January 22nd, 2018

“Clearing the Air” News Round Up: Water Infrastructure Priority; Food Processing Industry Outlook; and Pinellas County Water Reclamation Upgrades

Welcome to the “Clearing the Air” News Round Up post from OMI Industries. We have compiled the latest industrial odor control news stories for your reference, arming you with the right information to keep your facilities odor-free. If you have any news that you would like our team to cover, please send us a message here.

Investment in Water Infrastructure as a National Priority

It is imperative that national elected officials put forward infrastructure legislation that helps our water infrastructure, according to this recent Op-Ed in The Hill.

Pinellas County Water Reclamation Facility Gets Biosolids Facility Upgrades

South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility in Pinellas County, Florida, will be installing a state-of-the-art biosolids dewatering system to enhance resource recovery and support the county’s sustainability goals.

2018 Food Processing Industry Outlook

Food Processing Magazine is offering this comprehensive look into 2018 industry trends.

Winter Operations at the Frey Farm Landfill

The Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority in Pennsylvania reveals its winter operating procedures in this recent MSW Management article.

Redwood City to Extend Recycled Water Distribution Pipelines

The City of Redwood City, Calif., proposes to extend its existing recycled water distribution system from the Bayfront area of Redwood City into Central Redwood City.

New Research Improves Potential For Dairy Wastewater Resource Recovery

Researchers have developed a new process that can convert dairy wastewater byproducts into a substance that can be consumed by animals or even used as jet fuel.

Wastewater Treatment Odor Complaints from Chobani

Located in Twin Falls, Idaho, Greek yoghurt manufacturer Chobani has become a source of foul odor complaints from its wastewater treatment processes.



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