sesion02 pagans03   This study describes the odour and compounds formation in different industry sectors. Exposes methods for odour characterization and impact assessment, recommending dynamic olfactometry according to EN-13725 combined with high resolution chemical analysis, dispersion modelling or direct exposure measurements by field inspections (VDI3940).

E. Pagans1, W. Murguia, R. Arias, A. van Harreveld

1epagans@odournet.com (Estel·la Pagans).
Parc de Recerca UAB, Edificio EUREKA Espacio P2M2, 08193 Bellaterra.
Tel: 935 929 048 Barcelona. (www.odournet.com)

 sesion05 fernandez pablo  The present work is a joint venture project conducted by the Uruguayan Technological Laboratory (LATU), the National Directorate of the Environment (DINAMA) and the Río Negro’s local government. It consists on the application of different methodologies to address the problem generated by the presence of unpleasant odours in Fray Bentos, Uruguay.

 

J. Zarauz1, C. Luzardo1, A. Curutchet1, L. Francois1, M. Hill2, P. Kok2 y P. Fernández2 jzarauz@latu.org.uy

  1 Laboratorio Tecnológico del Uruguay (LATU) -Uruguay; 2 Dirección Nacional de Medio Ambiente (DINAMA) -Uruguay

ringvers   As in previous years, Odournet GmbH offers the Interlaboratory Comparison for Olfactometry in 2015. This ILC will allow your laboratory to confirm compliance to the performance criteria of EN 13725:2003 and is therefore essential for those laboratories that maintain ISO 17025 accreditation.

   The ILC will be carried out in June 2015. Registration closes on 28 April 28 2015 and participants can benefit from the early bird registration, which will be open through 31 March 2015.

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