Compost Odor Articles

  • Case study - Galway City Compost Facility

    Facility Owner: Galway City Council Contact: Mr Garry O’Lochlainn, Galway City Council Location: Carrowbrowne Compost Facility, Headford Road, Galway Contact: 00-353-21-462-1721 Site Area: 2 acres Feed stock: Source separated household and commercial organics (landscape, food, paper, wood) Capacity: 9,000 tpa Commissioned: Due in November, 2007 Facility ...

  • Benefits of composting at home

    There are a lot of ways that we can take part in helping save the environment. Ways include water management, smart shopping, fuel efficiency and recycling. However, the most environmentally valuable action that we can all take part is composting. Through composting, we are helping out in reducing the overflow of worldwide waste considering that majority of the landfills are becoming more ...


    By Biofinch Ltd.

  • Composting dairy solids with the ac composter

    In October, ECS began conducting trials at California State University Fresno to explore using the new patent pending AC Composter system to manage dairy manure solids and comply with air-quality standards. A two-zone portable pilot system was delivered by ECS and installed at the CSUF's research dairy. This research is being conducted with funds from a USDA Small Business Innovative Research ...

  • The effects of bioadditive in the form of yeasts and zeolite on the composting process and odour emission

    The objectives of this paper are to determine the effectiveness of bioadditive in the form of yeasts and zeolite in reducing odour and ammonia emissions during composting and to assess its effects on the process. Two series of experiments were conducted. The higher dosage treatments reached thermophilic temperatures sooner and the high temperatures stayed longer. The application of bioadditive at ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The effects of bioadditive in the form of yeasts and zeolite on the composting process and odour emission

    The objectives of this paper are to determine the effectiveness of bioadditive in the form of yeasts and zeolite in reducing odour and ammonia emissions during composting and to assess its effects on the process. Two series of experiments were conducted. The higher dosage treatments reached thermophilic temperatures sooner and the high temperatures stayed longer. The application of bioadditive at ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Municipal composting - Case Study

    Application TEG Environmental are world leaders in rapid composting, and as part of a major programme to cut the amount of municipal waste going to landfill, they are installing new state of the art “in-vessel” composting facilities in Rochdale and Bredbury. These will be capable of handling 180,000 tonnes of green and food waste each year, and are scheduled to come on stream ...

  • Ohio supermarket composting

    State and grocery chain commitment lead to successful food waste diversion pilot that could motivate others to replicate program. IN JULY 2008, the Kroger supermarket chain decided to expand its active role in the community to include an environmental element. The company’s first food scrap composting program was rolled out in 24 Ohio stores. In just four months, more than 650 tons of food waste ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Odourless composting in Brussels

    Located in the small city of Vorst, which is part of the greater Brussels area, Brussels Compost was faced with the problem of being surrounded by residential areas. The outside composting process produced quite an odour, and as a result of the complaints from the surrounding neighbourhood, renewal of their operating permit was uncertain. Relocation was not an option so Brussels Compost decided ...


  • Pilot project cuts odor, cost for humanure compost

    Utah Valley Daily Herald Article on the benifits on using micro-pore membrane compost covers when composting highly odorus material.  In February of 2009 Utah Valley's North Sewer Distirict conducted a pilot study to determine the effectivness of mirco-pore membrane compost covers in reducing odors from biosolids (sewage sludge) composting.  Odor testing was conducted over a term of one ...

  • A cost-effective method for controlling compost air emissions

    In October 2007, ECS began conducting trials at California State University Fresno (CSUF) to explore using the new patent pending AC Composter (ACC) covered aerated static pile system to manage dairy manure solids and comply with airquality standards. A two-zone portable pilot system was delivered by ECS and installed at the CSUF research dairy. This research is being conducted under a Phase I ...

  • Corrosive free compost facility for Waste Options Nantucket

    Veldeman’s daughter company, Universal Fabric Structures was appointed by Nantucket Waste Options to construct their aeration and biofilter structures. More then 5.500m² of TFS structures in a custom layout meet the island wind loads and provide a corrosive free environment while solving waste disposal on the island. The biofilter will store the compost and odor control media for 2-3 years ...


    By Veldeman Structure Solutions

  • Odour emissions from MSW composting process steps

    This study brought to the definition and the calculation of Odour Emission Factors (OEFs), which enable the estimation of odour emissions from a composting plant by relating the quantity of odour emitted to the atmosphere to a given associated activity. The results show that the aerobic biological treatment has the highest odour impact, with an OEF of 1.4 ? 108 ouE t−1. Moreover, the efficiency ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Mariposa compost facility odor remediation update

    Staring in the winter of 2006 the staff at the Mariposa Compost Facility worked quickly to make process changes to bring odor issues under control. Here is the latest chapter in their story. Odor (incident) Logs In January 2007 the Local Environmental Agency (LEA) provided "odor logs" to the county residents that were troubled by the compost facility's odors. The odor logs were ...

  • Odour pollution problems caused by composting activities in flanders: current situation and abatement strategies

    In Flanders, garden fruit and vegetable (GFV) waste is selectively collected and composted in 7 composting plants, in six of which aerobic indoor composting is used. In the seventh plant waste is anaerobically digested first followed by an aerobic post-treatment. The total amount of waste composted was about 275 000 tons in 1997 (OVAM, 1999). The nominal capacity of the composting plants varies ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

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