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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Podcast 14: Sustainability is in the Air – Cannabis Odor Mitigation & Emission Analysis

by Byers Scientific | May 05, 2021 | Emissions | Podcast

The SCC welcomes Marc Byers, Founder & President of Byers Scientific and Dr. Will Vizuete, Chief Scientific Officer, as they are joined by Tristan Strauss, Co-Founder & CEO of Headwaters…

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Byers Emissions Analysis – Empowering Sustainable Commercial Cannabis

by Byers Scientific | April 22, 2021 | Blog | Emissions | Resources

Byers Emissions Analysis (BEA) identifies, measures, models and assesses cannabis plant emissions serving operators, regulators and communities. BEA provides critical site-specific emissions data to empower informed decisions and offer solutions…

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Understanding Cannabis Emissions For Improved Air Quality

by Byers Scientific | January 27, 2021 | Emissions

In this our inaugural edition I would like address Cannabis Terpenoid Emission Factor Measurements for the purposes of measuring the potential impacts of cannabis cultivation on air quality. The overall…

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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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