CEO Paul Turgeon was recently interviewed by Chemicals Knowledge Hub (CNH) about the Anue Geomembrane Covers with carbon embedded filters for odor control system in wastewater. The full article has been published on the CKH website, and we are happy to share it with all of you!
What They Discussed
Anue has recently launched Geomembrane Covers with embedded carbon filters for odor control system in wastewater to the entirety of North America as well as the Caribbean regions. We are now able to bring our wastewater odor control technology to more municipalities and companies. In this interview, Mr. Turgeon focused especially on the technology behind our geomembrane systems and how they help with odor control for wastewater treatment plants. He also sheds some light on the environmental impact of these customizable covers and how they work so effectively to eliminate odors.
A Highlight from the Odor Control System in Wastewater Interview
“The technology consists of high strength geo-membranes – very low permeability synthetic liners that control fluid migration. These geo-membranes are made from a proprietary material with superior tensile strength and chemical resistance, and they are fitted with pockets containing replaceable filter media. These activated carbon impregnated filters are breathable, allowing air and water to pass through while trapping the odour, and they are custom engineered to fit each application.
“With an ability to remove all odours, including those from sulfide and ammonia build-up, which can be difficult to control, the geo-membranes can be used in practically any application. There has been a lot of early uptake in the food and beverage industry, for example, and geo-membranes are also being used as vent covers in the petrochemical industry to prevent noxious gasses from escaping.”
If you have questions or would like to discuss how these wastewater odor control systems can work for you, please give us a call at 760-727-2683 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help!