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Title: Minimization of Odors and Corrosion in Collection Systems (Phase 1)

PROJECT NUMBER:

04-CTS-1

PROJECT MANAGER:

Amit Pramanik (x), Ph.D., BCEEM
The Water Research Foundation

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Dirk Apgar, P.E., PMP
King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks
dirk.apgar@kingcounty.gov

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

11/8/2007

TOTAL FUNDING:

$200,000.00

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

This report summarize the current knowledge of odor and corrosion in collection systems pulled from a literature survey of over 4,000 published abstracts and gray literature sources supplied by utilities, manufacturers, and vendors in an effort to better explain the science underlying odor generation, sewer ventilation, odor characterization and monitoring, and corrosion mechanisms. A "plain-English" overview of odor and corrosion in collection systems, including how odor- and corrosion-causing compounds are formed and what to do to control them, is presented. The report provides an overview of odor- and corrosion-causing compounds and combines expertise regarding utility and asset management, affordability, regulatory and permitting, public outreach, characterization, assessment and measurement, and system planning, design, odor and corrosion abatement, and operation and maintenance. Published by WERF. 232 pages. Soft cover and online PDF. (2007)

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