Applications for Neutrapak

Odour Control at remote locations

Neutralising Odours with No Power & No Water

Many industries generate odours as a natural part of the process. In a recent DEFRA Survey in 2011, Sewage Treatment, Waste Processing and Animal Rendering were found to have the highest number of complaints for causing an odour nuisance (to give it its legal term).

These processes are notorious for generating odours leading to complaints to local authorities and (more recently) legal action. This increases the site managers’ operating costs and as it usually gets into the media it affects reputations too.

This can be particularly difficult in remote locations. As Neutrapaks do not require power or water to control odours, they are the ideal solution.


Sewage Treatment Odour can be Neutralised

Rising population density means increased sewage capacity is needed and as housing developments expand into the surrounding countryside, inevitably more people will come into contact with sewage treatment.

Combine this with reduced tolerance of malodours and increased understanding of how to complain and take legal action against operators and we have a much increased need to find a solution which not only masks or reduces odour but one that effectively neutralises it.

Neutrapak can be used throughout the sewage treatment process, (even around settlement ponds) to neutralise odours.

Rapid Deployment of odour Control

Controlling Animal Rendering Odour

Fallen stock, as well as meat, fish or poultry no longer fit to be in the human food chain is processed in an animal rendering plant.

Every part of the carcass is processed. Some is used in animal food, and other products such as bone meal and tallow are made.

As the animal remains decompose, powerful and highly unpleasant odours are given off.

Meat rendering plants are closely monitored and follow a strict code of practice to minimise the effect on surrounding populations and their workforce. Natures’ deodorants of tree and plant resins and chemicals can be used in Neutrapak to neutralise these odours.

Odour Control of food Waste

Landfill, Household and Food Waste

Household waste processing, especially food waste presents great challenges. As it breaks down, it gives off strong odours.

More local authorities are successfully separating food waste and using it in energy from waste plants, odours have intensified, and the problem is more acute.

Neutrapaks have been used in food waste receiving areas to neutralise odours. Landfill sites (especially those in close proximity to residential or urban areas) have found that Neutrapak prevents odours from affecting neighbouring properties and the public.


Other Applications of Neutrapak:

These are just a few additional applications where Neutrapak can be effective:

  • Meat, and Bone Meal Processing
  • Food Processing
  • Sludge Tanks
  • Ponds and other contained water
  • Silos
  • Industrial scale composting
  • Biofuel and EfW plants
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Tank and Gully Cleaning