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Main Title Investigation of odor control in the rendering industry
Author Doty, D. M. ; Sno, R. H. ; Reilic, H. G.
CORP Author Fats and Proteins Research Foundation, Inc., Des Plaines, Ill.
Publisher EPA, Office of Research and Monitoring,
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-R2-72-088; EPA-68-02-0260
Stock Number PB-213 386
OCLC Number 15259025
Subjects ( Air pollution control equipment ; Odor control) ; ( Scrubbers ; Odor control) ; Air pollution ; Design ; Performance evaluation ; Cost estimates ; Oxidizers ; Sodium hypochlorite ; Food processing ; Industrial plants ; Afterburners ; Combustion ; Adsorption ; Activated carbon treatment ; Capital costs ; Operating costs ; Incinerators ; Gas analysis ; Rendering plants ; Air pollution control
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution control equipment ; Odor control) ; ( Scrubbers ; Odor control) ; Air pollution ; Design ; Performance evaluation ; Cost estimates ; Oxidizers ; Sodium hypochlorite ; Food processing ; Industrial plants ; Afterburners ; Combustion ; Adsorption ; Activated carbon treatment ; Capital costs ; Operating costs ; Incinerators ; Gas analysis ; Rendering plants ; Air pollution control
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EKAD  EPA-R2-72-088 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 03/09/2001
EKBD  EPA-R2-72-088 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 06/15/2001
ELBD RPS EPA R2-72-088 repository copy AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 09/16/2019
NTIS  PB-213 386 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation viii, 142 pages illustrations
Abstract
The control of rendering plant odors was investigated, both as to equipment cost and design, and experimental performance. The design studies indicated that scrubbers are the most economical method. The compounds mainly responsible for rendering odors were identified. Exploratory bubbler tests were done with a list of scrubbing reagents, and the most promising were further tested in a packed scrubbing column of pilot size. Other systems tested but not as economical included direct fired incinerators, catalytic bed afterburners, and carbon bed adsorption.