ANAM, new Silver Sponsor of OLORES19 Conference

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ANAM   We are pleased to announce that the company Análisis Ambientales, ANAM, has joined us in the Conference OLORES19 that will take place in Santiago, Chile, the 26-27th of November 2019 as Silver Sponsors. All the  attendants could visit their booth during the conference exhibition, where they will be glad to explain you all their services and products.

   With 20 years of experience in the market, Análisis Ambientales (ANAM) has become the ETFA reference laboratory of environmental measurement and diagnosis in Chile, carrying out more than 100,000 samples and more than 1 million analyses a year of different environmental matrices such as water, soil, waste (hazardous and non-hazardous) and odours across Chile.

   ANAM offers an integral environmental management in all types of productive sectors, with telemetry services, flow contrasting, laboratory implementation and outsourcing, and odour management. To ensure the integrity and reliability of their results, they work with the highest standards of quality and safety, having the accreditations NCh 17020 and NCh 17025, and triple accreditation ISO 9001:2015 (Quality), 14001:2015 (Environmental Management) and 45001:2018 (Occupational Health and Safety).

   Since 2007, they have an Odour Diagnosis and Control area where they support the industries in each stage of their operation or project with the appropriate monitoring technique, the evaluation of odour emissions and the appropriate abatement solution, as well as working with the communities.

  According to statements made by the company: "Bringing together odour experts from all sectors in a conference of day and a half represents an essential event for the exchange of experiences and progress, and discussion of ideas among the different actors of the attendance. In this context, for Análisis Ambientales, which since 2007 has participated in the development of solutions for the diagnosis, control and abatement of odours, it is a great opportunity to sponsor this International Conference on Odours and VOCs in the Environment to contribute to this meeting space and to advance together towards a better management of odours in the country.”

   If you want to know more about ANAM, visit their official webpage here.

   Would you like to be a part of this event as ANAM? We invite you to become a sponsor of OLORES19. Check the sponsorship advantages here or contact us!

 


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