Presentations of the I International Conference olores.org in Madrid, Spain

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resumen presentaciones   All the papers from this I International Conference on Environmental Odour Management, that took place in Madrid, Spain, have been published in the years 2012 and 2013.

   Here you have in just one document all the papers published beforehand. Be ready to expend hours and hours of fun! All the presentations are in Spanish with their videos and presentations, but some of them are in English. Enjoy it!

   The following list includes the links to the papers presented and published over almost a year. Unfortunately, most of them are in Spanish:

  • Primera Sesión. Legislación sobre olores y Autorizaciones Ambientales Integradas

1. LOS DESAFIOS DE CHILE PARA LA GESTIÓN DE OLORES. Daniela Caimanque, Ministerio del Medio Ambiente de Chile. (Read the abstract in English here)

2. AUTORIZACIONES AMBIENTALES INTEGRADAS, LÍMITES DE EMISIÓN DE OLORES EN ACTIVIDADES CON UN HISTORIAL DE CONFLICTOS POR OLORES. Díaz Jiménez, C.; Montalbán Núñez, F.; Estivill Baena G.; Olores.org. (Read the full paper in English here)

  • Segunda Sesión: “COVs Y MEDIDAS DE OLOR”

1. EVALUACIÓN DE LA CAPACIDAD DE UN SISTEMA TD-GCO-TOFMS EN EL ANÁLISIS DE MUESTRAS DE AIRE. Vera, L.; Pagans, E.; Domingues, R.; Van Harreveld, A. ODOURNET. Barcelona. (Read the abstract in English here)

2. INFLUENCIA DE LAS VARIABLES DE OPERACIÓN EN LA COMPOSICIÓN DE LOS COMPUESTOS ORGÁNICOS VOLÁTILES GENERADORES DE OLOR EMITIDOS EN EL COMPOSTAJE DE RSU. M. Delgado-Rodríguez, M. Ruiz-Montoya, I. Giraldez, M J. Díaz*, Universidad de Huelva; I. Cabeza, R. López, E. Madejon, IRNAS-CSIC Sevilla. (Read the abstract in English here)

3. CARACTERIZACIÓN DE EMISIONES ODORÍFERAS Y SU IMPACTO EN INMISIÓN MEDIANTE TÉCNICAS OLFATOMÉTRICAS Y DE ANÁLISIS FÍSICO-QUÍMICO. Almarcha, D.; Almarcha, M. Ambiente y Tecnología Consultores. Barcelona. (Read the abstract in English here)

  • Tercera sesión: Percepción de olores e impacto por olores. Olfatometría

1. REDUCCIÓN DE COSTES MEDIANTE ESTUDIOS DE IMPACTO AMBIENTAL POR OLORES. Juárez-Galán, J.M.; Amo, A.; Martínez, J.V.; Valor, I. AQUALOGY MEDIO AMBIENTE. Alicante. (Read the abstract in English here)

2. MINIMIZACIÓN DE IMPACTO AMBIENTAL POR OLORES EN LA VALORIZACIÓN DE RESIDUOS: PLANTA DE COMPOSTAJE DE LODOS DE EMASESA. Ortiz, A., López, B. EMASESA. (Read the abstract in English here)

3. ESTUDIO DE IMPACTO POR OLORES DE UN FUTURO CENTRO DE TRATAMIENTO DE RESIDUOS: BLANCO DE OLORES MEDIANTE OBSERVACIONES VDI/DIN3940 Y EVALUACIÓN DE LA DISPERSIÓN DE OLORES CON EL MODELO CALPUFF. Pagans, E.; Domingues, R.; Vilchez, A. ODOURNET. Barcelona. (Read the abstract in English here)

4. LOS OLORES URBANOS: EL NUEVO RETO. Recasens, F.; García, M.; Alabart, G. STRENGTHS. (Read the abstract in English here)

5. OLFATEC - HERRAMIENTA DE MEJORA CONTINUA. Sánchez, S.; Zorich, V. ECOMETRIKA, Chile. (Read the abstract in English here)

6. EXPERIENCIAS EN LA APLICACIÓN DE LA NORMATIVA ALEMANA VDI 3880:2011, EN MUESTREOS DE OLORES EN CHILE. Vergara, H.; Zorich, V. ECOMETRIKA, Chile. (Read the abstract in English here)

  • Cuarta sesión: TÉCNICAS PARA EL CONTROL DE OLORES

1. BIOPROCESOS PARA LA ELIMINACIÓN DE COMPUESTOS VOLÁTILES: ESTADO ACTUAL DE CONOCIMIENTOS Y FUTURAS TENDENCIAS. Kennes, C.; Abubackar, H.N.; Veiga, M.C. Universidad de la Coruña. (Read the abstract in English here)

2. SELECCIÓN DE ALTERNATIVAS PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE OLORES: SOSTENIBILIDAD Y SENSIBILIDAD ECONÓMICA.Estrada, J.M., Quijano, G.; Lebrero, R., Muñoz, R., Universidad de Valladolid; Kraakman, B. CH2M HILL. (Read the abstract in English here)

3. COMBINACIÓN DE TÉCNICAS Y ACTUACIONES PARA EL ESTUDIO Y RESOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMÁTICAS COMPLEJAS DE OLORES. Almarcha, M., Barrutiabengoa, I., Puigcercós, M., Almarcha, D., AT Consultores S.L.; Latorre, M.; Nadal, S., STA Consultores S.A. (Read the abstract in English here)

4. ANÁLISIS DE ROBUSTEZ DE TECNOLOGÍAS PARA EL TRATAMIENTO DE OLOR. Lebrero, R., Estrada, J.M., Muñoz, R., Universidad de Valladolid; Kraakman, B., CH2M HILL. (Read the abstract in English here)

  • Quinta sesión: SENSORES ELECTRÓNICOS PARA LA DETECCIÓN DE GASES Y OLORES. MODELOS DE DISPERSIÓN DE OLORES

1. ODOURMAP, UNA PLATAFORMA EN LÍNEA PARA LA GESTIÓN DE QUEJAS, MONITORIZACIÓN DE OLOR Y COMUNICACIÓN CON LA COMUNIDAD. Van Harreveld, A., ODOURNET GROUP, Barcelona. (Read the abstract in English here)

2. VALIDAR RESULTADOS DE UNA MODELACIÓN DE DISPERSIÓN ODORANTE, ¿ES NECESARIO? Contreras, E.; Zorich, V., ECOMETRIKA. Chile. (Read the abstract in English here)

3. USO DE UNA NARIZ ELECTRÓNICA PARA EL ESTUDIO DE LA BIOFILTRACIÓN DE α-PINENO CON COMPOSTS DE RESIDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS Y RESIDUOS DE PODA. López, R., Cabeza, I., Lock-Wah-Hoon, J.R., IRNAS-CSIC Sevilla; Giráldez, I., Ruiz, M., Díaz, M.J., Universidad de Huelva. (Read the full article in English here)

  • Sexta sesión: TÉCNICAS PARA EL CONTROL DE OLORES (2ª Parte)

1. REDUCCIÓN DE COSTES Y EMISIONES DE OLORES EN EDARs MEDIANTE MODELOS CFD. Cerdá Ortiz, R., Juárez-Galán, J.M., Amo Peña, A.J., Valor, I., AQUALOGY MEDIO AMBIENTE, Alicante. (Read the full article in English here)

2. EFICACIA DE LAS TECNOLOGÍAS DE REDUCCIÓN DE OLORES EN LA RED DE ALCANTARILLADO DE SYDNEY. Dorado, A.D., Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya; Stuetz, R., University of New South Wales, Australia. (Read the full article in English here) 

3. DEPURACIÓN DE EMISIONES DE OLOR EN INFRAESTRUCTURAS DE TRATAMIENTO Y VALORIZACIÓN AMBIENTALES UBICADAS EN ENTORNOS MUY VULNERABLES MEDIANTE SISTEMAS AVANZADOS DE DESODORIZACIÓN. Nadal, S.; Latorre, A.; Bomboí, A., Sistemas y Tecnologías Ambientales S.A. (Read the abstract in English here)

 


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