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.

Silsoe 19   The Silsoe Odours Study Day Course is a one-day course, organized by the Silsoe Odours Ltd. designed for  regulators, operators of odorous industries, local authorities, consultants, air quality professionals and abatement equipment suppliers. The Odour Study Day courses have been running over the last 13 years, helping people to know a bit more about ways to measure and manage odours along this time.

   Next Odour Study Day will take place the 23rd January 2020 so this is the place if you are in need of learning a bit more about odour measurement and management. These courses are usually booked up after a short period of time so if you have interest in this course, we recommend you to hurry up and contact the organizers.

silsoe    One more year, Silsoe Odours is organizing their well known Odour Study day. This time, the 14th edition of this course, will take place the 10th October 2019. As usual this 1-day course will be delivered at their odour laboratory at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, UK.

   This popular 1-day course, organised by Silsoe Odours in partnership with RSK-ADAS, has been developed by leading odour professionals based on their own extensive experience. It provides clear, up-to-date guidance on the principles, concepts and methods of odour management.

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