Environmental Science Series: Changing the conversation of odour management

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epa victoria webinar   The Environmental Protection Agency of Victoria State of Australia has a very active group of people dealing with odour impact. In this ocassion, EPA Victoria state is organizing a webinar on odour management and the important role of the community which will be given by the well known Professor Richard Stuetz from UNSW. The webinar will take place next Tuesday, 26th of May 2020 between 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

   In 2018-19, the most common pollution reports to EPA Victoria State were about odour. This organism regulates odour pollution from industry and agriculture. In this seminar Professor Stuetz will draw on his expertise in engineering and waste management. He will also share his insights on odour technologies, scientific and environmental challenges and the future of odour management systems.

Odour workshop on product and material testing 2020

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OLFASENSE WORKSHOP   Here is the new edition of the Odour Workshop on material production testing organised by the Olfasense team. These workshops are held annually with the aim of introducing new developments and available technologies for a better estimation of odour emission.

   On this occasion, this workshop will be held on 29th and 30th of January 2020, at the Olfasense facilities in Kiel, Germany. Olfasense organises annually these kinds of events with the intention of discussing new developments and technologies available to improve the measurement of odour emission.

Odour Dispersion modelling course during OLORES19

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Calpuff   This course given by the expert in odour modelling Jennifer Barclay took place on 25 November 2019 in Santiago, Chile and it consisted of an overview of regulatory models, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses.

   Dispersion modelling is a key management tool for quantifying and assessing odour impact. Models can predict quantitative air quality impacts over a wide geographical area, they can evaluate proposed future sources, and they are of help to optimize source layout and site selection for new facilities. Models could be also used to design buffer zones and fence line locations.

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