SCENTROID WEBINAR

Welcome to the free webinar

Join Scentroid Air and odour Academy for 9 free offline course on odour management and 9 free live webinar to discover the air quality and odour management solutions. Each webinar is 1 hour consists of technical sessions led by Expert speaker, solutions, featuring customer examples and Q&A with the presenter at the end of each webinar. The content will cover the Air Quality and Odour in many aspect new technologies and solutions as well as best practices in wastewater, waste management, pulp and paper, oil and gas, petrochemical and refinery industries.
Whether you are new to the Scentroid Academy or an experienced user, we hope that you can learn something new from these sessions!
Scentroid Free online Webinars will start on the Nov. 16th 2016 till July 2017.

Air Quality and Odour Monitoring using Drones

Webinar 1

Air Quality and Odour Monitoring using Drones

What You Will Learn: It is often necessary to sample stacks, ponds, and other location where human access is difficult and /or dangerous. Furthermore, operator exposure to dangerous chemicals during sampling must be carefully considered. In this webinar we explain the use of drone, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for air quality monitoring, chemical monitoring and Meteorological Measurements and air and odour sampling.

Date: Nov. 16th 2016
Speaker: Mr. Angelo Fienga, Sky4apps, Italy

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CALPUFF Modeling using Lakes Software

Webinar 2

CALPUFF Modeling using Lakes Software

CALPUFF air dispersion modeling is a key part of an overall environmental impact assessment. Either for odour or pollutants, dispersion modeling provides the consultant with important information such as source contribution, impact at sensitive receptors, and identification of impacted region. Mr. Andrew Balch will provide an executive review of CALPUFF modeling including how to input meteorological data, map out sensors, define sources, execute the model, and interpret the data. This overall understanding of modeling will help you design better sampling campaigns and understand conclusions made from modeling results.

 Date: Dec. 7th 2016
Speaker: Andrew Balch, Air Environment Consulting, Australia

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Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Refineries

Webinar 3

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Refineries

Refineries are arguably the most complex of industries for assessment of odour and air pollutant emission. Traditional direct source sampling is inadequate due to the large fugitive and flare emissions presented in a typical refinery. Mr. Medina will review new technologies and methods of assessing and monitoring odour and air pollutant impact through presentation of real world case studies. Find out how Scentroid’s team conducts odour assessment on some of the world’s largest refineries.

About the Presenter: Mr. Medina is Scentroid’s senior environmental consultants and has conducted numerous projects of odour assessment in Canada, USA, Middle East, and Latin America. He is also an instructor at Scentroid’s Odour Academy.

Date: Jan. 18th 2017
Speaker: Mr. Sidarta Medina, Scentroid, Canada

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Health Hazards of Air Pollutant (HAP) in Petro-chemical Plants

Webinar 4

Health Hazards of Air Pollutant (HAP) in Petro-chemical Plants

Traditional Health hazards posed by hazardous air pollutants (HAP) are a key issue when conducting Health and safety assessment in a Petrochemical plant. The impact of HAP and various international standards related to their assessment is explained. Mr. Perret expands on this topic by also considering health hazards of odour causing compounds on workers and nearby residents. Correct methods of sampling, analytical analysis, and data analysis based on US EPA and International standards is covered.

About the Presenter: Mr. Perret is one of Europe’s top toxicologist and occupational hygienists. He has founded ToxPro, one of Europe’s leading EH&S consulting company from Geneva. Mr. Perret has been on numerous European working groups developing standards related to occupational health and safety.

Date: Feb. 15th 2017
Speaker: Vincent Perret, TOXpro, Switzerland

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Continuous Air Quality and Odour Monitoring Technologies

Webinar 5

Continuous Air Quality and Odour Monitoring Technologies

There has been many recent advancement in air quality and odour monitoring technologies; drones, compact AQ stations, and optical analyzers have expanded the possibilities of sensing capabilities. This webinar will review some of the existing technologies and will focus the use of new and upcoming technologies for mobile and stationary AQ and Odour monitoring. Some of the technologies covered will be compact monitoring stations for odour, LIDAR for dust, Nanotubes for odour, and drones for ambient monitoring.

Dr. Ardevan Bakhtari is the founder of Scentroid and has been working in the field of instrumentation and sensing for 14 years. Dr. Bakhtari has a doctorate from University of Toronto with special focus on intelligent multi-sensor networks. He has several patents for environmental products such as the aerial sampling drone.

Date: March 29th 2017

Speaker: Dr. Ardevan Bakhtari

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Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in WWTP

Webinar 6

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in WWTP

Wastewater treatment plants are due to their proximity to residential areas the most influential in terms of odour nuisance. While numerous technologies exist in mitigating odours from wastewater plants their implementation relies on successful odour assessment and source identification.  This webinar will focus on method and standards in conducting a proper odour assessment of a waste water treatment plant. Theoretical ideas presented are solidified though a detailed case study and discussion.

Date: April 12th 2017

Speaker: Elisabeth Lord

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Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Waste Management and Compost

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Waste Management and Compost

Webinar 7

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Waste Management and Compost

Waste management including collection, sorting, landfills, and composting produce offensive odours that are often the source of nuisance for neighboring residents. Can odours be reduced or even eliminated from waste management activities? In this webinar, detailed methodology is presented on assessment and source identification in all aspects of waste management. Participants will learn how to create sampling plans and conduct a sampling campaign as well as analytical and olfactometric analysis, modeling, and develop a mitigation plan. Theoretical ideas presented are solidified though a detailed case study and discussion.

Date: May 24th 2017

Speaker: Mr. Sidarta Medina

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AERMOD Modeling using Breeze Software

AERMOD Modeling using Breeze Software

Webinar 8

AERMOD Modeling using Breeze Software

Air dispersion modeling is a key part of an overall environmental impact assessment. Either for odour or pollutants, dispersion modeling provides the consultant with important information such as source contribution, impact at sensitive receptors, and identification of impacted region. Dr. Wiik will provide an executive review of AERMOD modeling including how to input meteorological data, map out sensors, define sources, execute the model, and interpret the data. This overall understanding of modeling will help you design better sampling campaigns and understand conclusions made from modeling results.

About the presenter: Dr. Wiik is founder of Purenviro, one of the prominent odour consulting and mitigation companies in Norway. He has been involved in odour assessment, modeling, and reduction technologies for over 20 years. He has conducted numerous projects in Europe, Middle East, and South America.

Date: June 14th 2017

Speaker: Dr. Knut Wiik, Purenviro, Norway

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Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Livestock Operations

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Livestock Operations

Webinar 9

Air Quality Monitoring and Odour Assessment in Livestock Operations

This webinar is reschedule for July 19th 2017 , sorry for the inconvenience

 This webinar will provide a complete review of techniques and methods employed in air quality and odour assessment of livestock operations. The focus is not only to reduce the hazards and annoyances to neighboring residents but also to impact on the livestock itself.  Air pollutants such as ammonia in enclosed operations have been shown to lead to health issues of poultry and other livestock. Ms. Lord will cover all aspects of air sampling, analysis, data interpretation, and pollutant mitigation.

Date: July 12th 2017

Speaker: Ms. Elisabeth Lord, Air & Odour, Canada

 

This webinar is reschedule for July 19th 2017 , sorry for the inconvenience

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