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Odour Measurements at Different Methanisation Sites

Abstract : The number of methanisation production sites increase in Europe. However, the installation of a new site sometimes creates problems with the neighborhood of the sites. The main concern is odours. To respond to these fears, the odour levels emitted by 3 biogas production plants were measured. In order to study the methanisation diversity, different waste treatment plants have been monitored. The waste came from farming (manure, slurry), WWTP sludge, or agro-food were compared. For each plant, 5 sources were investigated. A one year survey indicates that odour emissions changed according to the season. For each site, the main potential odour annoyance impact comes from the input preparation area.
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Sandrine Bayle, Axelle Cadiere, Stéphane Cariou, Jean-François Desprès, Marion Fages, et al.. Odour Measurements at Different Methanisation Sites. Chemical Engineering Transactions, AIDIC, 2018, 68, pp.79-84. ⟨10.3303/CET1868014⟩. ⟨hal-03583389⟩



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