Last Odour Study Day of 2018
Yesterday, 24th October, marked the last Odour Study Day of 2018. We hosted 31 delegates at the Silsoe Odours UKAS-accredited laboratory in Bedfordshire. Delegates joined us from a variety of businesses, namely operators, local authorities, industry bodies and environmental consultants. Robert Sneath (Silsoe Odours), Steve Peirson (RSK) and Phil Longhurst (Cranfield University) provided comprehensive odour guidance. They used their extensive experience to clearly set key issues into context, together with case studies and personal anecdotes. The day was truly a great success, as you can see from the delegates’ comments further down this page.
Expert Odour Guidance
Delegates received expert odour guidance in a number of areas. Specifically, we delivered insights into sampling and odour measurement, dispersion modelling, complaints, abatement plant performance, systematic field odour impact surveys and EPR/IPPC.
Above all, 96% of yesterday’s delegates recommend the Odour Study Day course.
Hear From Our Delegates
“It was useful covering the techniques used by experts with whom I work and enhanced my understanding.”
“The overview of how samples are captured and analysed was great to see, and to actually experience odour detection.”
“Dispersion modelling section was very informative and delivered well.”
Jonathan Duffin, Renewi
“The nose sensitivity test was very interesting and informative.”
Ian Johnson, Renewi
“All presentations clear and allowed interaction/questions.”
Andy Irish, Wessex Water
“Wide range of topics covered and good facilities.”
Zanita Markham, AHDB
“Content of course good and lab visit.”
Kathryn Turner-Henke, Environment Agency
“Enjoyed the presentations, was interesting to learn about the smell testing and to try it.”
Melody Horan, Miller Goodall
“Odour testing was very good.”
“I enjoyed the laboratory experience… as interesting to see how odour is analysed.”
Emma Woodrow, RSK
Finally, huge thanks to all our delegates for your feedback