IFAT is the World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, and is a place where visitors can find strategies and solutions for using resources in intelligent cycles in a manner that ensures their long-term preservation—with a great deal of success.
There is an increasing need for innovations in the environmental technology sector. The growing number of visitors reflects this. IFAT 2018 attracted 142,472 visitors from 162 countries.
Use this opportunity and become an exhibitor or co-exhibitor to showcase your company, products, and services to an international market.
You are sure to receive huge interest and real demand from 142.472 visitors. Manage relationships with your customers, make new contacts, and benefit from long-term positive business prospects at IFAT.
Due to the participation schemes and digital services you will optimally benefit from IFAT 2020.
Clickhere to be forwarded to the exhibitor application for IFAT 2020
or directly contact:
Messe München GmbH Messegelände | 81823 München | Germany Tel. +49 89 949-20285 email@example.com
If you are interested in becoming a co-exhibitor at our stand, please contact:
Mrs. Sabrina Prentzel Tel.: 02242 872-219 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: April 30th, 2019
The exhibition spectrum
With “Water and sewage” and “Waste and secondary raw materials” IFAT features two clearly structured key sectors. Read more about the complete range of products and services at www.ifat.de/exhibition-sectors
Water and sewage
Hydraulic engineering and well construction
Construction of water and wastewater treatment plants
Water supply and sewerage systems
Hydraulic engineering and well construction engineering in water management
Analysis and laboratory techniques for water
Education, research and technology transfer for the water sector
Waste and secondary raw materials
Waste management and recycling
Generating energy from secondary raw materials and waste
Street cleaning, maintenance and winter road services
Management of hazardous substances
Flue-gas scrubbing and air extraction, air pollution control
Analysis and laboratory techniques for recycling
Education, research and technology transfer for the recycling sector