The fourth edition of IFAT India, the leading trade fair for environmental technology in India, held in Mumbai recently infused the most updated technologies with an amalgamation of superior quality services across sectors of the environment industry.
One of the key highlights of the exhibition was the Innovation Exchange Forum, which deliberated, exchange ideas and highlight solutions over the three days, for sustainable Water, Waste & Resource Management in India. Besides keynotes by the Minister and government officials, there were panel discussions and presentations with contributions from notable local and international partners, such as German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste; German Water Partnership, GIZ –Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, German and Indian Biogas Association, Indus Media, International Solid Waste Association, University of Applied Sciences Hof and from various companies as well.
In order to facilitate bilateral cooperation and enhance communications between Chinese and Indian Industries, the Foreign Economic Cooperation Office, Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP/FECO) and Messe München India, organised the Sino-Indian Environmental Protection Technology and Industry Dialogue within the framework of IFAT India. The expected outcome of this event is matchmaking between India and Chinese companies to promote mutually beneficial efforts for environmental initiatives and growth in the environmental sector.