NCOS Air and Odor Treatment Facility, City of Los Angeles
Friday November 3rd, 8:30 – 10:30
Free registration is on a first come, first served basis and SPACE IS LIMITED! Book your space online Today!
The City of Los Angeles has a long history of implementing proactive and innovative steps to control odors from its interceptor collection system including using chemical addition to control odors with an extensive use of magnesium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide. In 2010, the City had been working to improve odor control in several areas identified by local community groups. Air treatment facilities (ATFs) with known or predicted odor “areas of concern” were included in the 2004 Collection System Settlement Agreement (CSSA). A study of air flow in the City’s wastewater collection system was conducted between January 2008 and August 2010. In this site visit, we welcome you to NCOS Air treatment facility, City of Los Angeles with capacity of 12000 cfm.