VOCs waste gas can be effectively adsorbed in the zeolite after passing through the hydrophobic zeolite concentration runner to achieve the purpose of removal. The clean gas of volatile organic compounds adsorbed by the zeolite is directly discharged into the atmosphere through the chimney. The runner rotates continuously at the speed of 1-6 revolutions per hour, while the adsorbed volatile organic compounds are transmitted to the desorption area. A small stream of heated gas is used in the desorption area to desorb volatile organic compounds, and the desorbed zeolite wheel rotates to the adsorption area to continuously adsorb volatile organic gases. The concentrated organic waste gas after desorption is sent to the incinerator for combustion and conversion into carbon dioxide and water vapor and discharged into the atmosphere.