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RECORD NUMBER: 208 OF 281
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Preliminary Assessment of Odor Emissions from the Bondi Island WWTP, Recommendations for Further Study.|
|CORP Author||Smith (J.M.) and Associates, Portland, ME.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Municipal Facilities Div.|
|Publisher||18 May 90|
|Additional Subjects||Odor control ; Sewage treatment plants ; Waste water treatment ; Municipal wastes ; Odors ; Facilities management ; Design criteria ; Environmental engineering ; Air pollution control ; Municipalities ; Site surveys ; Springfield(Massachusetts)|
The Bondi Island Wastewater Treatment Plant, serving the City of Springfield, Massachusetts and surrounding communities, has a long history of odor problems. The City is currently implementing a phased approach to odor control through operational and design modifications, and by covering of tanks and treating the odorous air. At the request of the City, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offered technical assistance to help resolve the odor problems. On April 23, 1990, a preliminary site visit of the facilities was conducted.