Olores.org Webinar: Odorprep: new frontiers in odor control

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Youtube   Olores.org is happy to present a new sponsored webinar: "Odorprep: new frontiers in odor control", where 4 experts will present different case studies. This webinar will take place the 23rd of March 2021 and It will be broadcasted live, so register here and save your place.

   This Webinar is a unique opportunity to learn more on odour management, in this case, with well-known international experts who have participated in different projects related to the Odorprep System. This system is an automatic odour sampling device on demand that can be remotely managed by a dedicated mobile app.

 

Call for papers for next VDI Odour Conference

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VDI callforpapers   The next VDI Conference on Environmental Odours is ready to launch and that is why the call for papers just now began. Due date for paper submission is the 12th of March 2021. This conference about Odours in the Environment is organized by the German Association of Engineers (VDI) on a biannual basis and will take place the 24th and 25th of November 2021 in the city of Leipzig.

   This biannual event has been moving along different cities such as Cologne (2004), Bad Kissingen (2007), Baden-Baden (2009, 2011 and 2013), Karlsruhe. (2015), Nuremberg (2017) and Bremen (2019) and this time it will take place in the city of Leipzig. This conference serves as a forum for local discussions in German language.

New edition of CEST2021 in Athens

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CEST2021   The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2021) will be held from 1 to 4 September 2021 in Athens (Greece). As usual, this event has planned a Special session on Environmental Odour, Monitoring and Control.

   Abstract submission deadline has been extended until the 31st of January 2021, so there are some days left for interested groups to present an abstract. The organizing committee  involved in the organization of this Conference is aware of the importance of an odour management as a key environmental vector and that is since some years ago there is a planned session on this topic.

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