Success of the 1st Conference on Odour Management in the Environment in Spanish

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Opening Ceremony of the first Conference of Environmental odour Management in SpanishThanks to all of you, we have finally made it happen and we are very happy about it. The First conference about Odour Management in the Environment has gathered the best experts in the Iberian Peninsula and also from the other side of the ocean in the latin-american countries and we have all enjoyed their experiences.

 This was the first time these issues were discussed in Spanish language at a scientific level and we hope we can repeat this event again.

      An approach towards the foundation of an Association was taken, but after some discussions, this step was considered not neccesary yet. However, the first Working Group about odour management in Spanish was set. A lesser scale than an Association, but it defines in any case some sort of "preliminary understanding".

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   The speakers of the opening ceremony were the following:

  • Mr. Mariano González Sáez, General Director of Environmental Evaluation of the Regional Environment and Planning Ministry of Madrid.
  • Dr. Ton van Harreveld, Member of the International Association of  Applied Olfactometry (IAAO) and CEO of Odournet.
  • Dr. Patricio Reich Toloza, expert in odour Engineering and partner founder of The Synergy Group (TSG Chile)
  • Dr. Ignacio Valor Herencia. Director of Environmental Services and Internationa Business Development of Aqualogy.


   As a first appetizer, here you can see the video of the opening ceremony of the Conference (unfortunately in Spanish).  Enjoy it!

 

 

 

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Anagrasa  Con fecha 29 de octubre de 2012, la Asociación Nacional de Industrias Transformadoras de Grasas y Subproductos Animales (ANAGRASA) ha entrado a formar parte del programa de Asociados de Olores.org. 

  Con ello, todos sus asociados se beneficiarán del descuento para asociados en la cuota de inscripción para la próxima Conferencia sobre Olores en el Medio Ambiente. El programa de asociados de la conferencia sobre gestión de olores en el medio ambiente que tendrá lugar los días 27 y 28 de noviembre en el Centro de Convenciones Mapfre en Madrid busca promocionar entre los colegiados y asociaciones profesionales este evento. A cambio, se ofrecen importantes descuentos en la inscripción a la conferencia

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¡Extendemos el plazo de la cuota SUPERAHORRO!

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EXTENDEMOS LA SUPERAHORRO¿Aún no ha reservado su plaza en la I Conferencia sobre Olores en el Medio Ambiente?! ¡No se demore más!

 Hemos prolongado la cuota SUPERAHORRO 15 días más hasta el día 1 de noviembre.

El próximo día 01 de noviembre finaliza la última prórroga establecida por la comisión organizadora como plazo para poder beneficiarse del descuento superahorro en las inscripción a la Conferencia, a partir de entonces la cuota se incrementará, por lo que ¡ésta es su última oportunidad! Para una información más detallada, descárguese el folleto de la conferencia donde vienen indicadas las cuotas de inscripción a partir del 1 de noviembre.

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