WEF Odors and Air Pollutants 2021 Conference goes virtual

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WEF21   Water Environmental Federation (WEF) has announced that the next Odors and Air Pollutants 2021 Conference that will take place from April 20 to April 23 will be finally a fully virtual conference. This decision has been made to prioritize the health and safety of attendees, exhibitors, and vendors.

   This conference is shaping up to be an interactive online experience, so it is a great opportunity to explore the latest approaches, practices, processes, technologies, case studies and research in all aspects related to odor control and treatment.

Update: XV Scientific Conference POL-EMIS 2020, March 29-31, 2021, Wroclaw

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POL emis 2020    This 15th Scientific Conference of the series POL-EMIS 2020, under the heading of “Current trends in air and climate protection – control monitoring, forecasting and reduction of emissions”, has been moved to next year, March 29-31, 2021, due to the epidemic situation and travel restrictions, in the Congress Centre of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, D-20 building, Janiszewskiego 8 street, 50-372 Wroclaw. These new dates are still provisional.

   During the POL-EMIS 2020 Conference is planning to have a specific odour session, so any interested in participating, is encouraged to contact the organization here. Olores.org will be collaborating as a media partner.

Call for abstracts for WEF 2021 odors conference is open

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abstracts WEF opt    The WEF has just announced the opening of the call for abstracts for the the 2021 Odors and Air Pollutants Conference that will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 20 - 23, 2021. The final date for abstract reception is September, 17, 2020.

   This year in Cincinnati, you will gain knowledge and explore the latest approaches, practices, processes, technologies, case studies, and research in all aspects of odor control and treatment.

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