Odors and Air Pollutants 2014: On the Smelling Edge

 

Whenever I think about going to a WEF conference there are a couple things on my mind. One is to see what everyone is doing and another is to find out what are the hot topics, technologies du jour, and newest trends in our industry. A WEF conference always makes ‘scents’ because there’s such a concentration of expertise and innovative thinking. (One of the things we all love about odor control is how many ways we can make a play on words to fit our stinkin’ business.) If you haven’t gotten a whiff of the news, Odors and Air Pollutants 2014 starts later this month in Miami, Fla., where highlights for this May 31 – June 3, 2014 conference include the workshop on Odor and Corrosion Hot Spots and the Opening General Session on Saturday. Our keynote speaker is Mr. Charles McGinley, whose topic “Frontiers of Smell” will be informative, insightful, and a little humorous to be sure.

 

The technical papers start Sunday morning and run through Tuesday at noon. You will not want to turn your nose up to the many different topics, case studies, and new technologies that will be presented in parallel sessions. I promise you will learn stuff. We will even tell which wastewater treatment plant in America advertises for wedding events at their plant. I assure you there are no bad odors at this plant.

 

Look at the details of the conference and sign up today. Invite a friend. Bring your spouse to enjoy the vibrant City of Miami. And get ready for an educational experience that really reeks, I mean ROCKS! I think we have a lot to offer at this event--- it is well planned, geared towards both experienced practitioners and newbies, and you will learn stuff.

 

See you in Miami!

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Whenever I think about going to a WEF conference there are a couple things on my mind. One is to see what everyone is doing and another is to find out what are the hot topics, technologies du jour, and newest trends in our industry. A WEF conference always makes ‘scents’ because there’s such a concentration of expertise and innovative thinking. (One of the things we all love about odor control is how many ways we can make a play on words to fit our stinkin’ business.) If you haven’t gotten a whiff of the news, Odors and Air Pollutants 2014 starts later this month in Miami, Fla., where highlights for this May 31 – June 3, 2014 conference include the workshop on Odor and Corrosion Hot Spots and the Opening General Session on Saturday. Our keynote speaker is Mr. Charles McGinley, whose topic “Frontiers of Smell” will be informative, insightful, and a little humorous to be sure.

 

The technical papers start Sunday morning and run through Tuesday at noon. You will not want to turn your nose up to the many different topics, case studies, and new technologies that will be presented in parallel sessions. I promise you will learn stuff. We will even tell which wastewater treatment plant in America advertises for wedding events at their plant. I assure you there are no bad odors at this plant.

 

Look at the details of the conference and sign up today. Invite a friend. Bring your spouse to enjoy the vibrant City of Miami. And get ready for an educational experience that really reeks, I mean ROCKS! I think we have a lot to offer at this event--- it is well planned, geared towards both experienced practitioners and newbies, and you will learn stuff.

 

See you in Miami!

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Neil A. Webster, P.E.

Mr. Webster is the Chairman of the WEF Odor Committee and has been in the odor control consulting business for more than 30 years. He is President of Webster Environmental Associates in Louisville, KY, and holds a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Purdue University. Mr. Webster has worked on a wide range of odor control projects during his career and enjoys working with WEF and the other peer volunteers in sharing knowledge and experience about odor control through conferences, workshops, publications and web casts.