CONGRESS ABOUT ODORS AND AIR EMISSIONS

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The congress about Odours and Air Emissions organized by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) was quite interesting.

Here you have some links related with articles presented in this congress.

  • Olfactometric Interlaboratory Comparison Test 2005. Here
  • Odor Modeling For Overall Odor Control Planning. Here
  • Orange County Sanitation District Sets The Stage For Conversion
    Between The Old And The New Odor Analysis Methodology. Here

Preconference workshop during the 8th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference 14-17 October 2019 Hangzhou, China

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IWA workshop   The organization committee of the 8th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference that will take place in Hangzhou, China is arranging a couple of pre conference workshops for the 13th of October 2019, a day before the event commences. These workshops are aimed to people wishing to have some introduction on odour management before the conference starts. This way it will be a more productive trip for newbies and attendees who wish to have a short introduction on the subjects discussed during the conference.

   Although these are common workshops on odour management, there is nothing ordinary about the people that are participating in them. If you have been around odour management for a while, you probably know Richard Stuetz, Günther Schauberger, Martin Piringer, Jay Witherspoon, Mel Suffet, Jean-Michel Guillot and Weifang Li, and other not so known but with interesting profiles such as Ademir Abdala, and Dr. Jing Gen.

Last days for the IWA Early Registration in China

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IWA earlybird   The 8th IWA Odours and VOC/Air Emissions Conference is being organized in Hangzhou, China, by the Zhejiang University, the Tianjin University, the International Water Association and the Key Laboratory on Environment Protection and Odour Pollution Control.

   This Conference will take place 14-17th October, 2019 in Hangzhou, China and if you have planned to attend it, take advantage of the early registration before the 31st of July.

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