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Tourist boom ahead for Summer Houses as Landia’s mixers bring

Posted: Monday 25th April 2011

Mixer-aerator systems from Landia have helped boost tourist numbers on the west coast of Denmark where traditional Summer Houses are a very popular attraction.

With many Danish resorts depending on the rental of Summer Houses to accommodate national and visiting tourists, a significant dip in trade had occurred due to odour problems from a raw sewage lift-station. Low transfer of sewage during winter had caused the liquid and its contents to rot. As the warm weather arrived for the holiday season, the unpleasant odours went from bad to worse – just in time for the arrival of those looking forward to an enjoyable, relaxing holiday.

Benefitting from venturi nozzles, the Landia aerators simultaneously mix and aspirate air into the liquid. Just a few minutes of operation each day has successfully stopped the lift-station’s liquid from turning septic and now gives visitors to the Danish Summer Houses a holiday with only pleasing coastal fragrances on offer.

Landia have had extensive experience in reducing bad odours through their mixing/aeration equipment – most notably in Skjern, where local residents had complained bitterly about the foul odours emanating from the town’s paper mill – objections that almost closed it down. An aeration system from Landia, which creates millions of small air bubbles, completely eliminated the odour problem.

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