Program of OLORES19 odour management Conference is now available!

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programaOLORES19   We are glad to share with you that the preliminary Program of OLORES19, the V International Conference on Odour and VOCs Management in the Environment, that will take place this November in Santiago (Chile) is now available. We will be updating the program including some more information of our sponsors and some extra helpful information for the attendees.

   This is an excellent opportunity to meet with experts, industries and regulators, to discuss about better ways to manage odours. We have 110 registrations already made, 2 months before the event has commenced, so we are getting at a steady pace to our goal of 250 attendees. Check the preliminary program here.


   If you are the author of an oral presentation or if you are an attendee, you can check the provisional schedule of the presentations.

Check or download the provisional version of the program here

   The OLORES19 Conference about Odours in the Environment in Santiago, Chile, that will take place the 26th and 27th November, will have the following schedule:

Tuesday, 26th November 2019

Opening (not determined)

Keynote Speakers:

  • Anna Bokowa, EOC Consulting, Canada
  • Jennifer Barclay, Atmospheric Science Global, New Zealand
  • Ton van Harreveld, Odournet, Spain
  • Patricio Reich, TSG Environmental, Chile

SESSION I: Environmental odour formation. Odour legislation, normative and regulations.

  • D. Caimanque from MMA et al.:Proposal for the regulatory design of odors in Chile: An integrated perspective
  • C. Diaz from SVPA: It is possible to set a single odour limit?
  • J. Cardona from GSA S.A.S.: Events of odor that can be presented under compliance with the standars of inmission of resolution 1541 of 2013 (Colombia)
  • M. Zacarias from Besten Chile et al.: Collection and analysis of the international regulation of odors at intensive livestock installations
  • S. Campos from PROCAME et al.: Analysis of the citizen complaints filed in the Integrated System for Processing and Attending Environmental Complaints (SITADA) as an indicator of the odor pollution in Costa Rica

SESSION II: Dynamic olfatometry and other techniques. Odour perception. Quality assurance and control.

  • I. Muñoz from TSG Environmental et al.: Critical points in dinamic olfatometry studies
  • L. Rodriguez from Odournet et al.: Odours' identification and characterisation; CALPUFF impact assesment study in the region of La Talaudière (France), the Molina's industrial area
  • M. Gatica from Proterm S.A. : Diagnosis of odorant emissions
  • G. Schleenstein from Ecotec Ingeniería SPA: Evaluation of odour annoyance through repetitive surveys - Evidence from a case study
  • K. J. Burbano from Universidad Mariana et al.: Evaluation of odour concentration in a small slaughterhouse in Colombia

SESSION III: Calculation of the odour impact. Odour dispersion modelling.

  • J. Barclay from Atmospheric Science Global: The importance of knowing your process and sources
  • A. Gonzalez from TSG Environmental et al.: Modelling contaminants in real time: Chllenges and key components
  • C. Díaz from PrOlor Asociados et al.: Use of machine learning to improve odour forecast
  • D. F. Monticelli from Universidad Federal do Espírito Santo et al.: Odorous compounds emissions in an urban and industrialized area
  • F. Cereceda-Balic from Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María et al.: Air quality modeling to stablish the impact from ENAP Quintero Terminal during the odor events of 2018 in Quintero city
  • P. D'Abreton from Envirosuit et al.: Odour source identification in a complex flow environment using a particle trajectory model
  • F. Chávez from Aguas Andinas S.A. et al.: Diagnosis and management of odours generated from the chamber of mixing and distribution of wastewater - CAM04

AMIGO Association meeting

Gala dinner (Registration not available yet)


Wednesday, 27th November 2019

SESSION III: Calculation of the odour impact. Odour dispersion modelling.

  • C. Mannebeck from Olfasense GmbH et al.: Approaches for holistic odour impact management
  • R. Arias, Environmental Researcher: The D-NOSES project: Citizen science to improve the tradicional odour pollution management

SESSION IV: Electronic devices for gases and odorant detection. Odorant and VOCs monitoring techniques.

  • F. Cereceda-Balic from Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María et al.: Air quality monitoring to establish and / or discard the origin of quintero odor events
  • J.M Guillot from IMT Mines Ales: Measurement of odorous compounds with a device based on SPRi Technology.
  • A. Torres from Labaqua S.A. et al.: Monitoring of air quality with smart sensors in the ports of the Balearic Islands
  • D. Hernández from University of Talca et al.: Evaluation of changes in the concentration of odorant compounds in the thermomechanical drying phase of waste from olive oil extraction

SESSION V: Control techniques for odorants and VOCs.

  • C. Hort from LaTEP et al.: Study of the coupling of different indoor air pollution treatment techniques for the removal of nitrogen oxides, COVs and particulate matter
  • J. Bafalgón from Alphachem S.L. et al.: Alternatives for the deodorization of clarifiers in waste water treatment plants
  • A. Calderón from TQI et al.: Study case of the impact reduction from offensive odour emissions at the domestic wastewater treatment plant in the Municipality of Santa Fe de Antioquia
  • F. Chávez from Aguas Andinas S.A. et al.: Odor management of the El Rutal biosolids management center
  • J. García from Tecam Group: Case study: Use of RTO technology for the abatement of odours and Volatile Organic Compounds at hidrocarbons and chemicals tank storage terminals
  • A. Torres from Labaqua S.A. et al.: Smart inspection: New technologies in leak detection applied to waste management activities
  • J.M. López from INERCO et al.: Best Available Techniques (BATs) for minimising VOC emissions from hydrocarbon storage
  • A. Torres from Labaqua S.A. et al.: Study of efficiency of neutralization of odour of process waters with THT
  • J. Garcés from Aguas Andinas S.A. et al.: Comparison of two sensory monitoring methodologies of odors: odor panel in simple mode v/s continuous monitoring of odors
  • A. Amo from Labaqua S.A. et al.: Use of propulsion system to improve atmospheric dispersion in conducted emission sources in a fish oil processing plant
  • E. Tova from INERCO et al.: Vapours recovery units for refinary applications: European experiences

 Workshop (not determinated yet)

    If you have any doubt don't hesitase to contact with the organisazers here. Don't miss this opportunity to register for OLORES19 by clicking on this link.

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