A common side effect of wastewater treatment processes is the unpleasant odor that can linger near the plant, annoying neighbors, who complain. Often, the wastewater treatment plant was built many years ago in an isolated part of town. Over the years, the town’s population grew until subdivisions were developed next to the treatment plant. The new neighbors, offended by the odors, expect a resolution and know how to have their complaints taken seriously. Odor complaints become a political problem that must be solved. Budgets are allocated to study and solve the odor problem. Professional consultants are retained. Odor sources are identified and odor levels are quantified. Solutions are explored.
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