A new automatic sampling solution, combining Rubix WT1 and Lab Service OdorPrep will be presented at the NOSE conference

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odorprep rubix   On the occasion of the 6th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring an Control in Milano (Italy) from September 9 to September 12 2018, Rubix S&I and its Partner Lab Service Analytica will present in exclusivity their new automatic sampling solution, wich combines Rubix WT1 and Lab Service OdorPrep.

The sampling is automatically triggered by the WT1 in case of odor emission and detection. The WT1 is the only analyser that controls on line all air nuisances.

A delegation of the Korean Environmental Ministry visits the AMIGO.

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visit Korea environment   A delegation of the Environmental Ministry of South Korea visited last month the facilities of the Environmental International Association of Odour Managers AMIGO to know a bit more about the way odours are managed in other countries. This delegation presented also the way that odours are managed in the Korean legislation.

   Mr. Byung Churl Ko, Director of the Odour Management Department and Mr. Seunghun Lee, Associate Director of the same department of the public company Korea Environment Corporation (K-eco) paid a visit the 26th and 27th of June to the AMIGO facilities located in Bilbao, Spain.

Sensenet is launching a new odour threshold web shop

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The odour threshold shop   There is a need for Odour Threshold Values (OTV) for odorants with a certain quality as most of the data around is outdated and they were not made with a standard methodology in mind. That is why the company odournet is launching the first (to our knowledge) website for OTVs obtained by a laboratory accredited to ISO17025 as a testing laboratory for the measurement of odour concentration following EN13725.

   There are many compilations of odour thresholds around. Most of these compilations found on websites like flavournet, Leffingwell or the good scents company, are based mostly on values found in the published scientific literature, such as the EPA reports. Unfortunately most reported odour thresholds were obtained using old methodology which did not take into account significant operational variables. For example, a few months ago McGinley presented the influence of the panel size in the determination of the odour threshold. They also did not take into account the intensive standardization work made later during the nineties to publish the EN 13725. That is why odournet created the new website https://www.odourthreshold.com/

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