The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) is a nonprofit professional organization that focuses on environmental issues, particularly air and waste management. It brings together professionals from various disciplines to collaborate and address challenges related to air quality, waste management, environmental protection, and sustainability. The.A&WMA has announced its inaugural specialty conference, Odour Management: Embracing Global Perspectives, set to take place from May 14 to 16, 2024, at Vantage Venues in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

   The conference will offer a diverse array of topics, including odour science, chemical forensics, field assessment methods, electronic sensing, policy and regulation, community impacts, and best practices. Additionally, it will cover critical aspects such as source identification, sampling methods, modelling, and mitigation strategies.

   The WEF conference took place last week in Charlotte, and it must be said that it was once again a success. It was such a success, that almost 1000 people attended this new edition with the WEF biosolids committee.

   Over 800 attendees came from the biosolids side, and just over 170 attended from the odor management side. Both conferences took place simultaneously and with parallel sessions, so sometimes it was very complicated to choose which presentation to attend, as there were occasions when at the same time there were four interesting presentations!

   Registration for the next WEF Odors and Air Pollutants Conference 2023, which will be held on 17th-19th May 2023, is already open. If you are interested in attending the event, register before April 7 and take the chance of the Early bird registration.

   The biennial odor conference is being co-located with the WEF Residuals and Biosolids Conference and will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.


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