H2S Removal for Odor Control

H2S Treatment for Odor Control and Safety

MV Technologies OdorFilter Systems are in use at various processing facilities and petrochemical plants for the removal of mercaptan and hydrogen sulfide-based odors emitted during procedures such as loading and offloading refined products from storage tanks to truckload or railcars. Often times, these odor emissions are not only a source of public complaints, but also a safety consideration for the employees on site.

Odor is one of the biggest problems facing facilities like transfer stations and landfills. The presence of noxious H2S and other odorous mercaptans pose a health, safety, and environmental risk for operators and managers, and typically require specialized solutions. MV Technologies resolves the problem, providing complete packages that include vapor collection system, oil vapor filtration, and optimized low-cost sulfur removal with various media options for the client to choose from.

We act as a resource to industrial facilities and individuals charged with responsibility of eliminating the safety and environmental risks related to site emissions, assisting our clients with a better understanding of all available options to remediate the problem through a customized approach to our odor control solutions, meeting the specific needs of each location.

Additionally, in evaluating Odor Control approaches, it is important to understand Total Cost of Ownership including Media Costs and Operator Requirements. The cost per pound of H2S removed is a critical metric to help determine the right solution, as well as the equipment integration with site configuration, and the maintenance schedule of the OdorFilter. MV Technologies provides all the necessary details to help our clients determine which solution will suit your objectives, and allow you to apply a structured approach to comparing equipment and operating costs, in order to make an educated decision for odor control.

The Baseline for Comparison of TCO is Cost per Pound/Kilogram of H2S Removed per Unit Time under your operating conditions.