An application of algae that consumes bacteria and other pathogens without the need for sunlight to cut operating costs in sludge digestion.
The four shows—Watertech India, Wastetech India, Cleantech India & Pollutech India—will be held Sept. 10 to 12, 2014 in New Delhi
For the third edition of Watertech India, Messe Frankfurt India will take up an environmental initiative addressing concerns of the four major sectors in resource conservation and waste management. Drawing from a response in the last two editions, the next edition of Watertech India will see the launch of three concurrent shows: Wastetech India, Cleantech India and Pollutech India, thus covering the chain of waste, water, pollution and energy management.
Scheduled from Sept. 10 to 12, 2014 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, Watertech India 2014 will provide an opportunity to showcase products and best practices in the control and reutilization of waste in these core sectors.
“The four co-jointly held environmental shows will not only create opportunities for the exhibiting companies but also encourage public and private sector professionals to change their outlook on the future by bringing business and sustainability at the forefront,” said Raj Manek, managing director of Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India.
Over the last two years, Watertech India has provided products that help businesses reduce pollution generated through their production centers and plants. Now, with the introduction of the three sector-focused shows, the fair will set the stage for economically viable and green solutions for wastewater treatment, resource recycling, clean energy and pollution management.
The previous edition of Watertech India featured 3,000 sq meters of exhibition space, attracting more than 1,400 trade visitors. The concurrent conference on drinking water, sanitation, municipal and industrial wastewater treatment saw active involvement of municipal representatives from 18 states and union territories across India, representing different water supply and sanitation schemes implemented by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.
“The exhibition last year was very useful and we saw some very innovative solutions which has prompted us to participate again this year,” said Yasmin Dubash, trade commissioner, Consulate General of Canada. “We will be bringing our new technologies this year, that have practical applications in the industry. We hope to see all the latest developments in India’s wastewater management sect