Available the papers of the Atmosphere Special Issue "Environmental Odour: Emission, Dispersion, and the Assessment of Annoyance"

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mpdi special odour   Atmosphere is an online international, peer reviewed, open access journal of scientific studies related to the atmosphere. Very well-known experts on odour management have published several papers related to odour management in this journal along these years. Last year the editors decided that it was time to launch a special edition dealing with environmental odours and well-known odour experts Dr. Martin Piringer and Dr. Günther Schauberger served as Guest editors for this very special issue. Now the papers have being published.

  This Special Issue of Atmosphere treats the entire chain from the odour source via the dilution in the atmosphere, to the assessment of perception-related odour exposure to the assessment of annoyance, to abatement strategies. The contributions were presented last year and there are already 10 papers published.

New edition of the WEF book about Odor Emissions and Control

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WEF BOOK   The Water Environmental Federation (WEF) has recently published a new edition of their Manual of Practices, which addresses odor control for water collection systems. The second edition of “Odor Emissions and Control for Collection Systems and Water Resource Recovery Facilities” will be on sale by the end of May, but pre-order is already available with a 10% discount.

   Odor Emissions and Control for Collection Systems and Water Resource Recovery Facilities, MOP 25, Second Edition, offers guidance to help facility managers, operators, design engineers, and other decision-makers understand nuisance odors and install effective odor control programs. This is "the guide" if you are a waste water plant operator.

The Journal Applied Sciences runs a Special Issue on Odors

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Applied Sciences    The scientific Open Access journal Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417, IF 2.217) is currently running a Special Issue entitled “New Frontiers in the Assessment, Monitoring and Control of Environmental Odors".

   Applied Sciences is an international peer-reviewed open access journal on all aspects of applied natural sciences published semi-monthly online by MDPI. A group of odor experts from the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) are the guest editor for this special edition: Assoc. Prof. Selena Sironi, Prof. Laura Maria Teresa Capelli and Dott. Ing. Marzio Invernizzi.

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