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I've been in the wastewater business for 30 years - 15 in municipal management and operations, and 15 with a rural water organization. I've seen populations and communities continue to grow and expand, and subsequently, the need to treat wastewater means more facilities near homes.
Questions that most often come to mind when testing wastewater collection streams are, "where do odors originate from?", "what type of odors are present and in what quantities?" and, "what can I do to resolve these odor/corrosion issues?'".
In the past 11 years I've traveled the states of Kentucky and Tennessee working with wastewater utilities. I’ve seen many problems that can arise in both the collection system and at the wastewater treatment plant.
Aulick Chemical Solutions' chemical engineering staff has conceived and designed a unique product called SGC-520. This product was compounded as an answer to the problem of fugitive odors from active decomposition of organic matter (aka.”sewerage”) by microorganisms. Examples of this
The initial incentive for treating water with chemicals was to disinfect and to remove dirt (particulate). Technologies to remove particulate are well established and continue to be developed. Disinfection enjoys that same status with halogenation, with chlorine being