On June 2, the Municipal Waste Management Company AWM München hosted the delegation of waste management experts from Brazil for a "hands-on visit" within the reality of the city. The host was Mr. Frederic Weihberg from AWM. The visitors, Brazilian businessmen from different regions of Brazil, took advantage of the IFAT fair in Munich.
Be it plastics, building materials or water: sustainable resource management solutions are essential for environmental and climate protection—and can be found at IFAT Munich. The World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management took place from May 30 to June 3, 2022. 2.984 exhibitors and around 119,000 visitors confirmed the fair as the most important platform for environmental technologies.
Greyparrot is tackling a huge problem: waste is the fourth biggest contributor to climate change and to date, there has been limited data on the 2.1 billion tonnes of waste produced each year - meaning there has been limited transparency or accountability for how waste is managed
Since its inception in 2019, the Greyparrot AI-powered computer vision system has analysed over ten billion packaging items in sorting plants to increase recycling rates and introduce accountability to the waste value.
The IFAT Munich supporting program will feature a wealth of knowledge on trends and innovations in the environmental industry, including the circular economy and resource efficiency, the sustainable use and reuse of water, climate-resilient cities and environmentally friendly drive systems in municipal fleets. More than 300 speakers and a variety of formats will offer an abundance of information and inspiration.
Three triumphant exhibition days and two days full of inspiring conference sessions marked a real success for Europe’s largest platform for the energy industry: 1,356 exhibitors from 46 countries presenting their solutions on 132,000 square meters. More than 65,000 visitors from 149 countries exceeded expectations for this year’s The smarter E Europe – an increase of 33 percent compared to the last regular event in 2019. The next The smarter E Europe is scheduled to June 14–16, 2023.
Active in circular waste management for 50 years, TOMRA has successfully closed the loop on plastics and is set to further drive change. At IFAT, TOMRA will present its intelligent sorting technology and detail how these, combined with holistic approaches, support closing the loop on further material cycles.
What does the power supply of tomorrow look like? Which technological trends are dominating the industry? And which new business models are changing the face of the energy industry? Answers to these questions and more will be shared at the four conferences forming part of Europe’s largest platform for the energy industry, The smarter E Europe, on May 10–11, 2022. With just one ticket, visitors will have access to the Intersolar Europe Conference, ees Europe Conference, Power2Drive Europe...
Less waste, reuse of raw materials, clean water, climate-resilient cities—from May 30 to June 3, 2022, IFAT Munich will put technologies and solutions for an environmentally and climate-friendly future on display. It is the largest network for environmental technologies, connecting industry, politics, municipalities and science.
Solar energy has gained a significant share in the Brazilian energy matrix. Driven by the growth of renewables, other technologies envision great market potential. One of them is green hydrogen (H2V). In occasion of the The smarter E Europe, Europe's largest platform for the energy industry, we would like to invite you to get deep insight into the exciting developments Brazil offers. Meet likeminded stakeholders, expand your network and make business contacts that matter. The event is hosted by...
The Brazilian government launched on Wednesday (April 13) the Recicla+ Program, which establishes the Recycling Credit Certificate (CCR in the original Portuguese acronym)). The measure formulated by the Ministries of Economy and Environment shall stimulate private investments in the recycling of products and packaging disposed of by consumers. At the event, President Jair Bolsonaro signed the decree that regulates the certificate.