Here we show some consultancy firms that have experience working with dispersion modelling in case you need to calculate the odour impact of a plant.

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Sitio web: TROPOSFERA
Short Description: Dispersion Modelling with high resolutions and other products.
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Sitio web: Numtech
Short Description: NUMTECH uses specific software applications to model the dispersion of odours as part of its impact studies on composting activities, water treatment, animal waste disposal and petrochemicals.
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Sitio web: Odotech Inc.
Short Description: Odotech is an environmental company with a patented electronic nose specializing in the quantification and monitoring of odors at odor producing plants. Its OdoWatch Platform fully integrates onsite sensors with atmospheric dispersion modelling.
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Short Description: Porter Odor Science can provide services related to odor sampling, monitoring, modeling and impact assessment based on 30 of professional experience.
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Short Description: EPI looks for serving its clients in every continent , providing reliable and profitable solutions within the drinking water ,wastewater treatment and renewable energy sector
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Short Description: TECHNISIM CONSULTANTS offers solutions in order to fulfill the pertinent legislation through innovative simulation and modelisation techniques.
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Sitio web: Passair.org
Short Description: Passair.org offers methods and purification techniques, proven characterization methods in certified laboratory, purification techniques, tested and designed for industrial and community applications including domestic air and HVAC.
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Short Description: With more than 30 years of experience, Olfasense offers a full range of services to identify, measure, assess and control environmental odours, odour analysis and odour management techniques.
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