Ecosorb at Work
April 27, 2017

Waste360: Employing New Weapons to Fight Landfill Odors

One of the biggest operational challenges for landfills is dealing with persistent odors, which can be a nuisance for employees and neighboring businesses and residents. Mitigating foul odors often requires a significant investment in solutions that are often comprised of chemicals that merely mask the…
Ecosorb at Work
April 27, 2016

Foul Odors Eliminated Naturally at Food-Processing Plant

In today’s era of sustainability and recycling, there are many new efforts to reclaim leftover food scraps and convert them into natural liquid fertilizers. These efforts expand beyond consumer composting, and are being implemented on an industrial scale. But there are consequences, albeit unintended, to…
Ecosorb at Work
February 9, 2016

Wheaton Sanitation District Odor Problems Solved

It used to be that wastewater treatment facilities were located far from homes, restaurants, businesses and parks. However, urban sprawl in many cities has changed this landscape, and many treatment plants now exist in heavily populated areas. As was recently highlighted in this Water &…
Ecosorb at Work
February 4, 2016

Neutralizing Asphalt Plant Odor

The production of hot mix paving asphalt generates odors that can be strong, persistent, and a nuisance to employees and neighbors alike. Controlling and abating these odors is a challenge. One particular plant located in a rural area of North Carolina, with a community of…
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