The H4 Odour Management Guidance has been recently revised

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H4 Horizontal Guideline on OdoursThe Environment Agency regulates odours under the Environmental Permitting Regulations by means of H4 Odour Guidance which focused on activities under the Pollution and Prevention Control (PPC) Regulations. This document is well known and it is widely used not only in the UK, but also in many other countries as reference guidance.

This document was recently revised and in June 2009 was available on the net, for comments and suggestions into an open consultation procedure. After the closing date on the 13th of October 2009, this document is about to be published.

Regulation containing the determination of odour emission factors, minimum distances for fur-bearing animals, the method of calculating odour intensity and of the method of determining distance

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Regulation from the State Secretary for Housing, Spatial Planning, and the Environment of 12 December 2006, no. BWL/2006333382, containing the determination of odour emission factors, minimum distances for fur-bearing animals, the method of calculating odour intensity and of the method of determining distance (Regulation on odour nuisance and livestock farming).

Directorate General Environmental Management

Directorate for Soil, Water and Rural Areas

Agriculture Department

Regulation from the State Secretary for Housing, Spatial Planning, and the Environment of 12 December 2006, no. BWL/2006333382, containing the determination of odour emission factors, minimum distances for fur-bearing animals, the method of calculating odour intensity and of the method of determining distance (Regulation on odour nuisance and livestock farming).

Odours in Food Industry

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How to approach odour abatement measures in the food industry and the different odour abatement techniques currently available for the food industry.

Odour emissions are regulated in many countries. In some jurisdictions there are quantified odour limits that can be related to the magnitude of odour emissions, or alternatively to the maximum concentration of a component or group of components known as odour emissions. The internationally accepted unit of measurement is the "Odour Unit per cubic metre" (ouE/m3), but there are other methodologies. The most common techniques for measuring odours are the following:

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