Efficient solutions for air pollution control and environmental technologies
4 to 8 May September, 7–11th 2020, VDMA member companies from the air pollution control, waste and recycling technology sectors will be exhibiting for the first time on a joint area in Hall B6.
Frankfurt, 10 December 2019 – Strategies and new solutions in the fields of water, sewage, waste and raw materials management – the world’s leading trade fair IFAT provides the appropriate setting for innovative topics of environmental protection and occupational safety.
The joint stand of the VDMA General Air Technology Association focuses on the topics of air pollution control and waste and recycling technology.
Five member companies have joined forces with the VDMA to present efficient solutions for air pollution control and environmental technologies at IFAT.
Companies in the air pollution control sector
The IVOC‑X GmbH from Jena manufactures cross-industry modular, compact and easily scalable air pollution control systems for the decomposition of volatile organic compounds (VOC), such as solvents, fine chemicals and natural gas, through to the elimination of odours and flue gases. »IVOC‑X air pollution control systems save up to 90 percent of the operating costs compared to available exhaust air systems and thus reduce CO2 emissions enormously. This makes production cleaner and more efficient. IVOC‑X systems also make a significant contribution to occupational safety and environmental protection. We use IFAT as the world’s leading trade fair to draw the attention of new customers to our innovative technology,« says IVOC‑X Managing Director Dennis Sippach.
Recycling management, environment and occupational safety under one roof
For the first time, the VDMA is offering a joint cross-industry stand for air pollution control and waste and recycling technology at IFAT.
On average, each European produces just under half a ton of waste each year. Member companies of the VDMA Waste and Recycling Technology Association have technologies that keep as much of this waste as possible in the recycling cycle.
The members of the Air Pollution Control Division of the VDMA in turn manufacture extraction systems and equipment for a wide range of user industries against the background of occupational safety and environmental protection.
However, the common tasks and challenges are manifold. The joint stand, which spans different industries, therefore offers good opportunities to communicate universal topics in a sustainable manner.