To support compliance with the standards of the pig farming industry’s clean production agreement, the Embassy of Denmark in Chile, the Danish Agriculture & Food Council (DAFC), and ChileCarne, will conduct the first of a series of webinars to provide companies with the tools they need to obtain certification.

The companies that joined the Chile Conscious Origin Program (ChOC in Spanish) must work on several areas to meet the requirements and obtain their sector’s certification. That is why the program is conducting a series of workshops to help them on their path to sustainability.

Regarding use of water and odor management, ChOC will hold the online seminar “Reduction of odor emissions and water consumption” organized by the Embassy of Denmark, DAFC, and ChileCarne. It is the first of a series focused on the new Chilean regulations on odor emissions in pig farming. The webinar will feature Danish solutions and technologies implemented in that country for pig production, as well as a more efficient use of water.

“We are partnering with the Danish Embassy given the entry into force of new odor emissions standards for the sector, while supporting the search for water efficiency technologies for pig farms,” said Daniela Alvarez, ChileCarne’s Sustainability Manager.

The webinar will be held on October 3, from 9 to 10 a.m. (Chilean time) via Zoom. Registration available at this link:

Once completed, you will receive a meeting invite via email with the link to join the webinar.

You can find more information on future workshops on this and other sustainability-related topics at