A standard methodology is presented to remediate odour nuisance at sewage treatment plants. The basic procedure of this methodology is formed by a conscious scheme which integrates all relevant steps in the remediation process (investigative actions, migitating measures, communication, etc.). Theaim of this methodology is to obtain a realistic plan of action, keeping count with local boundary conditions (available resources, available knowledge, certainty about the causes, etc.). In this way, the methodology functions also as a backbone when a well defined odour regulation is lacking, as is the case in Flanders for the moment.
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Research Article| March 01 2000
A conscious scheme for remediation of odour nuisance at sewage treatment plants
B. De heyder;
Water Sci Technol (2000) 41 (6): 9–16.
B. De heyder, C. Thoeye; A conscious scheme for remediation of odour nuisance at sewage treatment plants. Water Sci Technol 1 March 2000; 41 (6): 9–16. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2000.0087
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