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Olfasense 2018 Technical Training Day is here. The editor of olores.org invited as keynote speaker

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olfasense training day   One more year the people of Olfasense is organizing a Technical Training day.  These successful Olfasense Workshops on Product and Material Testing and the Technical Training days have being going on for a few years as a way to introduce new advances and technologies available for a better estimation of the odour emission. This year, the editor of this website has been invited to a present the state of the revision of the EN 13725.

   On a yearly basis, Olfasense organizes these events in order to both discuss the state of the technology, and to have a practical hands on session on equipment and methods. This time the Odour Workshop on P&M Testing is planned for the 17th of January 2018 and the Technical Training Day is scheduled for the following day, 18th of January 2018. The editor of this website has been invited to present the last advances of the Working Group 2 of the Technical Committee 264 'Air quality - Determination of odour concentration by dynamic olfactometry'.

The next Odour Study Day from Silsoe Odours will take place on the 16th November 2017

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OdourStudyDay2 s   The next Odour Study Day from Silsoe Odours will take place on the 16th November 2017, at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, UK. This popular one day course will be beneficial to regulators, odorous industries and abatement equipment suppliers. Developed by leading industry experts with extensive field experience, it will provide clear, up-to-date guidance on the principles, concepts and methods of odour management.

   Bringing together people involved with the detection, management and control of odours, this highly respected one-day course will provide clear, up-to-date guidance on the principles, concepts and methods of odour management. 

Webinar: Anticipating Odor Releases Based on Air Flow in Collection Systems and Selecting Appropriate Treatment to Control Odors

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wef webcast   This webcast is organized by the Water Environmental Federation (WEF) and will focus on the dynamics of air flow through collection systems and how it relates to the release of odors. The presentations will focus on understanding the relative movement of air and wastewater through sewers and how the movement of wastewater impacts the release of odors. This webcast is priced at $40.00 for non WEF members, and it is free for WEF members.

   The Air Quality and Odor Control (AQOC) Committee of the Water Environmental Federation (WEF) agreed in their last committee meeting conference call in January 11th to schedule a webcast for the 21st of June. The response of some of their members was overwhelming and here you have the list of speakers for this webcast: