Month: March 2000
Making sense of smell
Gas molecules locked up in a solute do not smell. Surfactant Induced Absorption Technology (SIAT), by harnessing the principles of acid rain, achieves unprecedented results in the removal of odorous gases from air. Dave Stanley, E3 Consultants, explains the technology, now available on wheels.
Bangkok’s multi-storey sewage solution
Bangkok's Yannawa WwTW was officially opened last December, marking the end of a $180M project started in 1994. The restricted area available for the plant required an extremely space-efficient treatment process and some novel sewer routing. John Senior of Ove Arup & Partners International reports.
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