From time to time, the Water Environmental Federation (WEF) organizes webcasts related to odor management. This time, the webcast have the title "Odor Measurement and Monitoring – From the Basics to the Latest" and will deal with both an introduction to the science of odor management and with a brief description of the latest advances in this field. This webcast is programmed for this March 24, 2022.
This webinar will provide a primer on basic principles of odor measurement in both collection systems and in treatment facilities, followed by a look at recent international advancements in regulation, monitoring, and sensing. Ray David of Greeley & Hansen, Alejandro Caicedo-Ramirez of V&A Consulting Engineers and the editor of olores.org, will be speakers in this webcast.
Webcasts are usually an hour and a half to two hours long. Recommended Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be earned for participating in most webcasts. Webcasts are available to everyone: members at no charge, and non-members at a $40 fee.
For more info about this webcast, click here.
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