Presentations of the IV International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management in Valladolid, Spain

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allthepapers   All the papers from the IV International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management, that took place in Valladolid, Spain, have been published during the years 2017 and 2018.

   This time, the Conference was organized by the website and the Department of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology of the University of Valladolid (UVa) with the help of the International Association of Environmental Odour Managers (AMIGO) and within the frame of the CONSOLIDER NOVEDAR network. This fourth International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management took place the 20 and 21 of september 2017, at the Conde Ansúrez Congress Palace in Valladolid, Spain.

Exhibited Posters at the IV International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management in Valladolid, September 2017

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posters   These are the posters which were exhibited during the IV International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management, that took place in Valladolid, Spain, in September 2018.

   The event, which took place at the Conde Ansúrez Congress Palace in Valladolid, Spain, and was very successful, was held in a fantastic conference room, with 152 attendants from several countries, underscoring the increased interest in environmental odour management. Besides, there were 9 companies displaying their products and services at the reserved booth space and also 6 posters in the poster session.

A 2-min Video about the IV International Conference 2017

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2-min video    As in previous conferences, we have made a 2-min video to summarize the numbers of the IV International Conference on Environmental Odours and VOCs Management that took place in Valladolid, Spain, was very successful. We got a fantastic conference room, and we put there 152 attendants from around 15 countries who were avidly listening to over 40 presentations during these 2 days. Outside of the hall we set 9 booths and 7 posters. Every single paper was peer reviewed by a scientific committee of over 60 people. Enjoy the video!

   It is difficult to condensate in 2 minutes an event that took place in 2 days. Where do you cut? What do you include? After some though work with our partners, we are very proud with the result. Here you have this 2-minute video with some interesting highlights of this event.

   Enjoy it!


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