A large metropolitan city in the Midwest was experiencing excessive H2S gas levels in an area of its wastewater collection system. The resulting odors brought in numerous complaints.
A field investigation by United’s Wastewater Specialists determined that high levels of fats, oils and grease (FOG) in the collection system were the major contributing factor to the H2S generation and odors.
A program was designed to control the FOG, utilizing United’s patent pending Inter-Core Technology blocks.
Products put in use include:
The use of the blocks has been effective in controlling the FOG and H2S odors. The municipality testing data was recorded and documented in the chart shown. The chart was provided by the municipality and supports the findings that H2S levels dropped significantly. The high level before start of treatment was 17.38 ppm, and immediately dropped upon application of United 988 and United 856. Subsequently, levels remained well below the danger levels, dropping to lows of 0 ppm and an average of 0.51 ppm over 8 months.
Recommendations submitted by the United Wastewater Treatment Specialist were implemented and the H2S gas problem was resolved. The United program continued to be followed by the municipality using the specially formulated bacteria blocks to eliminate the H2S gas problem from reoccurring. United’s bacteria blocks contain a unique strain of bacteria in high concentrations that allows for a very dangerous situation to be contained and controlled.