• Jun 10, 2020 from 12:50 to 15:30
  • Location: Online interactive webinar
  • Latest Activity: May 3


JUNE 10 @ 12:50 PM - 3:30 PM


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Overview: Odour from waste-water treatment works is a perennial problem particularly for those sites with houses nearby. The water companies are being driven by the Ofwat service incentive mechanism to reduce adverse incoming contacts from customers, or face a reduction in their “Ofwat score”. At the same time, if enough people complain to Environmental Health, they can serve a statutory nuisance abatement notice which can severely limit how a site is operated. Abatement notices are to be avoided as once served they are with the site for ever! As a consequence, this workshop on the measurement and management of odour will be of interest to decision- makers, engineers and scientists from utilities and equipment manufacturers. 

Chaired by: Jim Grandison, Thames Water

Location: Interactive webinar

Sponsor: ATi

Programme: Draft agenda

Booking: Please use our online booking form alternatively contact rosa.richards@swig.org.uk to book directly.

Registration fees:  Thanks to sponsorship from ATi we are pleased to be able to offer SWIG members free registration for this webinar, non members will be charged £60 inc VAT.

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