A successful OLORES19 Conference in Santiago, Chile

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OLORES19   The Conference held in Santiago de Chile, OLORES19, hosted 180 participants from 17 countries. This unique event was packed with many interesting papers, posters and plenty of amazing people.

   This conference was planned to be a week after another event organized in Colombia, that got 150 attendees, so all in all, together with ACODAL we have moved around 330 people interested in odour management in 2 consecutive weeks in 2 countries. That is the biggest concentration of odour-related people ever done in the history. Isn't that amazing?

Workshop introduction to odour management in OLORES19

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pretaller   A workshop on odour management was held on the 25th of November 2019 during the OLORES19 series conference on odour management. Around 30 people attended the event that dealt with basic management approaches to measuring, managing and controlling odours.

   This workshop was designed to close the gap of knowledge for those that did not have a great experience in odour management, to have a better understanding of the talks that were taking place the following day. Attendees from the industry, consultants and members of the Chilean Ministry of the Environment enjoyed this workshop.

Salimax, fourth Silver Sponsor of OLORES19!

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Salimax    The organizing committee of this amazing event is pleased to announce that the company Salimax will be the fourth Silver Sponsor of the OLORES19 Conference that will take place on November 26th and 27th in Santiago, Chile.

   Salimax is a private and independent company, with 21 years of experience in providing services of analysis, control and studies in diverse areas, such as: Analysis and toxicology of chemical products, Physical-Chemical Properties and Studies of environmental toxicology, this last one, associated environmental measurements and Toxicological Risk Evaluations for different areas of the national industry, as for example: Mining, industrial chemical companies of cellulose, among others, offering quality experience and seeking their clients' and market' specific requirements.

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