After a full three years of the D-NOSES project, it is time to take a look back on the work done and results so far. Delays caused by the pandemic have forced the extension of the project for 6 months, and we will be spending that time wrapping up the work and presenting the achievements to all stakeholders.

This initiative was born from the lack of a unified proper response to odour issues, and the need to fill in this perceived regulatory gap. After all, odours are the cause of the second most common environmental complaint after noise, at least in Europe, and our experience outside of Europe has so far shown that it tends to be the same worldwide.