The control of a biotrickling filter

C.P.M. van Lith, S.P.P. Ottengraf, R.M.M. Diks

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    Emissions from composting plants must be reduced with high efficiencies by means of closed systems and treatment of ventilation air. Biofilters are used for air treatment, however these systems have several disadvantages, e.g. large required filter mols. and low controllability. A promising new technol. is bio-trickling filtration. From Jan. 1994 to Aug. 1994 a pilot test with a air-trickling filter (supplied by Clair-Tech) will be preformed at a composting plant. DHV will perform the project management, the coordination of the test and the odor measurements, while the Tech. University of Eindhoven will give scientific support. The test is partly financed by a governmental organization. [on SciFinder (R)]
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBiological waste gas cleaning
    Place of PublicationDuesseldorf
    ISBN (Print)3-18-091104-2
    Publication statusPublished - 1994
    Eventconference; Tagung Heidelberg, 9. bis 11. Maerz -
    Duration: 1 Jan 1994 → …

    Publication series

    ISSN (Print)0083-5560


    Conferenceconference; Tagung Heidelberg, 9. bis 11. Maerz
    Period1/01/94 → …
    OtherTagung Heidelberg, 9. bis 11. Maerz


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