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Odour Conference COC 2018 in Calgary, Canada 4-5 December 2018

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coc2018   This event about odour management  —COC 2018— will be held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada this December 4 and 5, 2018. According to the organizers, this international event will have more than 20 presentations covering various topics from air emissions, odour control, nuisance and monitoring from national and international experts.

    There has been a few events in Canada regarding odour management, in Toronto and Quebec city. This time, this new event on odour management is organized by the company Environmental Odour Consulting (E.O.C.), a consulting firm that specializes in odour assessment, odour testing and ambient odour monitoring.

A very successful WEF Odors and Air Pollutants conference took place in Portland

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wef odors 2018 2   The organizers are doing very well. There is no doubt about this, as every year more and more people are attending the Water Environmental Federation (WEF) series on odor management. There is a new record of attendance this time with 380 people from all around the world registered for this conference on Odors and Air Pollutant that took place in the last week of March.

   The WEF conferences are usually very lively and always count on a very nice array of companies dealing with odor management and control.  This time almost 40 exhibitors were showing their products and services at the conference, which is quite a bit considering this very small world of odor management people.

8th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference 14-17 October 2019 Hangzhou, China

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8thIWA   The 8th IWA conference on odour and VOC/air emissions will take place in the beautiful city of Hangzhou in China. This mid-october 2019 conference is one of the major international ones together with the WEF conference and the NOSE. This time, the conference is organized by the  Universities of Zhejiang and Tianjin.

   As decided in the last IWA Specialist Group on “Odours and Volatile Emissions” meeting, Prof Dezhao Liu will be the chair of this event. Traditionally the organizer of these events take also the chair of the IWA Specialist Group. Authors wishing to participate in this conference are invited to submit abstracts by email or online via the official website (not available yet).

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