We welcome our First Silver Sponsorship: SGS

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SGS silversponsor   SGS joins the IV International Conference about Odours and VOCs in the Environment in Valladolid as Silver Sponsor. SGS is a world leader in inspection, verification, analysis and certification. With more than 90,000 employees and a network of more than 2,000 offices and laboratories all over the world, SGS is one of the main global benchmarks for quality and integrity.

  We are glad to announce that SGS has become our first Sponsor for the IV International Conference on Management of odours and VOCs in the Environment, that will be held the 20-21 of September 2017 in Valladolid, Spain. SGS has extensive experience in technical advice on environmental issues (environmental impact assessments, environmental surveillance plans, preliminary reports on status of soil, life cycle, etc.).

  

   Furthermore SGS:

  • Provides national coverage.
  • Counts on one of the largest networks of highly qualified personnel.
  • Has proven technical and financial solvency.
  • Possesses knowledge of different specialities: quality, environment, safety, etc.

   We are very pleased to have the support of SGS, which joins our group of sponsors for the IV International Conference on Management of odours and VOCs in the Environment that will take place next month of September in Valladolid.

   Every day there are more companies and people who engage in new ways to develop a positive awareness towards caring for the environment, involving these as one of its strategies of main action within their business areas. In this sense, SGS offers to its clients a service of environmental monitoring: the control of odour emissions. In this sense SGS offers to authorities and industries an integrated technical assistance aimed at the environmental control of odour emissions.

   SGS olfactometry department covers all aspects of air quality and the dynamic olfactometry projects, from the sampling survey and olfactometric analysis to the elaboration of odour maps through the application of atmospheric dispersion models, offering a quality service tailored to the needs of its customers.

   Santiago Belizón, technician of the Environmental Department of SGS says: "in SGS we are aware that the odour is an environmental value, and that together we can help to enrich it. Initiatives such as the celebration of this event encourage all stakeholders to participate actively in a task that will show our commitment to the environment and to establish methodological standards of evaluation of environmental odour in order to improve the quality of the air in our towns and cities".

   SGS has an area of experienced experts for the measurement, monitoring and evaluation of odour emissions.

   Do you want to know a bit more about SGS and their activities? Check their website here.

 


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