Limited seats left for Olfasense Odour Workshops January 2017

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Olfasense workshops   The company Olfasense is organizing a Technical Training Day and a Workshop on Product and Material Testing at their Olfasense laboratory facilities in Kiel, Germany, the 25th of January 2017. Even though it is more than two months away, the registration list is filling up quickly, so if you were thinking about attending this event you better hurry up because there is a limited amount of places available.

   In this Olfasense Technical Training Day the attendants will have the opportunity of learning how to set up, maintain and manage an olfactometry laboratory. As a bonus, the following day there will be also the 2017 edition of their Workshop on Product and Material Testing.

9 months, 9 webinars of Scentroid

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scentroid webinars    The Canadian company Scentroid is organizing 9 Online Free Webinars on various topics related to air and odour management. These webinars will start on Nov. 16th 2016 and will end in July 2017.

   The Scentroid Air and odour Academy has prepared 9 free live webinar on the air quality and odour management solutions. Each webinar will last 1 hour and will consist of technical sessions led by expert speakers. The content will cover Air Quality and Odour management in many aspects related to new technologies and solutions, as well as good practices in industries such as in wastewater, waste management, pulp and paper, oil and gas, petrochemical and refinery industries.

The 1st Odour talks: Your chance to learn with European experts

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Odour talks    Olores.org, the site that deals with Environmental odour management, is organising the first Odour talks session in Bilbao, the 17th October 2016. This course will be held in the auditorium of Bilbao Berrikuntza Faktoria building, in the heart of Bilbao city in Spain. In addition, the course will be followed online via webinar.

   We are glad to announce that the speakers of this course will be very well-known European odour experts. The course will be an open seminar (face-to-face and online via webinar or Youtube) followed by a round table and open discussion. The registration is open to any participant with an interest in the odour management of industrial plants such as Wastewater Treatment Plants, Composting plants, oil refineries, paper pulp plants, animal by-product processing plants, waste processing, landfills, etc.

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