Dry Vapour Unit to Reduce Odours

The site team have installed a Dry Vapour unit which, through a system of temporary pipework, releases dry vapour that prevents the release of nuisance odours from the site’s tank.

The vapour that is produced captures and neutralises hydrogen sulphide, ammonia, methane, and other heavy odours. The unit uses between 1 and 2.5 litres of water per week (depending on odour), compared to thousands of litres, mixed with scented fragrances in high/low pressure spray nozzle systems.


  • Using the Dry Vapour Unit to neutralise unwanted odours will reduce costs normally attributed with water & fragrant usage.
  • Oxi-Max is produced from natural products and are non-chemical.
  • Larger Dry Vapour Units can be installed on waste & recycling sites within 2-3 hours, minimising disruption to essential works.
  • Lorry or truck Dry Vapour units can be fitted to vehicles within several hours, operated within the cab area with an on/off switch.

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