Recycling and municipal technologies
Waste isn't just waste: It's a potential raw material and source of energy. Around the world, the environmental technology sector is constantly developing new methods and technologies in order to cost-effectively tap into the reusable materials and energy contained in waste. Local authorities are also on the hunt for cost-effective solutions that can help them meet their municipal environmental obligations, i.e. street cleaning and winter road services. Be it waste management or municipal technologies, the IFAT trade fair helps bring supply and demand together.
- How can we turn waste management and recycling into raw material management?
- How can innovative logistical and technical solutions in waste collection and transportation, sorting, and material separation help us achieve this?
- From which types of waste can secondary raw materials be extracted, and which can be used as substitute fuel?
- Will our old landfill sites become reservoirs that enable us to protect and recover limited natural resources in the future?
Municipalities are also facing severe limitations in terms of personnel, machinery, and materials for street cleaning and winter road services. How can these services be optimized?
IFAT exhibitors from the key sector recycling and municipal technologies will present possible answers and solutions to these questions in halls A4 to A6, B4 to B6, C5 and C6 as well as at the open-air site. These areas can be accessed via the East and North Entrances.
The range of exhibitors encompasses the following sectors:
- Waste management and recycling
- Generating energy from secondary raw materials and waste
- Street cleaning, maintenance, and winter road services
- Decontamination of old sites and soil treatment
- Flue-gas scrubbing and air extraction/air pollution control
- Recycling services
- Analytical and laboratory technology for recycling
- Education, research, and technology transfer in the recycling sector