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The Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia in cooperation with the Latvian Association for Environmental Management and the State Environmental Service organised a regional workshop “Odour measurement, control, reduction measures and monitoring in the Baltic countries”. The workshop gathered representatives of governmental organisations and control authorities, industrial enterprises, and consulting companies to discuss experiences in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.

The agenda of the workshop included a key note speech on different approaches to odour regulations in Europe and associated assessment methods, presentations on national odour regulations, limit values and control requirements by responsible authorities from all three countries, demonstration of odour measurement and monitoring techniques, and reports on practical experience in odour management (case studies), followed by a panel discussion.

Language of the workshop was English with simultaneous translation to Latvian.

The workshop took place at Room 409 in the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development, Peldu iela 25, Riga, on 26 November 2015. 

The project was funded by Latvian Environmental Protection Fund. Project number: 1-08/372/2015


Agenda


Presentations:

Odour regulations in Europe – different approaches and associated assessment methods (measurements and dispersion modelling)

Odour regulations – experience in Latvia

Regulations and general framework of odour management in Estonia

Regulations and control – experience in Lithuania

Odour measurement and monitoring techniques

Odour emissions of shale oil production – KKT Oil case study

AS „Putnu fabrika Ķekava” case study

Port of Tallinn Muuga area case study 

eNose: an instrument for environmental surveillance in the Port of Rotterdam

B.L.B. Baltijas Termināls case study

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