Book Online Tickets for IFAT India 2013 - India, Mumbai. Messe München already organizes two established events for the environmental sector: IFAT in Munich, the world’s largest environmental technology trade fair, and IE expo in Shanghai. 
IFAT was launched in 1966 in Munich, Germany. Sin

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Messe München already organizes two established events for the environmental sector: IFAT in Munich, the world’s largest environmental technology trade fair, and IE expo in Shanghai.

IFAT was launched in 1966 in Munich, Germany. Since then IFAT product range has been adapted continuously to the market requirement. In the 70’s the product range was extended by the topic waste treatment and recycling. At the end of the70’s street cleaning and winter road services was included in the product range. In the 90’s the product categories were extended at water supply – also from private providers. The two topics biogas (since 2008) and thermal treatment (since 2010) amend the waste-to-energy sector. The new product group in 2012: irrigation and drainage.

Since its first edition in 1966, IFAT has been growing from strength to strength with 151 exhibitors to 2,939 in 2012 breaking all records. This is a good evidence that not only has the show grown in size but has also been adaptable to the market needs.

Today, the IFAT Brand consists of three shows: IFAT in Munich, IE expo in China and now IFAT in INDIA.

IFAT INDIA will be an annual event and aims at providing an excellent international platform to showcase the full range of environmental technologies and services, with a comprehensive product portfolio from basic to highly sophisticated machinery and environmental solutions both from domestic and international exhibitors..

IFAT INDIA will be the most important B2B platform with a wide coverage of all relevant environmental sectors water, sewage, refuse, recycling and energy conservation management industry in India.


There are innumerable good reasons to visit IFAT INDIA – trade visitors get to know all new environmental trends and make the right contacts for a successful business year. Get to see a comprehensive product portfolio from basic to highly sophisticated machinery and environmental solutions due to the participation of the domestic and international industries all under one roof.

The entrance fee for IFAT INDIA is free on registration to all trade visitors. So plan your visit today by registering online or contacting the IFAT INDIA Team.

IFAT INDIA 2013 | India’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling


Exibitor Benefits:

  1. Exhibiting at IFAT INDIA is an extremely effective way to place your products in front of your current and potential customers in a highly influential environment and to establish and enhance your foothold in this competitive environment.
  2. An ideal opportunity to build prospective databases and maintain relationships with existing customers
  3. An appropriate platform to strengthen and showcase your brand
  4. A perfect launch for new products
  5. Gain access to one of the highly buoyant markets of Asia and find channel partners & distributors
  6. Meet the decision makers. Our widespread promotional campaign specifically targets visitors with decision making power.
  7. Profit from the competence of the organizers of IFAT in Munich
  8.  Central location in the business capital of India: Mumbai


Exhibit range

  1. Water extraction and treatment
    1.1 Drilling equipment
    1.2 Well construction and repair 
    1.3 Well monitoring 
    1.4 Process-water and rain-water harvesting 
    1.5 Sea-water desalination 
    1.6 Rainwater collection 
    1.7 Machinery and equipment for irrigation and drainage 
  2. Water and sewage treatment
    2.1 Mechanical-physical processes
    2.2 Separator systems
    2.3 Rakes, screens, filters
    2.4 Sewage treatment plants
    2.5 Chemical-physical processes
    2.6 Biochemical processes
    2.7 Treatment of sludge and residues
  3. Water distribution and sewers
    3.1 Pipes /pipelines
    3.2 Shafts/special structures/techniques 
    3.3 Sewer construction and rehabilitation 
    3.4 Sewer inspection, cleaning and maintenance 
    3.5 Pumps, lifting tackle
    3.6 Outlets and fittings
    3.7 Fittings/valves 
    3.8 Water pipeline cleansing 
  4. Refuse disposal and recycling
    4.1 Refuse sorting, collection and transport
    4.2 Vehicles and superstructures 
    4.3 Urban road cleaning and maintenance machines 
    4.4 Refuse treatment (mechanical, biological and thermal treatment) and recycling
    4.5 Treatment and disposal of hazardous waste 
    4.6 Treatment and disposal of infectious medical waste 
    4.7 Treatment and Recycling of electronic waste 
    4.8 Landfills 
    4.9 Plants and equipment for the recycling and utilisation of raw materials 
    4.10 General purpose equipment, devices and accessories 
    4.11 Transmission engineering, fluid technology and power generation units 
    4.12 Accessories and wear parts 
    4.13 Waste suppliers, distributors and traders 
  5. Generating energy from waste materials
    5.1 Biogas plants/fermentation, components
    5.2 Utilization of landfill gas
    5.3 Substrate processing, transport and feed systems
    5.4 Gas transport, treatment and utilization
    5.5 Treatment of fermentation waste materials
    5.6 Biomass logistics
    5.7 Heat recovery from waste water
    5.8 Waste heat and waste pressure utilization
  6. Energy efficiency technologies, services and products within the range of water, sewage, refuse and recycling
    6.1 Energy saving and emission reduction result display
    6.2 Industrial energy saving technologies and equipments (primary and secondary processes)
    6.3 Energy saving services and energy management contracts
    6.4 Other energy saving technologies and products
  7. Decontamination of old sites/soil treatment
    7.1 Registration, evaluating and monitoring contaminated soil, groundwater and buildings
    7.2 Treatment of contaminated soil
    7.3 Treatment of contaminated groundwater
  8. Air pollution control and noise reduction
    8.1 Flue- gas scrubbing and air extraction
    8.2 Noise reduction / Sound insulation
  9. Measuring, control and laboratory technology
    9.1 Measuring technology
    9.2 Analysis/laboratory technology
    9.3 Control technology
    9.4 Process technology for water, sewage, refuse and air
  10. Environment management and services
    10.1 Disposal services
    10.2 Water-supply and sewage-disposal services
    10.3 Engineering services, environmental management, eco-auditing
    10.4 Financing and PPP (Public Private Partnership)
    10.5 Computer hardware and software
    10.6 Analysis laboratories
    10.7 Aid organization
  11. Science, research, technology transfer
    11.1 Trade associations and institutions
    11.2 Research institutes/Universities
    11.3 Specialty publishers, trade literature, databases

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