16 July 2020, Virtual Event
Odour is the main source of complaint to the Environment Agency as well as being the key cause of dispute between site owners/operators and their neighbours. Nuisance odours can be associated with a wide range of activities, including: waste handling; wastewater and sludge treatment as well as the application of material to land. These odours can have a substantial negative impact upon quality of life. In the UK, nuisance odours from industrial, trade and business premises are regulated by local councils under the Environment Act 1990, following H4 guidance.
The treatment and management of odours is typically undertaken through extraction and treatment through different types of odour treatment units or processes including but not limited to biofilters, multi-phase scrubbers and Activated Carbon. With the advent of AMP7, population growth encroaching upon site boundaries and the deregulation of municipal bioresources markets occurring in 2020, the requirement for effective odour control and management has never been greater.
Networking followed by Welcome, Chair – Rowland Minall, General Manager, Aqua Enviro
Practical odour management solutions for preparing for predicted climate changes in the UK
David Sivil, WRc
Approaches for holistic odour management
Christoph Mannebeck, Olfasense GmbH
Application of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) in the investigation of nuisance odours
Ray Natrass, Renewi
Unlocking site potential and supporting sustainable development of sewerage infrastructure using odour modelling
Barry Roberts, AECOM
Odour quiz- part 1
ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY
An odour assessment toolkit: Introduction and practical application
Nick Jones, Olfasense UK
Odour Management with Activated Carbon – Product Selection and Case Studies
David Reay, CPL Activated Carbons
Practical Experiences Implementing Large Odour Control Schemes
Richard Hanson, ERG (Air Pollution Control)
Preventing Odour Emissions by Process Integrated Methods Using Readily Available Plant By-products
Bart Kraakman, Jacobs, Bristol
Panel Discussion/Ask the Experts with:
Odour quiz part 2
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