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Winery Wastewater and Odor Control

Joffrey Bourdareau \ January 12, 2020

Through improved wastewater management and odor control, there are many benefits for using Magnesium Hydroxide within the wastewater systems of the wine industry.

Wineries are a relaxing retreat where people love to holiday and day trip. Enjoying the environment and experience that comes with amazing wine. Wastewater is the last thing that visitors want to think about at that time.

It is this reason that it’s so important to keep the wastewater system out of sight and out of mind. pH and odor control of the wastewater systems are critical parameters to ensure that the wastewater system is operating unnoticed. IER has solutions tailored for the wine industry that eliminates the risk of creating odor which can affect sales and the cellar door experience.

In this webinar, Michael Wheatland, Sam Sood and Ralph Lloyd-Smith discussed the impact that Magnesium Hydroxide has had on the winery industry.

AMALGAM for odor & corrosion control

Unlike other agents, which can be costly, potentially hazardous, and targeted at a single issue, AMALGAM offers a safe and cost-effective strategy for managing odor.

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