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IFATIFAT (May 14–18, Munich, Germany; www.ifat.de) is the world’s leading tradefair for water, sewage, waste- and raw-materials management. This year, two additional halls have been added, with more than 3,100 exhibitors expected to participate, presenting the latest products and services spanning the environmental sector, from sewage-treatment plants to the use of comminution machines in refuse treatment. The innovations presented at IFAT aim to promote the sustainable use of the available resources in order to protect and improve our quality of life and the state of the environment.

A sample of some of the new products being exhibited at IFAT 2018 is presented below.

 

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