Extension of the Early bird registration: September 15th

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early deadline extended   The organizing committee of OLORES19 has decided to extend the early registration deadline 2 weeks more, until the 15th of September. Not registered yet in OLORES19? Don't delay any longer! Don't miss this new opportunity and take advantage of the early registration fee offered in this incredible event.

   The registration period began some months ago and it will remain open until November 25, the day before the conference starts, but the offer of an early registration fee ended last August 31. However, the organization has decided to extend the early registration period, until September 15 (inclusive). Thereafter, the registration fee will become the normal conference fee of 599 €.

We welcome TSG Environmental as Main Sponsor!

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TSG main sponsor    As in previous editions of these conferences, TSG Environmental will join us as a sponsor in the OLORES19 Conference which will take place the 26th and 27th of November 2019 in Santiago, Chile. TSG has been supporting this conference since the very beginning, and this time as the Main Sponsor. We want to thank them and welcome to this amazing group as Main Sponsors to this V edition of the International Conference on Odour and VOCs Management in the Environment.

   This year TSG, with more than 20 years of experience with clients in several countries around the world, has carried out the report of the study "Generation of Technical Background for the Elaboration of the Norm of Odour Emission for Intensive Animal Breeding" in collaboration with a Spanish company for the Ministry of Environment of Chile, as a technical basis for the elaboration of the first Chilean norm that will regulate the emission of odours in order to avoid the annoyances caused by the permanent impact of odours in communities. The regulation would come into force in 2020 and would establish emission limits, first of all for pig farms, to continue with seafood processing, waste water treatment plants, cellulose plants and final waste disposal sites.

105€ discount if you register before the 31st August!

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earlybird deadline en   We take this opportunity to remind you that there is only one month left to take advantage of our early bird registration fee. Get your place at the largest event on odour management in the environment organized by Olores.org. Register today!

   If you are planning to go on holidays, have a look to the provisional program and just remember that early bird registration ends up the 31st of August, so register before that date and get this very special discount of 105€ .

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