Article | May 30, 2022

How Liquid-Phase H2S Monitoring Can Reduce WWTP Risk And Corrosion

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At their best, wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) can include hostile environments. At worst, they can be deadly if workers are exposed to hydrogen sulfide gas that collects in confined spaces. Between those two extremes is a wide range of cost and performance circumstances that can be drastically impacted by accurately monitoring changes in wastewater composition that trigger fluctuating levels of hydrogen sulfide (H2S).

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