Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by waste treatment systems may lead to major impacts such as toxic air levels, discomfort incidents and annoying odours. The main objectives of this work were to identify and
quantify selected VOCs, emitted during waste collection and processing, to control exposure hazards. An analytical method, previously developed and validated in our laboratory, for the determination of VOCs within a wide range of volatility and polarity and with variable concentrations was used.
CitationTorrado, S.; Rosell, M.; Gallego, E. Analysis of volatile organic compounds in a waste collection centre using multisorbent adsorption and GC/MS thermal desoprtion system. A: Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Society of Chromatography. "IX Scientific Meeting of the Spanish Society of Chromatography". Donostia - San Sebastián: 2009, p. 83.
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