IFAT India – Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Refuse and Recycling
India’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Solid Waste and Recycling.
IFAT India is an ideal platform to network with industry leaders and business partners in the environmental technology sector from across the globe. The seventh edition witnessed an overwhelming response, with a record attendance of 9,633 visitors and 311 exhibitors. IFAT India will again open its doors for everyone from December 2-4 2021 at Gujarat. The fair is an ideal industrial hub in a highly promising market for all environmental needs.
Join IFAT India 2021 to get more potential business contacts and to exchange the latest industry know-how!
IFAT India will be co-located with The Smarter E India and drink technology India to give industry stakeholders access to networking and markets across integrated sectors. The Smarter E India is India’s innovation hub for the new energy world. It presents cross-sector energy solutions and technologies and reflects the interaction of the solar, energy storage and electric mobility industry. drink technology India is India’s leading international trade fair for the beverage and, dairy and liquid food industry. It is the country’s eminent platform and market-place that exhibits the latest brands, products and technologies of the industry.
Meet ISWA at IFAT India
ISWA will join IFAT India again in person this year. During the exhibition, ISWA will organise a panel discussion on waste management on the last day. This session is organised with our National Member in India the Institute of Chartered Waste Managers (ICWM) let by Dr. Vivek Arawal. Join and meet us there!
The Future of Waste Management – Opportunities and Technologies
With growing urban population and changing household consumption patterns, waste management is fast becoming one of the key problems of modern society due to the ever-expanding volume and complexity of discarded domestic and industrial waste. Appropriate waste and resource management, under the right policy and business conditions, contributes to learning and development of capability, which in turn contributes to sound waste management practices. This session will address the future of waste management and describe existing technologies and opportunities in the sector. Further, the session will present potential solutions to the hurdles/challenges of waste management in India and the region.