THE ODOUR CHALLENGES
If you’re involved with treating industrial and domestic effluent, you’re probably used to dealing with odour pollution and bioaerosols. These side products can cause a nuisance for the local community and lead to odour complaints. This is especially true if the treatment plant is located close to residential housing or land allocated for commercial use. If you’re dealing with an older plant, the scale and open design can add to the problem even further. Not only that, but on-site loading and unloading of vehicles can also contribute to local air pollution.
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
Everyone has always been really helpful and takes the time to clearly explain. General advice has been great.
Just letting you know that the Sopers Lane scheme in Poole has just been granted planning permission. You did the odour emissions factor collection work for us. Your insight was particularly useful in helping us tailor and focus the arguments we put forward in our dispersion modelling report. So many thanks for that!
Efficient and reliable.
Great friendly staff and very accommodating of our needs – despite us having to change the date of sampling/ analysis several times!