Extra eNoses against odour nuisance

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TweetThe eNose network in and around the Port of Amsterdam will be expanded in 2018. Together with the Port Authority Amsterdam and the EPA ODNZKG, the province of North-Holland is building an extensive network of eNoses to detect smell. With this eNose network it is possible to pick up on odours at an early stage and trace the sources to …

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Stopping Nasty Smells at Rotterdam’s Port

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TweetIn the port of Rotterdam, work takes place to stop the unintentional release of all sorts of substances. Some gases are hazardous or irritating and not all gases are perceptible to human senses. An ‘e-nose’ (electronic nose) can do this and responds to changes in the composition of the air. The Port of Rotterdam has a unique system of e-noses: …

Lennart VerhoefStopping Nasty Smells at Rotterdam’s Port

Annual report 2016 eNose network Port of Amsterdam (GeurInzicht)

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TweetSince October 1, 2015, the eNose network is operational in the Port of Amsterdam. The eNose network project (GeurInzicht) is an initiative by the Port of Amsterdam in cooperation with EPA North Sea Canal Area and the Province of North-Holland. These parties work together in this project with private companies active in the port and the Fire Department. The project aims …

Lennart VerhoefAnnual report 2016 eNose network Port of Amsterdam (GeurInzicht)

Muuga Port region begins to smell the air of eNoses

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Tweet Last week 21 eNoses and 4 windsensors were installed in the Muuga Port and Maardu region in Estonia. The innovative electronic nose sensors, or eNoses can be used to continuously monitor the chemical composition in ambient air. The eNoses are installed at various locations around terminals, industry and residential area to monitor both odorous and non-odorous gas emissions. The positions of the eNoses …

Lennart VerhoefMuuga Port region begins to smell the air of eNoses

eNoses contribute to sustainable port development Port of Durban

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TweetEnoses contribute to sustainable port development in the Port of Durban. In attendance of Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte, a Memorandum of Understanding between the Dutch government and the Municipality of Ethekwini (Durban) was signed during the trade mission of Dutch businesses and governmental representatives in Johannesburg, South Africa.  

Lennart VerhoefeNoses contribute to sustainable port development Port of Durban

In Rotterdam everything’s gone green

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Tweet Traditionally Rotterdam is the industrial heart of the Netherlands, but these days the city has branched out into culture, design and tourism. It also focuses on the environment. The city hosted the 2014 Cleantech Summit, focusing on issues including clean industry, energy efficiency, clean energy, water, and air. All the above are present in Rotterdam and project leaders arrive here in droves looking …

Lennart VerhoefIn Rotterdam everything’s gone green