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Assessing Environmental Odors – How EN13725:2022 Will Impact You



Assessing Environmental Odors – How EN13725:2022 Will Impact You
Thursday, December 1, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET

Are industrial odors causing a stink? While regulation is often limited, odors are becoming a more common hurdle for industry, whether through permitting concerns or nuisance issues. With topics like environmental justice generating interest, public engagement is reaching an all-time high. An understanding of odor science is becoming more important for industry EHS personnel and regulators alike. Whether you’ve managed odor for years or are new to managing odor concerns, you will benefit from this webinar as we share a background on odor science and ways it is analyzed. In particular, we will share updates with respect to the laboratory standard EN13725:2022. Join our experts to learn about revisions to this standard, the impacts and limitations of the standard, and how it may impact you.
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Presenter: Mike McGinley, PE, Laboratory Director, St. Croix Sensory
Mr. McGinley is the Laboratory Director of St. Croix Sensory. He has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Minnesota and a Master’s degree in Environmental Health Engineering from the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. He is a member of several industry organizations including WEF and ASTM. Mike’s work at St. Croix Sensory involves overseeing daily laboratory operations including environmental air and product odor evaluations, laboratory QA/QC, and manufacturing of odor testing products.

Moderator: Angie Wanger, CM, Managing Consultant, Trinity Consultants
Ms. Wanger is a Managing Consultant at Trinity Consultants. She has a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology degree from Iowa State University. She is also Chair of the A&WMA Odor Technical Committee. She has worked with clients in private industry, municipal/county government, tribal government, and attorneys on odor projects. Her odor project work includes direct source sampling, modeling, field work, complaint response plans, expert testimony and litigation support. She has delivered webinar and classroom odor training and spoken at international conferences on odor topics.