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Ecs rwm 2010 presentation

  1. 1. Dust & Odour Control<br />NEC, Birmingham<br />14-16 September 2010<br />Stand 1854<br />
  2. 2. NEW TO THIS SHOW<br />ECS IS HERE TO SHOWCASE ITS PROVEN DUST CONTROL TECHNIQUES<br />
  3. 3. Our Approach<br />Our philosophy to both dust and odour control is prevention rather than capture once released into the atmosphere.<br />
  4. 4. Dust Control<br />Historically , attempts to control airborne dust have involved the use of extraction plants, wet spray or misting systems.<br />Whilst all of these techniques work to an extent – there is another way – prevent the dust from getting airborne.<br />
  5. 5. Dust Control<br />Foam Dust Suppression<br />
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  15. 15. Dust Control<br />So how does foam work?<br />Foam is applied immediately prior to the dust creation point<br />As dust particles are created they collide with the foam bubbles and become wetted – thus increasing their mass and preventing the dust from getting airborne<br />Maximum dust capture, minimum moisture<br />
  16. 16. Dust Control<br />To apply foam you require:<br />Foam Generating Unit<br />Foaming Agent<br />Water<br />Power<br />Compressed air<br />Visit us at stand 1854 where we will be happy to explain in further detail how the system works<br />
  17. 17. Dust Control<br />Recycling and Waste Management Industry<br />Case Study: Equestrian Surfaces Ltd<br />
  18. 18. Dust Control<br />Other examples of foam use in recycling and waste processing<br />Wood Recycling<br />Plasterboard<br />Metal<br />
  19. 19. Dust Control<br />Alternative Techniques<br />Where foam systems are not suitable – we can provide alternative techniques such as misting systems.<br />An example of this is unloading / tipping areas.<br />
  20. 20. Odour Control<br />New for 2010 – ECS launches its Odour Control Division<br />Our products are formulated to either eliminate and neutralise the odour or alter its biological source. Many are engineered to combat specific odours and can also be mixed to suit.<br />
  21. 21. Odour Control<br />Solid Waste Odour Control Solutions<br /> These are our areas of focus at present:<br />Landfills<br />Transfer Stations<br />Recycling Plants<br />Compost Facilities<br />
  22. 22. Odour Control – BioStreme<br />Micronutrient based formulations for suppressing odour generation at source<br />BioStreme propagated facultative bacteria aggressively continue the decomposition process of organic matter while simultaneously eliminating the odour producing mechanism. <br />BioStreme can be applied to solid waste<br /> as a surface contact treatment or <br /> incorporated directly into the odour<br /> causing substrate.<br />
  23. 23. Odour Control – AirSolutionsOdour Neutralisers and Reactants<br />Engineered odour control solutions for atomising/misting applications<br />ECS AirSolutions quickly neutralise odour-causing molecules through active chemical processes, converting them into inoffensive end products.<br />Types of odours treated:<br />• Amines • Ammonia<br />• Mercaptans • H2S<br />• Organic acid odours <br />• Phenol odours <br />
  24. 24. Odour Control<br />ECS allows site operators to effectively and economically reduce if not eliminate off-site odour complaints by preventing them getting airborne or capturing them if they have become airborne.<br />
  25. 25. Thank you for your attention.<br />Happy to discuss your requirement at stand<br />1854.<br />

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