Ready for IFAT? Why it’s worth a visit

The International Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management in Munich opens its doors the entire next week and invites you to a world full of innovative environmental technologies. We are also represented even more than once: At the common booth of bw-i (federal state Baden-Wuerttemberg) in Hall A1, stand number 431/530 and on the booth of our holding company Ott Hydromet (A5.543). Why it is worth visiting, we tell you in the following few lines…

The International Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management in Munich opens its doors the entire next week and invites you to a world full of innovative environmental technologies. We are also represented even more than once: At the common booth of bw-i (Baden-Wuerttemberg) in Hall A1, stand number 431/530 and on the booth of our holding company Ott Hydromet (A5.543).

Learn in the following points, why you should visit the IFAT…

  • Meet MARWIS 2.0:

The new product has its second major appearance here. Learn how the new version of the mobile road sensor differs from the previous one and what it is used for.

  • Find out why e.g. landfills and sludge drying plants need our weather sensors:

Many may not realize why operators of landfills, waste water and sewage treatment systems as well as other treatment plants must strictly observe winds, rain and other environmental conditions, and how they can deal with it the best.

  • Learn more about the world of water, sewage, waste and raw materials management and see what’s behind it all:

On the highly frequented trade fair you can find almost all kinds of environmental technologies, products and contacts with regard to the important topic. Here you can not only get informed but also collect new experiences and socialize or meet for a chat in the meeting area. Take the opportunity of seeing all industry partners at one place!

  • Enjoy Munich:

Last but not least the venue is always worth a visit. With its great range of shopping streets, museums and beer gardens, the city invites you to stroll and relax.

Convinced? Get one of the last tickets and come over – we look forward to seeing you there!

 

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