Papers of the OLORES19 conference

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PAPERS   The OLORES19 Conference to be held in Santiago, Chile, on November 26 and 27, 2019, is getting closer and closer and we want that everyone attending the event could be able to make the most of these two days.

   You can download all the papers that will be presented during the OLORES19 Conference on odours here below (in their current state). This way, you will be able to read the most interesting articles for you and prepare some questions for the authors, that will be more than happy to solve all your doubts.

   Dowload all the articles here:

TITLE/AUTHORS
Abstract
Paper without review
Final Paper
SESSION I: Environmental odour formation.
Odour legislation, normative and regulations.
PROPOSAL FOR THE REGULATORY DESIGN OF ODORS IN CHILE: AN INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVE
D. Caimanque, J. Salas. Ministry of the Environment of Chile
 
 
IT IS POSSIBLE TO SET A SINGLE ODOUR LIMIT?
C. Díaz Jiménez. Olores.org, Spain
 
 
EVENTS OF ODOR THAT CAN BE PRESENTED UNDER COMPLIANCE WITH THE STANDARS OF INMISSION OF RESOLUTION 1541 OF 2013 (COLOMBIA)
J. Cardona Martinez. GSA S.A.S., Colombia
 
 
COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL REGULATION OF ODORS AT INTENSIVE LIVESTOCK INSTALLATIONS
M. Zacarías, A. Ulloa. Bestenchile, Chile
 
 
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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
S. Campos, L. Bermúdez, M. Murrell, K. Vetrani, E. Monter.
PROCAME; National University, Costa Rica
 
 
SESIÓN II: Dynamic olfatometry and other techniques.
Odour perception. Quality assurance and control.
CRITICAL POINTS IN DINAMIC OLFATOMETRY STUDIES
I. Muñoz, V. Zorich. TSG Environmental, Chile
 
 
ODOURS IDENTIFICATION & CHARACTERISATION; CALPUFF IMPACT ASSESMENT STUDY IN THE REGION OF LA TALAUDIÈRE (FRANCE), THE MOLINA’S INDUSTRIAL AREA
L. Rodriguez 1 , I. Czekajewski 2
1 Odournet SL, Spain. 2 Odournet, France
 
 
EVALUATION OF ODOUR ANNOYANCE THROUGH REPETITIVE SURVEYS – EVIDENCE FROM A CASE STUDY
G. Schleenstein. ECOTEC INGENIERIA SPA, Chile
 
 
SESIÓN III: Calculation of the odour impact.
Odour dispersion modelling.
MODELLING CONTAMINANTS IN REAL TIME: CHALLENGES AND KEY COMPONENTS
A. Gonzalez, R. Guerra, V. Zorich. TSG Environmental, Chile
 
 
ODOROUS COMPOUNDS EMISSIONS IN AN URBAN AND INDUSTRIALIZED AREA
D. F. Monticelli 1 , B. Furieri 1 , V. F. Lavor 1 , E. V. Goulart 1 , J. M. Santos 1 , N. C. Reis Jr 1 , E. S. Galvão 1 , M. M. Melo 2
1 Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
2 Instituto Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil
 
 
ODOUR SOURCE IDENTIFICATION IN A COMPLEX FLOW ENVIRONMENT USING A PARTICLE TRAJECTORY MODEL
P. D’Abreton 1 , R. Ormerod 1 , L. Marchant 2
1 Envirosuite, Brisbane, Australia. 2 Envirosuite, Santiago, Chile
 
 
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ODOURS GENERATED FROM THE CHAMBER OF MIXING AND DISTRIBUTION OF WASTEWATER - CAM04
F. Chávez, J. Garcés. Aguas Andinas S.A., Chile
 
 
APPROACHES FOR HOLISTIC ODOUR IMPACT MANAGEMENT
C. Mannebeck, M. Andresen. Olfasense GmbH, Germany
 
 
D-NOSES: AN INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY BASED ON CITIZEN SCIENCE TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL ODOUR MANAGEMENT
R. Arias. Ibercivis Fundation, Spain
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SESSION IV: Electronic devices for gases and odorant detection.
Odorant and VOCs monitoring techniques.
AIR QUALITY MONITORING TO ESTABLISH AND / OR DISCARD THE ORIGIN OF QUINTERO ODOR EVENTS
F. Cereceda-Balic 1,2 , K. Gonzalez 1 , V. Vidal 1,2 , L. Diaz-Robles 3
1 CETAM, Technical University of Federico Santa María, Chile
2 Technical University of Federico Santa María, Chile
3 University of Santiago de Chile.
 
 
MEASUREMENT OF ODOURS COMPOUNDS WITH A DEVICE BASED ON SPRi TECHNOLOGY
J. M .Guillot. IMT Mines Ales, Environmental Engineering Laboratory, France
 
 
MONITORING OF AIR QUALITY WITH SMART SENSORS IN THE PORTS OF THE BALEARIC ISLANDS
A. Torres 1 , R. Cerdá 1 , J. Martín 2 , M. Escribano 3
1 Labaqua S.A. Spain
2 Autoridad Portuaria de Baleares (APB), Spain
3 Kunak Technologies, Spain
 
 
EVALUATION OF CHANGES IN THE CONCENTRATION OF ODORANT COMPOUNDS IN THE THERMOMECHANICAL DRYING PHASE OF WASTE FROM OLIVE OIL EXTRACTION
D. Hernandez 1 , H. Quinteros 1 , C. Tenreiro 1 , D. Gabriel 2
1 University of Talca, Chile
2 Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
 
 
SESSION V: Control techniques for odorants and VOCs.
STUDY OF THE COUPLING OF DIFFERENT INDOOR AIR POLLUTION TREATMENT TECHNIQUES FOR THE REMOVAL OF NITROGEN OXIDES, COVS AND PARTICULATE MATTER
C. Hort 1 , E. Hallemans 2 , G. Coulbaux 2 , M. Binet 3 , V. Plate l 1 , L. Moynault 1 , V. Héquet 4 , Y. Andres 4 , A. T. Luengas 1
1 Univ Pau & Pays Adour / E2S UPPA, LaTEP, France
2 Cerema Ile-de-France, France
3 Société Air Sûr Paris Région Innovation Nord Express, France
4 IMT Atlantique, DSEE, GEPEA UMR CNRS 6144, France
 
 
ALTERNATIVES FOR THE DEODORIZATION OF CLARIFIERS IN WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
J. L. Recaj, J.Balfagón. Alphachem S.L., Spain
 
 
STUDY CASE OF THE IMPACT REDUCTION FROM OFFENSIVE ODOUR EMISSIONS AT THE DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF SANTA FE DE ANTIOQUIA
A. Calderón, L. Viana. Tratamientos Químicos Industriales - TQI Colombia
 
 
ODOR MANAGEMENT OF THE EL RUTAL BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT CENTER
F. Chávez, J. Garcés, A. Araya, P. Sanchez. Aguas Andinas S.A., Chile
 
 
CASE STUDY: USE OF RTO TECHNOLOGY FOR THE ABATEMENT OF ODOURS AND VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS AT HIDROCARBONS AND CHEMICALS TANK STORAGE TERMINALS
J. García. Tecam Group, Chile
 
 
SMART INSPECTION: NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN LEAK DETECTION APPLIED TO WASTE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
A. Torres, J. V. Martínez, M. A. Cid , R. Cerdá. Labaqua S.A., Spain
 
 
STUDY OF EFFICIENCY OF NEUTRALIZATION OF ODOUR OF PROCESS WATERS WITH THT
A. Torres, M. A. Cid, J. V. Martínez , A. Segura, R. Cerdá. Labaqua S.A., Spain
 
 
USE OF PROPULSION SYSTEM TO IMPROVE ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION IN CONDUCTED EMISSION SOURCES IN A FISH OIL PROCESSING PLANT
A. Amo, R. Cerdá, M. A. Cid, J. V. Martinez. Labaqua S.A., Spain
 
 

 

 

 

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