World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management

Visit our stand A2/250 at IFAT, the world's leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management and learn more about our solutions for water treatment, water recycling, resource recovery and wastewater treatment.

Our topics at IFAT:

Sustainable water technology
Reducing the consumption of water, energy, and valuable materials. We optimize plant technology and the use of operating materials. This brings ecological and economic benefits.

Digital service platform WaterExpert
With WaterExpert, we support the operation of water technology plants. Data recorded in real time provides information on plant optimization and facilitates plant operation with recommendations for action.

Plant operation & contracting
Customers can concentrate fully on their production. We operate the water engineering plants. We offer various models for this: Plant support, plant operation, plant contracting

Compact plants 
We supply our prefabricated smaller plants in plug-and-play mode, so they are quickly connected and ready for operation. They are used in industry and commerce.


SESSION "Separate what belongs separately!"
Wednesday, 15 May from 15:30 - 16:20 in Hall A4 (Blue Stage):

The presentation will focus on innovative process engineering approaches for the safe removal of critical substances (e.g. PFAS, microplastics) from the valuable resource of water. Three moderated presentations will focus on current technology offerings. Detailed information on the lecture programme can be found here.

Presentation "Implementing the Complete Process Chain of Hydrogen Production with Water"
Thursday, 16 May from 10:30 - 10:50 a.m. in Hall A4 (Spotlight Area Hydrogen):

The presentation will look at water treatment for the production of green hydrogen. It will show which water quality is required for the operation of the electrolyser and why. Furthermore, treatment steps for different raw water qualities are described. Alternative water sources are shown in order to relieve the urban water cycle and a division between "ultra-pure water treatment" and "pre-treatment" is presented. The individual processes are briefly explained and illustrated with pictures of corresponding EnviroChemie plants. Detailed information on the lecture programme can be found here.


Further information about IFAT is available at www.ifat.de.


General contact

General contact

+49 6154 6998 100