In Byers atomization systems, odor neutralizer is injected into a high-pressure water source creating tiny ultra-fine (<10 microns) atomized (fog) droplets that stay airborne and move with the air stream to come in contact with and adsorb malodor molecules resulting in odor mitigation, not masking. The overall volume of ultra-fine neutralizer droplets creates significant surface area, increasing the system’s ability to adsorb malodors. Atomization systems are a good alternative to vapor-phase systems for applications that are not passively venting. Examples include large exhaust fans and points where HVAC exhausts to ambient air.