ODORPREP news in CORDIS

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cordis odourprepThe Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS) is the European Commission's primary source of results from the projects funded by the EU's framework programmes for research and innovation (FP1 to Horizon 2020). Recently CORDIS has published some news about the real-time sampling and monitoring system developed on EU project ODORPREP.

   The system incorporates feedback from local people with fast laboratory testing, meeting the latest EU standards on what constitutes a bad smell in the air. The Italian company LabService Analytica developed and tested the system in its home country and is now selling its system to local authorities and environmental consultancies.

Launch of a new website for OLORES19 Conference

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new website.    We are glad to share with you our brand new website of the OLORES19 Conference that will take place the 26-27th of November in Santiago (Chile) at the CentroParque Event and Convention Center, located in the Araucano Park, Las Condes.

    You will easily find basic information of our event at a glance. In addittion, with this stilish and trending design we have made sure that you have access to the program, the latest news, sponsorships and collaborators and the activities we are organizing.

The industrial challenge: reducing management times in the event of atmospheric dispersion/emission

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Smart Plume   Knowing the behavior of emissions of gases and odors in real time, is the first step to reducing time and performing an appropriate management against possible impacts on the environment. Addressing and effectively managing these events will benefit both companies and communities.

   After 12 months of development and testing, TSG Environmental announces the launch of Smart Plume®, the web-based visualization tool for the dispersion of pollutants and odors that, using the WRF weather forecast and surface information, as well as of topography, allow us to see the scope, form and concentration of the emissions of polluting material. Smart Plume® projects the boom of the gas, particulate or odor, to alert to risks of impact in the community and to know the productive area that is causing the greatest contribution in concentration.

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