In a recent announcement, the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) and the International Water Association (IWA) have extended the Call for Abstracts for the highly anticipated joint conference in 2024. The 27th CASANZ International Clean Air and Environment Conference, in collaboration with the 10th Odours and Air Emissions Conference, is set to be a global gathering of professionals, researchers, industry experts, and policymakers in Hobart, Australia, from 25th to 28th August 2024.

   This extension provides an excellent opportunity for individuals engaged in odour science, assessment, regulation, management, and engineering to contribute their insights to the conference. The organizers invite professionals from around the world to share their expertise, fostering an exchange of knowledge that will drive advancements in the field. The extended deadline for abstract submissions is now 22nd January 2024, allowing interested participants additional time to prepare and submit their contributions.

   Odour Manager enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 10th Conference on Odours in the Environment, taking place from November 29-30, 2023, at the Leipzig Marriott Hotel in Germany. This German conference takes place regularly every 2 years and this time is the 10th event.

   This two-day conference offers attendees the opportunity to immerse themselves in the intricacies of measuring, forecasting, and evaluating odour emissions in ambient air. It serves as a platform for sharing practical experiences and is an essential event for those passionate about environmental odour management.

   The Superintendence of the Environment (SMA) in Chile is organizing an online workshop on October 26th at 11:00 (16:00 Central European time) that will be broadcast on YouTube regarding Compliance with the Emission Regulation for Pig Farm Facilities. The Odour Emission legislation for the Pig Farming Sector was published in February of this year, but where does its compliance currently stand?

   The Odour Emission regulation for the Pig Farming Sector applies to pig breeding, fattening, and/or reproduction operations with a quantity equal to or greater than 750 animals and a weight exceeding 25 kilograms. This legislation establishes three types of emitting sources. Operations with between 750 and 25,000 animals are considered small emitting sources, those with between 25,000 and 50,000 heads are classified as medium-sized, and those with over 50,000 animals are categorized as large emitting sources. This online workshop, broadcast on YouTube, will provide details on compliance with this law.

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