|Cost Recovery / Cost Allocation|
|Environmental Health and Safety|
|Environmental / Occupational Regulatory Affairs|
|Exposure and Risk Analysis|
|Forensic Environmental Sciences|
|Regulatory Toxicology and Chemistry|
|Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Technologies|
|Strategic Environmental Marketing|
Odors associated with manufacturing operations, waste management activities, or residual management operations are often the most significant contact between an organization and the community. The release of even small quantities of odorants may sensitize the community to the potential for toxicant exposure and trigger health, nuisance or property damage complaints.
CPF scientists have been at the forefront of odor science for several years and recognize that the human perception of odor is complex, involving chemical, physiological, and psychological components.
CPF scientists apply innovative applications of traditional tools such as air quality analyses, community epidemiology studies and sophisticated exposure modeling to delineate and often solve odor-related issues.
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