Odor processing

There are smells everywhere and they can rapidly become unpleasant. These therefore have to be processed to comply with regulations, avoid the displeasure of residents and premature deterioration of equipment due to corrosion.

The John Cockerill Environment deodorization systems are for food manufacturers, paper, chemicals... but they are also for the authorities in charge of wastewater treatment plants, composting centers, waste sorting plants, biogas, etc.

John Cockerill Environment assists its clients in drafting specifications, and designs and manufactures suitable odor treatment solutions.

How are they treated?

Based on all the site factors, John Cockerill Environment determines the optimal treatment solution that will meet the economic and technical constraints of industry and public bodies.

Our teams use different technologies, alone or in combination:

  • Biofiltration
  • Gas scrubbing
  • AC filtration
  • Thermal oxidation

Which pollutants do we treat?

  • Sulfur compounds: hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans…
  • Nitrogen compounds: ammonia, amines
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOC): aldehydes, ketones, esters, hydrocarbons, etc.

John Cockerill Environment possesses its own olfactory expertise center (dynamic method) in order to characterize odors and their effects on human perception. A tool which represents a major advantage for research projects in the domain of odor measurement, whether to optimize the functionalities of an existing installation or to evaluate the effectiveness of odor-removal measures envisaged according to the different technologies employed.

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