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A Dutch developer of organic filters that can be used as a last step in the reduction and control of odour is looking for distributors.
The filters make use of bacteria to breakdown harmful gases into harmless substances. The filters can be applied at slaughterhouses, rendering plants for animal waste, composting plants, food processing plants, agricultural facilities, waste water treatment plants and fish processing plant (fish meal). The company is looking for distribution partners.
Industrial processes in plants and factories can lead to odour pollution. This Dutch company provides organic filter materials (specifically heather, peat fibre and biomix) for biological odour treatment.
The type of biofiltration offered by this company uses bacteria to breakdown harmful gases into harmless substances. The bacteria are present in the company's moist filter medium. The filter media consists of heather, peat fibre and biomix. The heather and peat fibre can be supplied in compressed rolls and also as loose bulk. These substances can be mixed in any proportion (according to specifications of the gasses that need to be treated) in order to supply the biomix ready-to-use filter material required (delivered as loose bulk).
Heather has a pleasant smell and contains bacteria which are necessary for effective deodorization, is extremely suitable for use for high concentrations of odour for instance NH3 - ammonia, H2S-Hydrogen sulfide, etc. and provides excellent odour reduction (90 to 99 %). Heather also has a low pressure drop (low resistance) resulting in lower energy costs.
The filter can be applied among others at slaughterhouses, rendering plants for animal waste, composting plants, food processing plants, agricultural facilities, fish processing plants (fish meal), waste water treatment plants.
The company is looking for an a partner that knows the environmental sector and the industries mentioned above in its region. The companies is offering a partnership in the framework of a distribution agreement.
The filters of this company can be applied in a wide range of industries.
This biofilter has an airy open structure, is never too moist because redundant water runs through it and provides excellent odour reduction (90-99 %)
When the heather from the biofilter is replaced with a new medium (after 0.5-4 years) the wasted heather can be used as compost for soil improvement (e.g. in the agricultural sector).
Specific surface area of heather (1000-1500 m2/m3) is many times higher than other media commonly used in biofilters such as bark or root wood ( 250-500 m2/m3 ), meaning a much shorter start-up time.
Good knowledge of environmental sector.
Potential partners could be companies selling industrial filter products that would like to extend their product range with (a new type of) biological filters. The partner is expected to grow sales in its region by selling the biofilters to industries in need of odour reduction such as wastewater treatment plants, manure drying plants, rendering plants, compound feed manufacturers, factory farming, sugar refineries, coffee-roasting houses, slaughterhouses and composting plants.
The Dutch company provides information and training on the use of the biofilters to provide and maintain optimal odour reduction.