New Partner for IFAT: BDSV Organizes Special Display

21.10.2013

IFAT is adding another special display to its program – on the subject of recycling motor vehicles. The display is being organized by a new partner of IFAT, the steel recycling association BDSV (Bundesvereinigung Deutscher Stahlrecycling- und Entsorgungsunternehmen).

As part of this partnership, the BDSV will have its own booth at the show for the first time; this will be a gathering place for the sector and also a source of compact information on current themes in the industry. During IFAT the association will be putting on a number of events looking at topical issues. Heiner Gröger, President of the BDSV, is well aware of the importance of the world´s leading environmental technology showcase: "For a long time we have seen that many highly regarded members of our association have been exhibiting at IFAT. And now it´s time for the association itself to take a booth here and provide an information offering at this show."

On a dedicated space on the open-air site, the organizers are planning to stage various practical demonstrations on how to dismantle motor vehicles, e.g. how to drain the liquids from them, remove hazardous substances, how to crush them, etc. all on a conveyor-belt system. The correct way to handle old vehicles is set out in the "End-of-life Vehicle Regulations". Spectators at the show will get the chance to see these processes in action.

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