Over 135,000 visitors from approx. 170 countries | 3,081 exhibitors from 59 nations | More
international than ever
"IFAT 2014 was once again the shop window for innovations and technical solutions that meet the
challenges of the future. We were very pleased with the competence, quantity
and international spread among the visitors. We had many high-caliber contacts
and that promises good follow-on business after the show."
The section on water at IFAT is being further strengthened: The Arab
Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA) and Germany’s Technisches
Hilfswerk (THW) have signed up to long-term cooperations with the world’s most
important environmental technology trade show.
GreenTec Awards were presented at the Internationales Congress Center München (ICM) on
the evening of May 4. The green environmental summit attracted plenty of
prominent personalities to the trade-fair center. The GreenTec Awards are the glamorous kick-off event for
IFAT, the world's largest trade fair for environmental technology, which takes
place at the Messe München trade-fair center from May 5–9.
A green carpet, prominent personalities and a flurry of camera flashes:
The GreenTec Awards will be presented at the Internationalen Congress
Center München (ICM) on May 4. One winner has already been
announced: The Club of Rome has won the IFAT Environmental Leadership
Award. The world's largest trade fair for environmental technology
takes place at the Messe München trade-fair center from May 5
– 9, 2014.
The world’s most important trade show for environmental
technology IFAT – taking place between May 5 and 9, 2014 in
Munich – will again be a showcase for innovations designed to
meet the environmental challenges in regions around the world.
Significant new business potential is opening up in a number of
Alongside the extensive program on offer in the Forums at IFAT in
Munich between May 5 and 9, there are many live demonstrations and
Over 200 projects entered | Approx. 100,000 votes submitted online | Jury selected winners on February 25
Country and Theme Specials once again the main attraction | Premiere: intelligent urbanization, in three theme blocks
Drinking water production and the treatment of waste water, plus all
the associated transport, management and monitoring functions, are
central themes at the world’s leading environmental technology
exhibition, IFAT in Munich. In all segments of the water and
waste-water industry, there is still plenty of scope for innovations,
as the sector will be amply demonstrating at the Messe München
exhibition center between May 5 and 9, 2014. Here are just some
examples of what the exhibitors showcased ahead of the event, at the
Media Dialog which took place on January 7 and 8, 2014.
Protecting resources by recycling building materials | Live demonstrations on approx. 8,000 m² of space | Focus on processing building waste
Innovations in every aspect of
waste management will be presented at the environmental technology show IFAT
between May 5 and 9, 2014, at the exhibition center in Munich. Set out below are just some examples
of this, as announced by IFAT exhibitors at the first IFAT Media Dialog which
took place on January 7 and 8.
Approx. 3,000 exhibitors | 230,000 m2 of exhibition space |
56 joint stands from 13 countries | Waiting list in a number of
Leaky sewers pose a number of threats. One is
the risk of polluting the surrounding soil and the groundwater. Another is that
water entering these pipes from outside increases the operating costs of the
sewerage works. The ground below the leakage points can also be eroded, in
extreme cases even endangering the infrastructure and buildings above it.
it comes to winter road services and street cleaning, what’s important are
performance, safety and cleanliness, and of course cost-efficiency. The
suppliers of equipment, systems and services in this field are doing their bit
via their solutions to ensure these goals are achieved. A comprehensive review
of this market will being presented at the environmental technology show IFAT
from May 5 to 9, 2014, in Munich.
Merely disposing of waste safely or cleaning up
polluted water to make it safe is today just the start: Increasingly the
emphasis is also on tapping into the energy potential that is hidden in waste
materials, waste water and exhaust air. The latest technology and solutions to
cope with these challenges are to be showcased between May 5 and 9, 2014, by
exhibitors at IFAT, at the Messe München exhibition center.
IFAT, which takes place at the Messe München
exhibition center between May 5 and 9, 2014, is adding another special
to its program – on the subject of recycling motor vehicles. The
being organized by a new partner of IFAT, the steel recycling
association BDSV (Bundesvereinigung Deutscher Stahlrecycling- und
From the separation of liquids, solids and
harmful gases through to flue-gas scrubbing and biological purification of
exhaust gas – new air-pollution control technologies have long been a part of
the repertoire at the world’s most important environmental technology trade
show, IFAT, which takes place from May 5 to 9, 2014, at the Messe München
The extraction and processing of water, and treatment
of wastewater and sewage, are core themes at the world’s leading environmental
technology trade show, IFAT.
GreenTec Awards and Messe
München International are entering into a partnership | The award ceremony is being held on Sunday, May 4, 2014
Once again, IFAT will occupy all the halls at the trade fair center |
More outdoor exhibition space | Large number of exhibitors
participating again | IFAT image film available
IFAT gets a new key visual and claim | The next IFAT takes place from May 5 to 9, 2014 | BDE remains a
conceptual sponsor of the show
Approximately 125,000 visitors from 180 countries | 2,939 exhibitors from 54 nations | Unprecedentedly international profile
“At IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 we enjoyed the
vivid and open dialog with our customers from the industry as well as from
municipals. The quality and number of our customer contacts have
confirmed that IFAT ENTSORGA is an important
networking platform for us.”