The Florida Water Resources Conference is planned for April 29 through May 4 in Orlando, Florida at the Renaissance SeaWorld Resort. There will be a two-day technical program covering topics in wastewater, collection systems, regulatory issues and potable systems, to name but a few. Odor in wastewater treatment plants is one of the many topics that will be presented.
Visit Booth #804 - 807, where Kruger (a Veolia Water company) will be located at MTS Environmental booths. MTS, as a representative for Kruger, provides the OdoWatch technology to municipal wastewater treatment plants in Florida. Kruger will have on display a functional model of the OdoWatch eNose. Kruger Product Manager Sharon Paterson will be there to answer your questions about OdoWatch, and why several U.S. municipalities rely on it every day for proactive odor management.
Florida Water Resources Conference, Inc. ("FWRC") is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, which provides an annual educational and technical, multi-day conference servicing individuals in the water and wastewater industry. FWRC is a joint conference of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association, the Florida Water Environment Association, and the Florida Water and Pollution Control Operators Association.
What if you never had to pay for an odor study again? What if you could diagnose odor problems in minutes instead of hours or days? How much could you save? Find out at the upcoming FWRC event!
The OdoWatch real-time odor monitoring system will be on display at the Florida Water Resources Conference next week, May 1 - 4 in Kissimmee, Florida. Visit us at the Kruger Booth (in the MTS Environmental aisle, booths 224 - 230) to see a demonstration of the OdoWatch eNose technology and learn how your wastewater treatment facility can benefit from the most advanced technology in the world to measure and manage odors.
Find out more about how to register for the conference at: http://www.fwrc.org/
OdoWatch is the only technology that measures odors the way humans experience them, in D/T or odor units. Together with the real-time dispersion model created from actual on-site weather data and the emissions from odor sources, OdoWatch shows you current, color-coded plumes where odor concentrations may be a nuisance. No other technology provides such accurate, timely information on odors.
You can also find information on OdoSulf, the newest H2S monitoring technology that can combine with OdoWatch or stand on its own to provide real-time plumes of hydrogen sulfide impact.
Contact Sharon Paterson, Kruger Product Manager for OdoWatch at email@example.com to arrange a demonstration or to obtain detailed information on this "best available" technology in advance of the conference. See you at the event!