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IFAT India 2019: Seawater Desalination -Technology with a Promising Future

26.07.2019 -

The Indian subcontinent is facing an increasing water scarcity. The latest example is Chennai: The capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu needs to be supplied with the “blue gold” by special trains. According to the Desalination Institute DME, located in Duisburg, Germany, 52 different desalination technologies are currently available and could help to cope with this challenge.

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  • Final Report IFAT Africa 2019: Approaching Southern Africa’s Environmental Challenges with Enthusiasm

    18.07.2019 -

    The third IFAT Africa, held from July 9 to 11, 2019, was able to reinforce its reputation as the leading trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling in Southern Africa. The growing numbers of exhibitors and visitors created a spirit of enthusiasm on the fair ground in Johannesburg, South Africa, as well as optimism with regard to the environmental technologies market in this part of the world.

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    WETEX 2019 in the UAE: New Water and Environmental Technology for the Desert Nation

    04.07.2019 -

    The United Arab Emirates is investing huge amounts of money in securing its future water and energy supply. For overseas companies in these sectors, the trade fair WETEX is the platform for showcasing their innovations and technologies relating to water, wastewater, energy and the environment. It is taking place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center from October 21–23, 2019. The event is hosted by the water and energy authority DEWA, the country s largest public-sector company.

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