15 June 2021, VIRTUAL
Air Quality Survey at the Conference:
Please take this 5-minute survey HERE – and we’ll promise to synthesise and feed the results into our conference to help inform you and your company to make better decisions. The poll will take no more than 5 minutes to complete and all responses will be anonymous.
2021 is the year for climate action, with the UN calling it the “the make it or break it year”. Air Quality is one of the key elements of this climate action, particularly after a year filled with lockdowns and visibly reduced levels of air pollution. The momentum around Air Quality is increasing daily across all fronts. Understanding to what extent different sectors are “ready, willing, and able” to respond is critical to drive change.
This years’ conference will focus upon experience using available techniques, installed on-site applied; to contain and treat the odours and to model and test the impact upon local receptors. This approach minimises and manages our effect upon sensitive receptors, ensures compliance with permits and reduces complaints to local regulators.
Odorous emissions to the Environment are the main source of complaints to the Environment Agency as well as being the key cause of disputes between site owners/operators and their neighbours. Nuisance odours can be associated with a wide range of activities, including: processing, waste handling, Anaerobic Digestion; wastewater and sludge treatment as well as the application of solids material to land. These odours can have a substantial negative impact upon quality of life.
Odour Emissions, controlled under the Environmental Permitting Regulations and managed by The Environment Agency include the prevention of Odour using Best Available Technologies, also impose a requirement to develop and maintain Odour Management Plans for the sites. Activities within the site may include both containment and treatment but may also expend to include monitoring, measurement and modelling.
Attending a Virtual Event
The platform we use to broadcast our virtual events offers a full event experience. On the day you will have access to the :
*Live technical presentations with Q&A
*Panel discussion session with Q&A
*Group topic discussion sessions
*Networking and 1 to 1 video chats
Anticipated audience includes:
Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities
Virtual exhibition booths just £195 (VAT), sponsorship from £495 (+VAT) – download the brochure for full details.
To book a booth please use the drop down menu below. To book sponsorship or discuss options please contact Frances Woodhead 01924 257891 or firstname.lastname@example.org