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Short Description: The OdaLog® is a portable gas detector specifically designed for the wastewater industry, manufactured by App-Tek International Pty Ltd (Part of Thermo Fisher Scientific Australia).
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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: Odotech
Short Description: Odotech’s can support its clients in gaining a good understanding of environmental conditions of each site. Regardless of the atmospheric contaminant, Odotech as a proactive intervention approach that adapts to each situation.
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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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Website: Odour Unit
Short Description: Odour Unit provides quality odour investigation and consultancy services to properies. They are a NATA Accredited team with extensive experience in providing effective solutions.
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Short Description: Spanish branch of the Odournet Group
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Website: OdourPro
Short Description: Australian company with over 25 years of experience, reducing odours by up to 99.9%.
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Short Description: Hong Kong's Polytechnic University Odour Research Laboratory, specialised in odour consultancy.
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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: OLFASCAN
Short Description: OLFASCAN is an entrepreneurial team of consultants and collaborators that offers from measurements and analyses over modeling, advice and communication with the neighborhood.
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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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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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Website: Olfasense
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: OMI Industries is a leading developer of safe and effective industrial odor management solutions for a wide variety of applications.
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Website: Consumaj
Short Description: This is an 8 port olfactometry that is made by the company Consumaj inc. This company has been working in the province of Quebec and around the world in different projects related to the measurement of odours.
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