2017 IV Conference Valladolid, Spain

Sewervac silver sponsor    We are pleased to announce that the company Sewervac, Systems Engineering and Hydraulics Products, has joined us in the IV International Conference on Environmental Odour Management that will take place in Valladolid as Silver Sponsors.  This company is contributing to the promotion of this event through a sponsorship. We encourage to the attendants to visit their booth at the conference. 

   The company Sewervac, is a firm with professionals with over 20 years of experience in the urban hydraulics sector. Their clients are  water management companies, public bodies and important private clients that seek  solutions to the emission of odours from collection systems.

SGS silversponsor   SGS joins the IV International Conference about Odours and VOCs in the Environment in Valladolid as Silver Sponsor. SGS is a world leader in inspection, verification, analysis and certification. With more than 90,000 employees and a network of more than 2,000 offices and laboratories all over the world, SGS is one of the main global benchmarks for quality and integrity.

  We are glad to announce that SGS has become our first Sponsor for the IV International Conference on Management of odours and VOCs in the Environment, that will be held the 20-21 of September 2017 in Valladolid, Spain. SGS has extensive experience in technical advice on environmental issues (environmental impact assessments, environmental surveillance plans, preliminary reports on status of soil, life cycle, etc.).

sponsorship    Put your brand at the heart of the next biggest event about Odour management in the Environment in Spanish! Olores.org and the University of Valladolid want to invite you to present your company and to take part into the next IV Conference about Odour Management and VOCs in the Environment, that will take place the 20th and 21st September 2017 in Valladolid (Spain).

   The aim of this conference is to share experiences in the fields of odour regulations, odour abatement techniques, dispersion modelling and new innovative tools to manage the impact of odours in the environment.

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