ODOURS 2019 - International Conference on Odours – 16 & 17 May 2019, University of Aveiro, Portugal

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APEA XIV CNEA FacebookAd 2955x2367cm min.redimensionado   The Portuguese Association of Environmental Engineering - APEA (Associação Portuguesa de Engenharia do Ambiente) is organizing an International Odour Conference, that will be held in the University of Averio, Aveiro, the days 16th and 17th May 2019. The Call for Presentations is opened until the 15th March (extended).

   APEA - founded on October 23, 1985 - is a non-profit association that aims to contribute to the progress of Environmental Engineering. With around 2600 environmental engineering professionals, this association represents the Portuguese network of experts working in the environment sector. APEA is part of the consortium of the D-NOSES project, which received funding from the European’s Union Horizon 2020 Science with & for Society Call (SwafS) under grant agreement No. 789315. To this effect, they are organizing this first conference on odour management.

    The provisional program of this event is the following:


16th May - International Conference on Odours (Plenary Sessions)


  • Opening
  • Introduction to odour pollution and odour measurement
  • Policy and regulation
  • The D-NOSES Project


  • Odour Sampling and Measurement
  • Odour Control and Abatement Techniques
  • Poster Session

17th May - Sectorial Workshops (Parallel Sessions)

  • Odour Management in Waste Sector
  • Odour Management in Water Sector
  • Odour Management in Industry (Paper mills, Petrochemical, Chemical, Food industries, Agriculture and livestock sector, Others)
    Poster Session

 Call for Posters & Presentations

Topics for Call for Presentations:

Sectorial Workshops (17th May 2019):

  • Odour Management in Waste Sector
  • Odour Management in Water Sector
  • Odour Management in Industry (Paper mills, Petrochemical, Chemical, Food industries, Agriculture and livestock sector, Others)

Topics for Call for Posters:

Posters Sessions (16th-17th May 2019):

  • Policy and regulation
  • Odour Sampling and Measurement
  • Odour Control and Abatement Techniques
  • Odour Management in Waste Sector
  • Odour Management in Water Sector
  • Odour Management in Industry (Paper mills, Petrochemical, Chemical, Food industries, Agriculture and livestock sector, Others)

   The D-NOSES Project partner consortium will meet in person for the third time during this Conference in Portugal, where APEA will host this meeting, two days before of the International Conference, 14-15th May 2019.

   For more information, visit the official website here.

   You can check the programme here.

   Read more information here about the calls for presentations and posters.

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