Pump stations


Municipal pumping stations often spread unpleasant odors to the surrounding communities. The characteristic smell of hydrogen sulfide, or sewage odor, is most prominent in the warmer seasons when high temperature affects the formation of the malodorous gas.

By adding ozone to the air ducts, which the sewage odor passes through before it is released from the station into the environment, undesirable odor compounds are broken down while microorganisms perish. The result is odorless emissions without toxic wastes and hazardous chemicals.

The ozone generator ContainerMaid, available in splash-proof IP65 aluminum chassis, removes sewage smell very effectively, even under adverse conditions of high humidity. The generator is fully automatic with low energy consumption, and extraordinary reliability reduces the required frequency of visits to the station.

We deliver custom applications for the optimal solution for your community.