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  • Odor No More, Inc. Signs National Purchasing Agreement with Waste Industries USA

    WESTMINSTER, CA – (June 14, 2017) Odor-No-More, Inc., a subsidiary of BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB : BLGO), announced it has signed a National Purchasing Agreement with Waste Industries headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. The agreement entitles all Waste Industries facilities
    to purchase CupriDyne® Clean at negotiated rates and enables Odor No More, Inc. to offer CupriDyne Clean to all their facilities. Read more…

  • Biolargos Odor-No-More to Revolutionize Waste Handling Industry with Industrial Odor Control Product CupriDyne™ Clean

    DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE – (June 6, 2017) Anyone who’s taken the trash out to the garbage cans knows that trash smells. And, we’re thankful when the trash truck comes by once a week to collect it. The waste handling industry, which exceeds $75 Billion annually in the U.S. makes our smelly trash and sewage “go away” without us giving it a second thought. While our trash and sewage seems to magically disappear from our lives, we know it has to end up somewhere. Read more…

  • Odor-No-More, Inc. signs National Purchasing Agreement with Waste Connections

    WESTMINSTER, CA – (April 21, 2017) Odor-No-More, Inc., a subsidiary of BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB : BLGO),
    announced it has signed a “National Purchasing Agreement” (“NPA”) with Waste Connections, Inc., a
    leading integrated solid waste and recycling service company headquartered in The Woodlands, TX. Read more…

 

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  • CupriDyne Clean Tackles the Toughest Odors

    WASTE360 – (Apr 26, 2017) Odor-No-More was recruited by a waste industry leader to help solve odor issues related to MSW and organic residuals. Read more…

  • Odor Management Is a Must

    WASTE360 – (Nov 19, 2014) Recent mandates to further organics diversion will result in greater material volume, which, in turn, will spur the need for new facilities and the expansion of existing ones. Facilities that currently process only yard trimmings and choose to expand to include food residuals will require additional regulatory approvals. Read more…

  • Odor Management: Part 2

    WASTE360 – (Feb 25, 2015) My previous column noted that composting and anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities which operate in harmony with neighboring communities provide an incentive for approval of new facilities and expansion of existing ones. Now I will explore some causes of odors at organics recycling facilities and tools that are available to prevent and control odors. Although the following discussion will focus on composting facilities, most of the information can be applied to AD facilities as well. Read more…

  • Odor Management Part 3: The Basics of Odor Science

    WASTE360 – (Sep 07, 2015) Previous articles have established the importance of controlling odors at composting facilities and initiated discussion on some of the tools available for odor management. This article will discuss the basics of odor science and how it relates to odor control. Although this article focuses on composting facilities, the same principles apply to all organic recovery facilities as well as to landfills and other waste disposal facilities. Read more…

  • Odor Management Part 4: Practical Aspects

    WASTE360 – (Sep 07, 2015) There are numerous potential sources of odor at composting facilities, including feedstock delivery, the composting process and materials handling operations. While the active composting phase is typically the primary source of odor, poor management practices can significantly increase odor levels produced from other sources. Read more…

Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
National Waste & Recycling Association
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
National Waste & Recycling Association
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
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National Waste & Recycling Association
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
National Waste & Recycling Association
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)