Issues with ambient odours could be annoying and exhausting for the people involved in this context. For the plant responsible of the odour emission, for the people that is exposed to environmental odours and for the authorities responsible of mantaining an adequate vital and equilibrated ambient air at work.
Odour perception is personal, subjective and volatile. Among the many important factors involved in the odour perception, memory plays a key role. Many times, citizens will complaint that their annoyance is not being taken seriously and there is a lack of understanding, and sometimes knowledge, of what happened in the past. Therefore, a successful process of odour management requires both a wide set of relevant information about the odour and an effective comunication strategy among the parties involved.
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