North India’s Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Solid Waste and Recycling
The first IFAT Delhi was held in the India Habitat Centre in the Indian capital from January 29 to 31, 2020 – in Co-Location with World Sustainable Development Summit 2020.
With IFAT Delhi there is a platform of solutions for the North of India; above all, it is the intention to show to communities and politicians what environmental technologies can do by now. Water and sewage, waste and recycling, clean air – the key topics of the new environmental technologies trade fair are customised to the challenges in North India.
Venue: India Habitat Centre, New-Delhi, India
First edition: 2020
Next show: January 29-31, 2020
The North of India calls for action
New Delhi has about 16 million inhabitants and depends on regular water supply from the neighbouring states. Those, however, are affected by a shortage of water themselves; According to authorities and environmentalists, inhabitants leave an estimated daily waste volume of 17,000 tonnes in the capital and its surroundings alone. And the 14 cities with the world’s worst air pollution are in North India. All these challenges call for urgent action. IFAT Delhi 2020 showcased how technology can help to overcome them and how to achieve a sustainabel development path for this region.
For more details visit www.ifat-india.com