Abstract submission deadline for the 9th IWA Conference open until 15th December

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callofabstractIWA2021 deadline   The next 9th Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference of the International Water Association (IWA) will take place in Bilbao, Spain, the 26-27 of October 2021. We want to remind you that abstract submission deadline is the 15th of December, so, hurry up! We are looking forward to your work.

   As you probably know, this time, the conference is organized by our fantastic dream team of Olores.org. This IWA Odour and Emissions Conference series is one of the key odour conference worldwide, and we have the pleasure to hold it in Bilbao next year.

Call for abstracts for the 9th IWA Odour Conference

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   Call for abstracts is just open for the next 9th Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference of the International Water Association (IWA). The event will take place in Bilbao, Spain the 26-27 of October 2021. Abstracts for oral and poster session are more than welcome. Submission deadline is the 15th of December.

   This IWA Odour and Emissions Conference is one of the key odour conference worldwide, and this time it is been organized by the team of Olores.org.

9th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference 26-27 October 2021 Bilbao, Spain

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IWA2021   And here they are, the great news you were expecting! We are very excited to announce that the next 9th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emission Conference will take place the 26-27 of October 2021 in Bilbao, Spain. This time, the conference is organized by our fantastic dream team at Olores.org. The IWA Odour and Air Emissions Conferences is one of the worldwide leading odour conferences. These events bring together engineers, scientists, researchers, students, local authorities, managers and other professionals in order to address and discuss emerging odour issues.

   During the last meeting of the IWA Specialist Group on "Odours and Volatile Emissions", it was decided that the city that will host the IWA conference on odours and volatile emissions in 2021 will be Bilbao, Spain. This conference will be organized for the first time by Olores.org. Authors wishing to participate in this conference are invited to submit abstracts by email or online via the official website (not available yet).


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