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WEF2018 register    The 2018 WEF Odors and Air Pollutants Conference is almost here, and the registration period has just began. If you have planned to visit this important event, register before February 23 to take advantage of the early bird registration.

   This time, the biennial Odor Conference organized by the Air Quality and Odor Control (AQOC) Committee of the Water Environmental Federation (WEF), will take place in the Marriott Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center in Portland, Oregon (USA), from March 25 to March 28, 2018.

   Join this conference for meeting environmental professionals from around the world, from educate practitioners, facility owners, operators, researchers to public administrators, and learn about current odor issues, including regulatory requirements and methods for analyzing problems and finding solutions.

   The complete preliminary program of the event is published on the WEF Conference website:

  • Sunday 3/25/2018

Pre-Conference Workshop 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Workshop A: Procedures for Field Inspection of Odors in Ambient Air
  • Monday 3/26/2018

Opening General Session
Session 01: Odor Measurement I
Session 02: Community
Session 03: Innovative Solutions
Session 04: Problems & Solutions I
Session 05: Research & Optimization I
  • Tuesday, 3/27/2018

Session 06: Utility Management
Session 07: Problems & Solutions II
Session 08: Research & Optimization II
Session 09: Vapor Phase Odor Control
Session 10: Odor Measurement II
Session 11: Corrosion
  • Wednesday, 3/28/2018

Session 12: Collection Systems
Session 13: Emissions & Modeling

   Attendants can register using the online registration system or using the following registration form (fax to 888-772-1888).

   For more info, please visit the official website of the event or contact a member the organization here.

 


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