Observations made during surveillance tour by site operators can also be integrated into the OdoWatch Platform in order to provide
a complete and optimized solution. Adopt a proactive and dynamic approach while ensuring a constructive problem resolution approach with other odour emitters located near your site.
Going beyond the theoretical, this one-day workshop will delve into odour management for each phase of organic residual processors from planning to operation (composting, anaerobic digestion, landfill and transfer stations). Presented by senior odour expert with over 20 years of practice in the assessment, measurement and prevention of odours
The objectives of Community Odor Monitoring Projects are to involve the community in assessing odor impacts, determine the odor impacts on nearby residents and provide feedback to operators, stakeholders and community members. A well-executed Community Odor Monitoring Projects helps identify sources of odor pollution and assess the performance of implemented solutions. It also improved factual information and enable proactive response of plant operator to the neighbors’ concerns.
Lenz Enterprises has an Order of Approval from the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. This approval required installation of an odor monitoring system that measures and reports results in odor units (OU)/cubic meter. Lenz installed an Odotech monitoring system, which has electronic noses (e-noses) positioned near the odor sources — one located on the back wall of the ASP zones and the other on the northwest corner of the organics receiving building. Sensor data is automatically logged by the Odotech system and Lenz uses this information to develop reports for the agency.