Filtering Gaseous by-Products of Municipal Water Treatment
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Municipal sewage treatment plants use sophisticated methods to treat wastewater. Odors emitted by sewage treatment are typically an indication of an anaerobic or "septic" condition. Early stages of wastewater processing will tend to produce foul smelling gases, with hydrogen sulphide being most common in generating complaints. To protect their employees, residents living near the facility, and the environment, water treatment plants incorporate highly efficient filtering systems using stacked filter elements.
But, these filtering systems are only as efficient as the filter elements used in them. Dynamic Filtration’s Sewn End Filter Elements offer superior quality and a longer filter service life. Each filter can be refurbished multiple times and then retired in the most environmentally responsible method possible. The result: more efficient gas filtration, cleaner air, and a healthier environment.
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