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What is the term for gas in neighbourhood coming from the sewage treatment plant?

Asked by flo (12381points) 1 month ago

What is the term for gas in the neighbourhood coming from the sewage treatment plant. It’s not necessarily about what the follwing link is referring to.

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flo's avatar

Very strong overwhelming smell the word gas is part of the term.

stanleybmanly's avatar

The term is gas or effluent. The term for the neighborhood—ghetto, wrong side of the tracks, etc. There are no sewage plants near the rich folks.

LuckyGuy's avatar

We say sewer gas.

janbb's avatar

Noxious gas or noxious odor

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Methane sewer gas?

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seawulf575's avatar

Many sewer treatment plants create quite a bit of methane. Bigger ones actually capture the gas and utilize it for other things.

flo's avatar

@LuckyGuy‘s “sewer gas” and @stanleybmanly‘s “effluent” are in Wikipedia, But “effluent” only appears at the very bottom under “Sewerage”. @SQUEEKY2‘s “methane sewer gas” doesn’t appear anywhere, I don’t understand.
And I used Ctrl F to find all three terms here: with None are there. I don’t understand.

flo's avatar

…The link in my post just above post

flo's avatar

@seawulf575 It’s amazing isn’t it?

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