Odour appointment

Posted: Wednesday 6th June 2012

Dr Sophia Georgaki has recently joined Odour Services International Limited (OSIL) as Process Manger. The main focus of her work is to provide the Process Management function for OSIL including the continued development of existing and future company technologies, research into new technologies, processes and applications and provide process and technical support to the Sales and Marketing and Project Delivery Departments as and when required.

Dr Sophia Georgaki obtained her first degree in Chemical Engineering at the South Bank University, a Master of Science in Advanced Chemical Engineering at Imperial College, and a PhD in mass transfer modeling of odour control technologies at Cranfield University, where she investigated the application of hollow fibre membranes as a new technology for odour control. With over six years experience in odour control and with several published papers she has worked as a process odour control engineer and odour specialist for MWH and Bord Na Mona. She has extensive experience in process design and commissioning of odour control plants, technical evaluations and project management.

Odour Services International Limited are a leading process led odour control company. Since 2004 they have provided a full range of odour control services to the water and wastewater industries, the waste sector and the industrial marketplace.

With a unique range of trademark odour control solutions ranging from the leading biological LavaRok systems to the new ionization systems. OSIL can offer their clients the correct solution to the odour problem they are experiencing.

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