MKO2017 Early bird registration extended

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MKO2017 organizers   Early Bird Registration for the Second International Odour Conference MKO2017 that will take place in the southern city of Krakow in Poland is extended till March 8, 2017. The conference will bring professionals from Europe such as Spain, Germany, Italy, France, The Netherlands, Austria and odour experts from USA, Canada, New Zealand, Brazil who will be sharing their knowledge.

   A Group of Polish odour experts will also join the discussion. The main topics of this conference are; odour legislation around the word, odour assessment methods, and odour control options for different operations such as wastewater treatment plants, oil refineries, food processing facilities and/or any industrial or agricultural operation.

IWA Abstract submission date extended

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iwa abstract extended   The call for abstracts for the 7th IWA Odours and Air Emissions Conference, 25th-27th September 2017, has been extended to the 12th of March 2017 in response to numerous requests and due to the increased interest in the event. This conference in Warsaw will be the 7th event organized by the IWA for odours and air pollution professionals.

   Due to the tragic events that occurred in Paris some days before the last IWA conference was cancelled. This event will make a gap of almost 4 years for the odour professionals to meet and talk in one of their favourites conferences.To increase the number of presentations in this event, the organization has decided to extend a couple of weeks the call for abstracts.

Biotechniques-2017, July 19-21, 2017, La Coruña, Spain

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biotechniques2017   The 7th International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control and Bioenergy (Biotechniques-2017) will take place in July 19-21, 2017, in the Conference Center of La Coruña, Spain (Palexco). This biannual international conference is an international showcase for anything related to the application of environmental biotechnology for air pollution control, treatment processes in bioreactors and clean (bio) fuels production.

The event is organized by the BIOENGIN group. This team focuses its main activities on bioprocess engineering, environmental engineering applied to wastewater, waste and waste gas treatment, industrial biotechnology, as well as fermentation and bioconversion processes to obtain biofuels and bioproducts (e.g., biopolymers).

Some of the topics that will be discussed in this conference are:

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