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On the road to protecting our planet's natural resources: REMONDIS regularly takes part in national and international trade events to present its projects and innovations.
The REMONDIS Forum has become one of the leading events in Germany to focus on sustainable development and other important future issues. The 15th REMONDIS Forum is being held in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler in 2021. As always, we will be welcoming speakers from the worlds of politics, science and business and taking a close look at the latest environmental, economic and technical challenges.
Last year, the speakers focused on the ‘City of the Future’ and on the innovations and sustainability issues this will bring about for local authorities and their residents. Over 250 guests accepted REMONDIS Aqua’s invitation and took part in the event.
30 May – 03 June 2022
REMONDIS’ experts make the most of the opportunities offered by the IFAT to discuss the company’s latest innovations and projects with their international visitors
Once again, the IFAT, the world’s leading environmental exhibition, will be opening its doors in Munich from 30 May – 03 June 2022. Covering a surface area of 260,000m², the event will enable more than 3,300 exhibitors from 58 countries to showcase their innovations and services for the water, wastewater, waste and raw materials sectors. As always, people from all over the world are expected to attend the exhibition. A perfect opportunity, therefore, for the REMONDIS Group to present its extensive portfolio of products and services to the professionals visiting the event from Germany and beyond. One of the most urgent challenges of our times is ensuring valuable natural resources are handled efficiently. REMONDIS is stepping up to the mark here and taking on responsibility. At the IFAT, it will be demonstrating how systematic recycling processes and innovative services can enable high quality secondary raw materials to be recovered from waste – helping to sustainably curb climate change and conserve our planet’s natural resources.