A list of consultancy firms that can help out to manage better the odour impact.

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Olfactometric Labs

Olfactometric Labs

Labs with a working olfactometer that may or may not offer external analysis services.
Dispersion Modelling Consultancy

Dispersion Modelling Consultancy

Companies and freelance modellers expert in odour emission modelling
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Website: ecometrika
Short Description: Offer services of consulting and odour management, odour sampling, field pannels, olfactometry and odour impact modelling.
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Short Description: Olfasense BV develops, manages and delivers top level expertise on sensory analysis techniques and their application in environmental nuisance management as well as product optimisation and material testing.
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Short Description: odour assessment, odour evaluations, training, odour workshops , expert witness, material testing
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Short Description: Spanish branch of the Odournet Group
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Short Description: Modelado de emisiones difusas y olores
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Short Description: Silsoe Odours Ltd. operates an independent odour measurement service, it was the first odour laboratory to gain UKAS accreditation. Silsoe Odours Ltd offer a complete odour measurement and consultancy service.
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Website: 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: St. Croix Sensory evaluates odorous air samples (EN13725, ASTM E679) from a variety of industrial, agricultural, and municipal operations, including WWTP, landfills, composting, and manufacturing. St. Croix Sensory is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.
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Website: Burgeap
Short Description: BURGEAP’s historic business is to monitor the quality of the natural environment in the fields of air quality and odours, among others. They provide a complete service of diagnosis and solutions for odour annoyance.
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Website: GSA
Short Description: GSA is a enterprise with years of experience offering solutions to environmental problems. They have a new olfatocmetric laboratory (certification in september)
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Website: Odometric
Short Description: Odometric is an independent public limited company with offices in Belgium and France. Odometric measures the odour by acting as an interface between industrial operators, local residents and public authorities.
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Website: Olentica
Short Description: Olentica is a spin off of the Odours and VOCs research team working at l’école des Mines d’Alès. Founded in 2011, Olentica answers to the questions related to ambient air quality management, industrial gas emissions and odours.
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Website: SGS
Short Description: Empresa de servicios de control medioambiental de instalaciones industriales. El laboratorio de Medio Ambiente de SGS está acreditado por ENAC para la realización de medidas olfatométricas bajo norma EN-13725. Estos servicios se complementan con l
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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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