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The Place To Meet Global Industry Players IFAT World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management May 14-18, 2018 Munich Germany

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Expanded by two additional halls, this year’s IFAT will take place from May 14 to 18 at Munich’s exhibition center. Over 3,100 exhibitors will showcase all aspects of water supply and disposal alongside specialists in waste  treatment and recycling. The focus is on innovative  concepts for recovering secondary raw materials as well as sustainable ways of handling resources. IFAT 2018  features a unique range of strategies and solutions to  tackle diverse and complex global challenges.

Visitors to IFAT 2018 can expect two new halls plus a new layout, allowing a clearer structure of the two core areas: Waste and Secondary Raw Materials as well as Water and Sewage. On over 2,798,600 sq.ft., covering all available exhibition halls and part of the open-air site, discover the state of the art in water, sewage, waste and raw materials management.

IFAT emphasizes future topics: the 2018 edition will for the first time also incorporate the issue of  “sustainability in road construction”. A special show on the Munich exhibition site will address  resource-saving procedures and machines as well as durable materials for road engineering.

Online registration for IFAT 2018 is open!
Get your Print@home-Ticket with just a few mouse clicks. Your Print@home-Ticket ensures you fast and easy
access to the fair ground and saves you time and money.

Join the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management – IFAT in May now!

For more information on the show, visit www.ifat.de/en

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