Odours and Air Emissions Conference 2024
The Clean Air Society of Australia and Zealand (CASANZ) and the International Water Association (IWA) are delighted to announce the upcoming partnership of the 27th CASANZ International Clean Air and Environment Conference and the 10th Odours and Air Emissions Conference 2024.
This highly anticipated event will bring together professionals, researchers, industry experts, and policymakers from around the world to share insights, exchange knowledge, and advance the field of odour science, assessment, regulation, management, and engineering.
We invite you to be a part of this enriching experience, taking place in the vibrant city of Hobart, Australia, on 25-28 August 2024.
Cutting-Edge Insights: Gain access to the latest research, advancements, and novel approaches in odour assessment, measurement, monitoring, management, computational modelling, data analytics, engineering, and policy, presented by distinguished speakers and thought leaders.
Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow attendees, industry leaders, and key stakeholders to exchange ideas, build partnerships, and explore future collaborations.
Professional Development: Enhance your expertise through engaging workshops, panel discussions, and technical sessions tailored to meet participants’ diverse interests and career stages.
Inspiration for Change: Discover practical strategies and initiatives that empower individuals and organisations to contribute to a less odorous world, cleaner air, healthier communities, and a sustainable future.
In-depth Sessions: Immerse yourself in a series of in-depth sessions on ‘The Odour Briefcase’. The topics will include odour measurement and monitoring, odour control technologies and emission reduction strategies, the impact of odour on communities and an insight into how practitioners and regulators can enhance their understanding to manage the lived experience, current and progressive policy and regulatory frameworks, advances in predictive dispersion modelling, and novel/emerging software tools/technologies such as artificial intelligence and its impact on the field of odour science and engineering.
Expert Speakers: Learn from prominent national and international experts and practitioners, each with a wealth of experience and knowledge, sharing insights that can shape the future of odour measurement, management, and policy.
Interactive Workshops: Participate in interactive workshops and hands-on activities led by the CASANZ Odour Special Interest Group. This will allow you to apply the knowledge gained during the conference workshops to real-world scenarios
Who Should Go
This highly anticipated event will be attractive to emerging odour professionals, junior and experienced consultants, government agencies, local Councils, and industries who are involved in the field of odour science, assessment, regulation, management, and engineering.