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Case Study

Dog Kennel – Animal Waste

Odor Control

Problem

The odors generated from animal waste in dog kennels can be extremely strong. Many kennel operators and owners have chronic problems in controlling odors which are a problem within the confines of the kennel itself, as well as in the septic tanks and holding ponds at these sites.

Solution

Field tests were conducted by applying an Organic Product via a high-pressure hose-end sprayer at a rate of 6-8 oz./gal. of water. The product was also applied using the chemical intake line of a pressure washer. No additional cleaning steps were required since the operators normally rinsed the kennels daily with high-pressure water. The results in reduction of odor in kennels were immediate. Within 24 hours the odors generated from the septic systems and retention ponds were also greatly reduced. By using the organic product in the normal rinse application, the operators also discovered a residual benefit in reduction of odors in the septic systems and retention ponds. Another residual benefit was the reduction of concrete corrosion in the floors of the kennel from leaching hydrogen sulfide.

Conclusion

Incorporating the application of the Organic Product into the normal daily operation of the kennels controlled the odor problems at the test sites. Kennel odors were reduced immediately upon application and the odors emitted by the septic systems and retention ponds were under control within 24 hours. The organic product is being used in several livestock applications for odor control and fly infestation.

Our Products

Hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans
and ammonia odor control.

Landfills, Wastewaters, Septic tanks, Anaerobic digesters, RV holding tanks

Odors and solid waste control.

Animal farms, settling ponds,
lagoons and barns

Nutrients, yield, plant health and water holding capacity enhancement.

Crops, plants, soils, root systems

Residual hydrocarbon and odors remediation and control.

Oilfield produced, flowback and wastewaters

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