Program
  • Tuesday, November 7, 2017
  • 14:30 - 18:00
  • Memo
  • Monitoring & Control Room

Organized by: Ecomondo Technical Scientific Committee, Institute for Protection and Environmental Research, Italian Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry and Cultural Heritage, Italian Society of Environmental Medicine

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Ecomondo Odour Emissions conference (at its seventh edition) is a flagship event for the community of most important industry and academic players. Researchers, Industry, Public administration and Environmental Agencies exchange their different experiences on a topic that is becoming of great relevance in environmental planning. The conference is directed by the National Technical Table on Odours, coordinated by ISPRA (Institute for Environmental Protection and Research): its members will present a state of the art about monitoring and control methodologies, good practices for the mitigation of phenomenon and national and international regulations. The most relevant Public Research Organization, public administrations, Regional Environmental Agencies and Industries operating on this topic will attend at the meeting, presenting their findings, technologies and case studies.

Targeted Audience: Waste and water treatment industries; policy makers; administrators; environment and health controlling agencies; monitoring devices company; r&d performers; private companies; public utilities.

 

Section Chairs

Gianluigi de Gennaro, University of Bari Aldo Moro

Institute for Protection and Environmental Research

Italian Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry and Cultural Heritage

Regional Agencies for Environmental Protection

 

Program

14.00-17.30 Sessions

17.30- 17.50 Poster Session

17.50- 18.00 Discussion and Conclusions

 

POSTER PRESENTATION

(to be completed after the evaluation of all abstracts submitted to the conference and the splitting of the accepted papers between papers for oral and papers for poster presentation)

Conference held in italian language