Odor Mitigation Strategies for Cannabis Grows

by Byers Scientific | June 14, 2021 | Cannabis

Cannabis plants transpire (or sweat) as humans do. There are over 200 compounds found in the emissions coming off the plants consisting of monoterpenes, sesquiterpenes, thiols, and more. [1] All…

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The Ultimate Guide to Sustainable Carbon Scrubbing

by Byers Scientific | May 24, 2021 | Cannabis | Odor

Carbon filters are the recommended best management practice (BMP) for cannabis emissions and odor control according to the Denver Cannabis Sustainability Working Group’s 2020 BMP Guide. Carbon filtration is currently the best control technology…

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Can Smells from Cannabis Cultivation Be Effectively Measured & Controlled?

by Byers Scientific | May 21, 2021 | Blog | Cannabis | Emissions | Resources

Whether you love or loathe the distinct smell of cannabis, there’s no denying that it has quickly become a talking point in communities across the country. With recreational cannabis now…

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Sustainable Ways to Mitigate Emissions and Odor for Cultivators and Processors

by Byers Scientific | May 13, 2021 | Blog | Cannabis | Emissions | Resources

As a sustainable business, it is imperative to be a steward of the environment, which includes being mindful of environmental and social impact concerns of air quality and odor emissions….

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The Overlooked Elephant In The Greenhouse-Design Room

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis

In the process of conducting our research, we’ve visited multiple types of cannabis cultivation facilities. In Denver, we’ve found cultivators in warehouse space and ex-business parks. In New Jersey, we’ve…

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How To Become An Expert At Finding The Right Expert Witness

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis

As a relatively new industry, legal cannabis cultivation is under intense scrutiny by not only government regulators but also a skeptical public who is slow to let go of the…

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Good Science Makes Good Neighbors

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis

Many modern communities have a diverse mix of residents with a range of livelihoods and motivations for where they work and reside. One outcome of this for rural communities is…

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Tips For Hiring a Cannabis Lawyer and Planner

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis

This month, Pacific Environmental Analytics, LLC has asked Amy Steinfeld, co-chair of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s cannabis and industrial hemp industry group and land use and water attorney, and Rebecca…

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Air Quality and Santa Barbara County Cannabis

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis | Press

Air quality is something cannabis farmers think about a lot. Some neighbors love the floral scent of cannabis. Some consider it a nuisance and would describe it as “skunky.” Whatever…

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Controlling the Stench

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis | Press

Let’s face it, not everyone loves the smell of cannabis. In this Tech Moment, we sat down with Autumn Shelton and Hanna Brand, co-owners of Autumn Brands. Over a century…

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It’s Time to Clear the Air on “Carbon Filtration”

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis | Odor

Hi, I am Dr. William Vizuete, Chief Scientific Officer at Pacific Environmental Analytics (PEA). At PEA, we work with both new and experienced commercial cannabis cultivators and processors, but one…

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Where and When to Spend Your Odor Control Bucks

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Cannabis | Emissions | Odor

Hi, I am Dr. Alex Guenther of Pacific Environmental Analytics (PEA). Last month, we took a closer look at molecular filtration and identified some often overlooked considerations that can have…

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Understanding emissions profiles has led to the latest solutions for odor control

by Byers Scientific | January 12, 2021 | Cannabis | Press

Byers Scientific has raised the bar again. Since the recent launch of their latest odor mitigation technology, the Byers MT-6 Molecular Scrubbing System for indoor and greenhouse cultivation, the Byers…

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