IFAT 2018 with new hall allocation
At present, two new trade show halls (C5 and C6) are being built at the exhibition center in Munich so that 20,000 square meters more will be available to IFAT 2018.
IFAT has continually evolved, incorporating new segments into its exhibition range and enlarging existing ones. We have made it our objective to interlink the individual areas in the best possible way and to facilitate purposeful visitor orientation at the same time.
The exhibition key sector water and sewage will therefore be located in the western part of the trade fair venue, the key sector recycling and municipal technologies in the eastern part.
Water and sewage
Halls A1–A3, B1–B3, C1–C4. Accessible via the West, Northwest and North Entrances
Halls A1 to A3 will continue to house the construction of water and wastewater treatment plants.
In addition, this area is enlarged in terms of content to include the core subject hydraulic engineering and construction of wells and is continued in hall B2. With this enlargement, the subject of water supply and drinking water also becomes more conspicuous at IFAT 2018.
Mechanical engineering and plant engineering in water management with the segments pumps in hall B1 and process measuring and control technology in hall C1 as well as the fittings area in hall C2 form the perfect link-up. This subject area is rounded off by water supply and sewerage systems in halls B2 to B3 as well as C3 to C4.
The subjects of ducts, pipes and sewers are now to be found in halls B2 and B3, the subjects of their construction and maintenance in halls C3 and C4.
Recycling and municipal services equipment
Halls A4–A6, B4–B6, C5–C6, open-air area. Accessible via the East and North Entrances
The area of refuse management, recycling and municipal services equipment requires direct connection with the open-air area. This is made possible by placing the area of plant construction for refuse treatment and recycling, decontamination of old sites as well as recycling and utilization of secondary raw materials in halls B4 to B6.
Municipal services equipment with the subjects vehicles and superstructures as well as street cleaning, maintenance and winter road services is to be found in the new halls C5 and C6.
In addition, the area of refuse management and recycling carries on in the open-air area as well as in halls A4 to A6.
The area of recycling and municipal services equipment is rounded off by the subject of generating energy from secondary raw materials and waste with thermal and biological treatment and air pollution control in hall A4 as well as refuse collection and transport in hall A5 and services in hall A6.
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