COC 2018 conference in Calgary is almost here

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coc2018  There are just a few days left for this conference to happen and the program is already published. According to the organizer Ms. Bokowa, there are already registered 40 people, but they are expecting to have around 50 people. Not too bad attendance for this very first conference organized by the company Environmental Odour Consulting (E.O.C.). This 2-day Conference will be held in the Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre in Calgary, Canada, the 4th and 5th December 2018.

  This is not the first conference that EOC organizes, but it is actually the first one that Ms. Bokowa, head of this company based in Canada does in their own country. In this case the conference will take place in Calgary and very well-known people in the odour world like Mike McGinley from St. Croix Sensory,, Jennifer Barclay from Atmospheric Science Global, Jacek Kociel from the Iowa State UniversityPhilippe Najean from Department of Water and Environmental Regulation of the Government of Western Australia and of course Anna Bokowa will be there. Some less known people, but also with a wide experience in odour management will do some presentations, among them Christopher. J. Scullion and Angie Wagner from Trinity Consultants, Bart Kraakman from CH2M HILL and Chris Bydder from the Environment Protection Authority of Victoria, Australia. Check the list of speakers here. As you can see, the editor of this website will also attend this event.  If you want to know more about COC 2018 check the program here.

  A couple of workshops has been organized the previous day of the conference. The first one will deal with Odour Legislation and Odour Assessment and the second one with odour from the agriculture sector.

   A special session on odours management and legislation of cannabis will take place during this event.

   Learn more about this conference here.

 


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