Ambiente et Odora new owner of Olores.org

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aeo2   It has been a while since the inception of olores.org in 2002. That website started as a personal website and grew to become what it is today, a reference portal in many aspects related to odour management. The main editor of this website have been self-employed along these 17 years, but the team involved in editing this website has been slowly growing. A couple of years ago a decision was made of creating a private firm. Now the process is finally over and today we would like to announce that olores.org belongs now to the company Ambiente et Odora.

   Ambiente et Odora. (In short AEO) is born as an optimistic, inclusive and empowering company that delivers environmental services with a special focus on odour management. Ambiente et Odora stands in latin for "everything related to odours" and even though the name is taken from latin language, we are, of course, a global company focused in all key markets including non-latin areas.

  This firm is also taking the ownerships of our other sister brands related to our daily activities. So from now on Ambiente et Odora will own the environmental consultancy website SVPA, the forecasting website Prolor, the odour consultancy website Odora and the new semi-industrial odour abatement system Deodormatic.

   Today there are over 1000 articles available in olores.org written by a few hundreds of experts, many of them presented in any of the 5 conferences we have organized along these years. We have also attended over 60 odour-management conferences along the years, and we have organized ourselves a few courses, 3 national congresses in Madrid, Bilbao and Valladolid and 2 international conferences on odour management in Santiago, Chile, last one last year 2019 with 180 attendants from 17 countries. Now we are focused on the organization of the 9th Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference of the International Water Association. We hope to meet you there!

   All in all, do not worry much about this news, cause we are the same people with just a different name.

 

Carlos Nietzsche Diaz Jimenez
Carlos is the editor chief of olores.org and he has been in the odour world since 2001. Since then, Carlos has attended over 40 conferences in odour management both national and international and authored a few papers on the subject. He has also organized a few international conferences and courses. Carlos is the owner a very small company named SVPA and in he spends his free time with his wife and his twins Laura and Daniel and of course, writing in olores.org.

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