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Welcome to IFAT ENTSORGA 2012, the Worlds Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management. This year, more than 2,700 exhibitors from 52 countries will present their products and services on 215,000 m of exhibition space. The rst-rate programme of international accompanying events is the perfect platform for an intense exchange of knowledge and information based on actual experience, in-depth technical discussions and valuable networkingall on a broad basis and at the highest level.

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At a glance: Forums in Halls A5 and C1 with forward-looking exhibitor presentations and technology themes as well as interesting country specials Water, Sewage, Waste and Energy symposium, organized by leading German and international trade associations Special events including attractive tours and presentations in the halls, at the outdoor exhibition site and the ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen. The forums feature simultaneous translation. Regularly updated information including details: www.ifat.de/programme

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ANDRITZ Atro GmbH

ANDRITZ Ritz GmbH

EISENMANN Anlagenbau Verwaltung GmbH Country Special Arab Countries Water Utilities Association Case Studies from Egypt and Palestine

Nihon Genryo Co., Ltd.

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Country Special Russia

Andritz Seperation GmbH

Country Special Africa Maghrib regions

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BMBF Funding Activity Sustainable Water ManagementNaWaM

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National and International Phosphorus Recycling Political and technological developments in sustainable phosphorus management Congress Forum Mega Cities Mega Chances Urban Laboratories of the Future 3S Antriebe GmbH

Fachgemeinschaft Guss Rohrsysteme (FGR) e.V. SH+E GROUP

Atlas Copco Kompressoren und Drucklufttechnik GmbH Lenzing Technik GmbH

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JUMO GmbH & Co. KG

LIKUSTA Umwelttechnik GmbH Bayer Technology Services GmbH Alfa Laval Mid Europe GmbH

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Bosman Watermanagement B.V. German Membrane Technology for Water and Waste

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Kemira Germany Sales GmbH Bayer Technology Services GmbH BDE Special: The Water Supply Sector in Germany between Competition and Regulation Country Special Turkey Panel discussion: Special Capacity Development Capacity development of the German water sector on international markets information and opportunities for personal advancement

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ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH IBL Umwelt- und Biotechnik GmbH Actility MANN+HUMMEL GmbH Grundfos A/S

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SunCoal Industries GmbH

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Felswerke GmbH in cooperation with Ecoloop GmbH

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BDE Special: New EC-Directives on Public Procurement and Concessions

BDE Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared Country The New German Waste Management Act and its Influence on the Market Panel discussion: The new Recycling Act Challenges and Opportunites for Citizens, Companies and Municipalities

BDE Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared Country Efficiency of material recycling activities Panel discussion: Collection of recyclables political developments: recyclables bin

Panel discussion: Biowaste in the context of the waste management hierarchy: PreventionComposting DigestionIncineration

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Insert Information Technologies GmbH EUnited Municipal Equipment

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International/European waste issues Energy Recovery in line with the R1 formula, German RETech Partnership and projects in the field of waste and development policy, End of waste criteria: secondary raw materials Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Conserving resources fostering high-level recycling

BDE Special: Tripstones in Biowaste Recycling procedures

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Axpo Kompogas AG

CarboTech AC GmbH

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PURALUBE Holding GmbH

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BAUFELD-UMWELTENGINEERING GmbH BDE Special: Future Waste Logistics Starting off for 2020 Discourse on private waste management companies demands and their translation into practice provided by the manufacturers Fachverband Biogas e.V. Gazing into the future: Waste Management 2030 in Bavaria

Country Special Canada The Far North: Economic Opportunities, Environmental Challenges and Scientific Exploration

Resources from Waste

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Country Special India Waste to Energy and Wastewater to Clean WaterChallenges for Indias Public and Private SectorsOpportunities for International Technology Suppliers

Cluster Forum Waste to Energy Expert Speeches with Panel Discussion

BDE Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared Country Recycling of Packaging-Waste under BDE-Certificate influence

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IBT Group

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JFE Engineering Corporation

Insert Information Technologies GmbH

Insert Information Technologies GmbH

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NIPPON STEEL ENGINEERING

VDI Zentrum Ressourceneffizienz GmbH (VDI ZRE)

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TIME 13:0018:00 EVENT CONGRESS FORUM: MEGA CITIES Urban Laboratories of the Future MEGA CHANCES

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TIME 10:0011:00 EVENT The Ecoloop Project of Fels-Werke: Innovative technology to produce clean synthesis gas by gasification of hazardous waste through the innovative use of lime bed Fels-Werke GmbH in cooperation with Ecoloop GmbH, Goslar Roland Mller, CEO, Ecoloop GmbH, Berlin Fascination technology: Real-time disposition without input devicesthe future starts now! With Microsoft Surface you get all at one table. One road map, all vehicles, order allocation per drag-and-drop! Frank Marx, CEO, Insert Information Technologies GmbH, Witten EUnited tests for road sweepers and salt spreaders Panel discussion about the new PM-test requirements and the brand-new spreader performance test Moderation: Tina Wagner Welcome: Ralf Wezel, Managing Director, EUnited Municipal Equipment Participants: Enzo Giletta, Managing Director, Giletta Karel Goedkoop, Managing Director, RAVO - Fayat Group Michael Husermann, Division President, Bucher Municipal Krister Persson, Senior Scientist, Aarhus University Walter Schmitz, Managing Director, Aebi Schmidt Josef Spark, Head of Test Station, SGS Institut Fresenius Dr. Achim W. Schrter, Deputy Managing Director, Abfallwirtschaft und Stadtreinigung VKS im VKU Frank Diedrich, Technical Director, EUnited Municipal Equipment 13:0013:30 13:3014:00 The Present and Future of Used Oil Re-Refining Christian Hartmann, CEO, PURALUBE Holding GmbH, Mnchen FRIDAY, 05/11/2012 SPECIAL EVENTS
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Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Dichtl, Institut fr Siedlungswirtschaft, Technical University Braunschweig, Braunschweig 13:1513:25 Opening of Congress Forum Katherina Reiche, MdB, Parliamentary Secretary of State, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Welcome: Dr. Marcel Huber, MdL, Bavarian State Minister of the Environment and Public Health Topic section 1: Challenges for the Urban Age Keynote: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chair of Resource and Energy Technology of the Technical University Munich, Chairman of the German Advisory Board on the Environment (SRU), Berlin Urban sustainability and way of life Dr. Michael Denkel, Member of the Board, Partner, Albert Speer & Partner GmbH, Frankfurt am Main Resources, environmental technical solutions Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xiaohu Dai, Director, The National Engineering Research Center for Urban Pollution Control, Tongji University, Shanghai Making Cities WorkSustainable Urban Infrastructure Dr. Willfried Wienholt, Vice President, Head of Urban Development, Corporate Development Siemens One, Siemens AG, Munich City mobility and logistics in Mega Cities Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wimmer, Chairman of the Executive Board, German Logistics Association (BVL), Bremen

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TIME 14:4516:30 EVENT Topic section 2: International Examples of Sustainable Developments in Mega Cities: South America, India, China South America Growing Mega CitiesSustainable management of water and wastewater by the example of global urban centers Mexico CityChallenges of wastewater treatment in a Mega CityDeep Tunnel Project Marcel Salazar, Head of Wastewater Dept., Pyry Environment GmbH, Mannheim Big Cities, Big Water, Big ChallengesWater in an urbanizing world Martin Geiger, Fachbereich Swasser, WWF Deutschland, Berlin India Challenges for Mega Cities such as Bangalore Growing requirements on City Management such as: logistics, sustainability, emission control Dr. Jrgen Porst, GIZ Bangalore, Senior Advisor, GIZ/ASEM, Indo-German Environment Programme, HAWA, Bangalore ChinaMega Cities Sustainable adaptation strategies for waste and disposal management in Shanghai Prof. Meng Wei, President, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Science (CRAES), Beijing Water circulation system in Beijing Measures und strategic concepts Prof. Dr.-Ing. Xiaohu Dai, Director, The National Engineering Research Center for Urban Pollution Control, Tongji University, Shanghai The importance of cross-disciplinary alliances for the implementation of sustainable water concepts for Mega Cities Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Wilderer, Professor emeritus of excellence, Technische Universitt Mnchen, Munich Smart water resources management: solutions for competing water users Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Rauschenbach, Head of Fraunhofer Application Center System Technology AST Fraunhofer AST, Ilmenau

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TIME 14:0015:30 EVENT BDE Special: Future Waste LogisticsStarting off for 2020 Discourse on private waste management companies demands and their translation into practice provided by the manufacturers in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Christoph Artymiak, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Welcome: Bernd Schnmackers, Schnmackers Umweltdienste, Chairman of the special BDE working group Logistics Trends and their possible impacts on the development of truck-fleets and on the container technologies provided by logistic service companies Herbert Ndling, Lobbe Entsorgung, Chairman of the special BDE working group Trucks and Containers IT-Systems in waste management logistics: From paper work to electronic transactions Udo Weber, Lobbe Entsorgung, Chairman of the special BDE working group Waste collection assisted by Electronic Data Processing Undercarriage and chassis of truck-fleets in 2020 Alexander Kleistner, Daimler AG Waste collection vehicles with alternative propulsion units and modular body structurethe answer to changing demands Georg Sandkhler, Faun Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG Dr. Lothar Stach, HN Schrling GmbH The paperless communicationfrom bin registration to billing Michael Eikelmann, c-trace GmbH Margit Klinken, sensis GmbH Andreas Schmidt, MOBA Mobile Automation AG Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer

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TIME 16:3017:00 16:3016:45 EVENT Topic section 3: Innovative Urban Development Concepts and Technologies Environmental efforts in Mega CitiesWaste management and recycling concepts Peter Kurth, President, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Material Management Industry (BDE e.V.), Berlin Mega Cities: Integrated networks and urban policy Arno Tomowski, Director Private Sector Cooperation, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Eschborn Topic section 4: Mega Cities and social sustainability Water for Mega Cities UN Habitats perspectives on challenges and opportunities Bert Diphoorn, Branch Coordinator of the Urban Basic Services Branch, UN-Habitat and Vice-Chair of UN-Water, Nairobi 17:1517:30 Rsum Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Dichtl, Institut fr Siedlungswirtschaft, Technical University Braunschweig, Braunschweig Media Talk Journalists ask, Experts answer

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TIME 15:3016:30 EVENT Material and energetic use of organic waste David Wilken, Head of waste management, fertilization and hygiene unit, Fachverband Biogas e.V., Freising Clim-Wastener: A European project for the development of an innovative system producing electricity from low temperature waste heat, as a contribution to enhancing the CHP plant efficiency The system will increase the production of renewable energy whilst improving the global energy efficiency and cut GHG emissions. The workshop will focus on the return on experience of the pilot plant and prototype testing. Xavier Lombard, Verdesis Managing Director, IBT Group, Villorba Clment Munier, Verdesis Project Manager, IBT Group, Villorba Proven Gasification TechnologyJFE High Temperature Gasifying and Direct Melting Furnace Takuya Shinagawa, Senior Manager, JFE Engineering Corporation, Frankfurt am Main

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Forum A5 Tuesday, 8 May 2012


TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Hydrodynamic screws from ANDRITZ Atro: Experience, competitive edge, cost advantages Jrgen Franz, Managing Director, ANDRITZ Atro GmbH, Nuremberg Country Special Russia in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin, and German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin Moderation: Dr. Bernd Zacharias, Head of Regional Section Russia, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin/Hamburg Wasser, Hamburg 10:0010:15 Welcome address: Dr. Fritz Holzwarth, Deputy Director General Water Management, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Bonn Cooperation and best practice from German Water Partnerships point of view Dr. Michael Beckereit, Chairman, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin/Hamburg Wasser, Hamburg Innovations in the metropolitan region St. Petersburg Prof. Dr. Felix Karmazinov, General Director Vodokanal St. Petersburg, President of the National Union of Water Supply Companies, Hamburg Water management in the Russian Federation: Water supply and distribution Stanislav Khramenkov, General Director Mosvodokanal, President of the Russian Water and Wastewater Association (RAWW), Moscow Programme Pure Water: Outlook 2020 Alexander Katkov, President, Russian Water Association, Moscow (tbc) Best-Practice-Projects in Russia Elena Dovlatova, Executive Director, Russian Water and Wastewater Association, Moscow Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer

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TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Complying the business organizational liabilities according to the management system Recht im Betrieb Dr. Manfred Rack, Lawyer, Notary, Rack Rechtsanwlte, Frankfurt am Main BDE Special: New EC-Directives on Public Procurement and Concessions A step towards easier market access for innovative and efficient services of private companies or a gateway for public domination and less market? in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Dr. Peter Schfer, Federation of German Industry (BDI) Participants: Klaus Wiedner, European Commission (tbc) Dr. Andreas Schwab, European Parliament (tbc) N.N., Head of Public Procurement Unit, Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology Visitors ask, experts answer 11:0012:30 International/European waste issues Energy Recovery in line with the R1 formula, German RETech Partnership and projects in the field of waste and development policy, End of waste criteria: secondary raw materials in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin Energy Recovery in line with the R1 formula Moderation: Volker Weiss, Federal Environment Agency Ella Stengler, Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants, CEWEP Dr. Erhard Edom, Ministry for the Environment of Lower Saxony 11:3012:00 German RETech Partnership and projects in the field of waste and development policy Moderation: Dr. Abdallah Nassour, University of Rostock Dr. Armin Vogel, German RETech Partnership Franz Marr, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development 12:0012:30 End of waste criteria: secondary raw materials Moderation: Dr. Andreas Jaron, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Dr. Rainer Cosson, Federal Association of Steel Recycling Management, BDSV Dr. Thomas Probst, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse)

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TIME 12:0014:00 EVENT National and International Phosphorus Recycling Political and technological developments in sustainable phosphorus management in cooperation with Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chair of Resource and Energy Technology of the Technical University Munich, Chairman of the German Advisory Board on the Environment (SRU), Berlin 12:0012:10 Welcome and Introduction: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chair of Resource and Energy Technology of the Technical University Munich, Chairman of the German Advisory Board on the Environment (SRU), Berlin Phosphorus Recycling in BavariaStrategy and adopted Measures Dr. Marcel Huber, MdL, Bavarian State Minister of the Environment and Public Health, Munich Phosphorus Recovery TechnologiesDevelopment Status and Future Trends Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Pinnekamp, Directory, RWTH Aachen University ISA, Aachen sludge2valueFrom sludge to energy and phosporus Case Study Straubing Dr.-Ing. E.h. Hans Huber, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Huber SE, Berching The future treatment of sewage sludge and phosphorus recycling for Metropolitan Region Nuremberg Burkard Hagspiel, Technical Director of Stadtentwsserung und Umweltanalytik Nuremberg New developments and future trends in phosphorus recycling at Remondis Dr. Martin Lebek, Authorised Officer, REMONDIS Aqua GmbH & Co. KG, Lnen Phosphor reycling in Switzerlandfrom idea to implementation Dr. sc. nat. ETH, Kaarina Schenk, Head of Section, Bundesamt fr Umwelt BAFU, Bern Phosphorus Recycling in the EU and world-wide Dr. Christian Kabbe, Project Manager, KompetenzZentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH, Berlin Panel discussion with participants: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chair of Resource and Energy Technology of the Technical University Munich, Chairman of the German Advisory Board on the Environment (SRU), Berlin Dr.-Ing. Hans Huber, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Huber SE, Berching Dr. Helge Wendenburg, Director General, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) Prof. Dr. Armin Melsa, CEO Niersverband Viersen, retd., German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA)

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TIME 12:3014:00 EVENT Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Conserving resourcesfostering high-level recycling in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin and Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse), Bonn Opening and Introduction: Eric Rehbock, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse) WEEE 2012Contents and Objectives of the new legislative framework Anette van Dillen, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Extending the circular economy and optimising recycling Ullrich Didszun, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse) 13:0514:00 Introduction and Plenary Discussion (includes introductory statements of the participants): Waste electrical and electronic equipmenteconomic and environmental implications Moderation: Dr. Thomas Rummler, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Participants: Otmar Frey, German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers Association, ZVEI Alexander Goldberg, German WEEE Register, Stiftung ear Dr. Heike Buschhorn, Representative in the Bundesrat for the WEEE Directive Ullrich Didszun, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse) Anton Pirkl, Joint Waste Management Authority Straubing Stadt und Land 14:0015:00 Gazing into the future: Waste Management 2030 in Bavaria in cooperation with Verband der Bayerischen Entsorgungsunternehmen e.V. (VBS), Munich Moderation: Otto Heinz, President, Verband der Bayerischen Entsorgungsunternehmen e.V. (VBS), Munich 14:0014:10 Welcome address: Otto Heinz, President, Verband der Bayerischen Entsorgungsunternehmen e.V. (VBS), Munich Gazing into the future: Waste Management 2030 in Bavaria Dr. Siegfried Kreibe, Member of the Board, bifa Environmental Institute, Augsburg Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer

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Forum A5 Tuesday, 8 May 2012


TIME 14:0014:30 EVENT Mobile automation and status-oriented maintenance of buried valves according to System Berliner Kappe Axel Sacharowitz, Managing Director, 3S Antriebe GmbH, Berlin Joachim Bock, AVK Mittelmann Armaturen GmbH, Berlin Prevention of struvite (MAP) deposition in relation to municipal wastewater treatment plants Wolfgang Pesch, Regional Application Manager, EMEA West, Kemira Germany Sales GmbH, Alzenau LOPROX Alternative Pre-Treatment of Spent Caustic Waste Water by Wet Air Oxidation Dr. Johannes Leonhuser, Senior Process Expert, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen BDE Special: The Water Supply Sector in Germany between Competition and Regulation in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Prof. Dr. Dr. Karl-Ulrich Rudolph, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. rer. pol Karl-Ulrich Rudolph GmbH Welcome: Andreas Bankamp, Vice president BDE, Chairman of Department of water sector Keynote: Prof. Dr. Jrgen Khling, Scientific council of the Federal Network Agency Participants: Dr. Stephan Bredt, Ministry of Economics of Federal State Hessen Prof. Dr. Jrgen Khling, Scientific council of the Federal Network Agency Dr. Dirk Waider, GELSENWASSER AG N.N., German water sector representatives Visitors ask, experts answer

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TIME 15:0017:00 EVENT Country Special India Waste to Energy and Wastewater to Clean Water Challenges for Indias Public and Private Sectors Opportunities for International Technology Suppliers in cooperation with the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Government of Bavaria, Government of Karnataka (GoK) and GIZ-ASEM (Indo-German Environment Programme, Bangalore Office) Moderation: P. Bineesha, GIZ-ASEM Bangalore Office Dr. Juergen Porst, Consultant, Dr. Porst International, Bangalore 15:0015:15 Keynote: Challenges a Mega-City like Bangalore is facing in the next two decades in terms of energy supply, waste and water management Dr. A Ravindra (I.A.S. retd.), Ex-Chief Secretary (GoK), Advisor to Chief Minister (Urban Affairs) and Chairman Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD), Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore Waste to Energy and Wastewater to Clean WaterOverviews Solutions for shaping a sustainable future for Bangalore and India K M Shivakumar (I.A.S.), Additional Chief Secretary (GoK)/ Principal Secretary, Vikasa Soudha, Bangalore THURSDAY, 10.05.2012 SPECIAL EVENTS 16. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM FRIDAY, 11.05.2012 A S Sadashivaiah (I.F.S. retd.), Chairman Karnataka state Pollution control Board (KSPCB), Bangalore Gaurav Gupta, I.A.S., Chairman, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board, BWSSB, Cauvery Bhavan, Bangalore Amit Agarwal, A2Z Water Solutions Ltd. New Delhi (representative of the private sector (water company) Dr. Christoph Beier, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Member of the Management Board, Eschborn Prof Dr. Dr. hc Juergen Lehmann, President University of Hof, BayIND, Bayerisch-Indisches Zentrum fr Wirtschaft und Hochschulen Hof/Bayern Manuela Wimmer, UmweltCluster Bayern (The Bavarian environmental cluster), NEWATEC Indo-German Network for Innovative Water Technologies, Augsburg Dr. Peter Hartwig, Chairman German Water Partnership/ Aqua Consult Ingenieur GmbH, Hanover Rainer Ptok, Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e.V. (VBW), Munich (Bavarian Business Association) Recycling business opportunities in India Specific to municipal waste Dr. Amiya Kumar Sahu, President, National Solid Waste Association of India (NSWAI), Mumbai Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer

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TIME 16:3017:00 EVENT Reduction of excess sludge by means of optimized use of ozone New ProLySys processprofitability also for smaller sewage plants Dr. Matthias Rothe, Technical Director, ProMaqua GmbH, Heidelberg Andrea Peluso, ProMinent Italiana, Bozen UV meets NANOThe New Photooxidation Technology for economical elimination of contaminants and odours in gas and water phases Frank Seitz, Senior Team Manager, IBL Umwelt- und Biotechnik GmbH, Heidelberg Automated Demand Response: reduced electricity costs for waste, water processing and recycling industries Demand flexibility has become an asset which can be monetized. This session explains how and why participation into demand response markets should be fully automated in order to maximize the financial returns and avoid any disruption of the production process. Olivier Hersent, CEO, Actility, Paris

Forum C1 Tuesday, 8 May 2012


TIME 17:0017:30 EVENT Fascination technology: Real-time disposition without input devicesthe future starts now! With Microsoft Surface you get all at one table. One road map, all vehicles, order allocation per drag-and-drop! Frank Marx, CEO, Insert Information Technologies GmbH, Witten MSW Gasification TechnologyEnergy and Material Recovery from Waste Nobuhiro Tanigaki, Manager Sales & Business Promotion Dept Environmental Solution Division NIPPON STEEL ENGINEERING, Tokyo

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Forum A5 Wednesday, 9 May 2012


TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Axial split case pump as circulation pump for the air conditioning system of Doha University/Qatar Heinz-Dieter Ross, Director Sales and Marketing, ANDRITZ Ritz GmbH, Schwbisch Gmnd Environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions for sludge and biomass Thore Perlitz, Senior Sales Manager, Andritz Separation GmbH, Kln BMBF Funding Activity Sustainable Water ManagementNaWaM in cooperation with Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Berlin Presentation of current developments of the BMBF funding measure Sustainable water managementNaWaM. What are the challenges of the future in the water sector, which research topics are on the agenda, and which are the planned funding measures. Moderation: Dr. Matthias Kautt, Head PTKA-WTE, Projekttrger Karlsruhe Wassertechnologie und Entsorgung KIT, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen 10:3010:50 Status and outlook on the BMBF funding activity Sustainable Water ManagementNaWaM Dr. Helmut Lwe, Deputy Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Berlin BMBF funding measure Risk management of emerging compounds and pathogens in the water cycleRiSKWa Dr. Thomas Track, Project Manager, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main BMBF funding measure Multi-functional and intelligent infrastructure systems for a sustainable water supply and sewage disposalINIS Prof. Dr.-Ing. Herrmann Orth, emeritus professor, Ruhr-Universitt Bochum, Siedlungswasserwirtschaft und Umwelttechnik, Bochum BMBF funding measure Future-oriented technologies and concepts for an energy- and resource-efficient water managementERWAS Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Schrder, Managing Director, TUTTAHS & MEYER Ingenieurgesellschaft, Aachen Closing remarks BMBF

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TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Complying the business organizational liabilities according to the management system Recht im Betrieb Dr. Manfred Rack, Lawyer, Notary, Rack Rechtsanwlte, Frankfurt am Main BDE Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared CountryThe New German Waste Management Act and its Influence on the Market in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Dr. Andreas Bruckschen, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Participants: Dr. Henner Buhck, Buhck Umweltservices GmbH & Co. KG Markus Figgen, avocado rechtsanwlte Dr. Holger Lsch, Federation of German Industry (BDI) Werner Ressing, Federal Ministry for Economy and Technology Dr. Thomas Rummler, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Visitors ask, experts answer 11:0012:30 Panel Discussion: The new Recycling ActChallenges and Chances for Citizens, Companies and Municipalities in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin Moderation: Dr. Frank Petersen, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Participants: Peter Kurth, German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Burkhard Landers, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse) Dr. Ralf Bleicher, German County Association, DLT MDgt. Ludwig Kohler, Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health, StMUG Dr. Armin Rockholz, Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce, DIHK Dr. Benjamin Bongardt, Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union, Nabu 12:3013:00 Organic waste to biogasthe Kompogas System with more than 400 years of operational experience Michael Oertig, Product Manager, Axpo Kompogas AG, Glattbrugg

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TIME 12:0012:30 EVENT Practical applications of ductile iron pipe systems for the water industries Raimund Moisa, Managing Director, Fachgemeinschaft Guss Rohrsysteme (FGR) e.V., European Association for Ductile Iron Pipe Systems EADIPS, Griesheim The Energy Autonomous Sewage Treatment Plant Vision or Illusion? Dr. Marianne Buchmller, CTO, SH+E GROUP, Stuttgart Optimization of seawater desalination Complete monitoring from sensors to data recording Dr. znur Brandt, Market Segment Manager Water & Wastewater, JUMO GmbH & Co. KG, Fulda Fuzzy-FilterA high rate compressible media filtration system for the removal of TSS, Phosphorus and PAC loaded with micro-constituents Bart-Jan Brandt, Managing Director, Bosman Watermanagement B.V., Piershil Dr.-Ing. Kathrin Gantner, Senior Researcher, TU Berlin, Berlin German Membrane Technology for Water and Waste Membrane Bio Reactor, Water Treatment, Industry Waste Water in cooperation with DGMT e.V. German Society for Membrane Technology, Mnster Norbert Selzer, Executive board, DGMT e.V. German Society for Membrane Technology, Mnster Udo Kolbe, Executive board, DGMT e.V. German Society for Membrane Technology, Mnster Dr. Sven Lbbecke, Executive board, DGMT e.V. German Society for Membrane Technology, Mnster Prof. Dr. Winfried Schmidt, Executive management, DGMT e.V. German Society for Membrane Technology, Mnster

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TIME 13:0015:00 EVENT Country Special Canada The Far North: Economic Opportunities, Environmental Challenges and Scientific Exploration in cooperation with Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich, the Government of Quebec, the Government of Ontario, the Government of Alberta, the Government of British Columbia and with support of the Government of Canada Moderation: Prof. Dr. Ralf Ludwig, Professor of Geography, Department of Geography, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitt (LMU), Munich 13:0013:05 Welcome: Eugen Egetenmeir, Managing Director, Messe Mnchen International, Munich Introduction: Dr. Christian Barth, Director General, Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich Keynote: Canadas North as a Business Opportunity Between Water, Mining, Forestry, and Energy Rainer Ptok, Director International Affairs, Bavarian Industry Association (vbw), Munich Toward Sustainable Nunavik Communities: Challenges and Opportunities Prof. Dr. Thierry Rodon, Associate Professor, Chairholder of Northern Sustainable Development, Universit Laval, Qubec Plan North: Innovative model of sustainability Denis Leclerc, President and CEO, COTECH Qubec, Montral Opportunities in Ontarios North Dr. Terrie Romano, Consul Economic Affairs Ontario, Ontario International Marketing Centre, Munich New Technological and Regulatory Approaches to Addressing Environmental Challenges around Northern Development in Alberta Audrey Mascarenhas, President and CEO, Questor Technology Inc., Calgary Water Management in Alberta: Innovative Approaches to Addressing Provincial Challenges Andy Ridge, Director Water Policy, Alberta Environment and Water, Edmonton Opportunities in the North: The Case for British Columbia Rolf Fyne, Director Business Development Europe, Government of British Columbia, Streatley Panel discussion: Cooperation Opportunities in Business and Science Visitors ask, experts answer with the participation of representatives from further Canadian provinces and territories, as well as from the Canadian Federal Government

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TIME 15:0017:00 EVENT Country Special Turkey in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin and German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin Moderation: Dr. Helge Wendenburg, Director General, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Bonn 15:0015:10 Welcome: Dr. Helge Wendenburg, Director General, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Bonn Environmental developments of Turkish communities with a view to EU membership Ayse nal, Director of City Development and Planning, Union of Municipalities of Turkey (TBB), Ankara Experiences of German Water Partnership Members with cooperation in Turkey Volkan Karagece, Head of Turkey Section, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin, Project Director International, Gelsenwasser AG, Gelsenkirchen Eco-friendly management of agro-based wastes in Turkey (Biogas) Prof. Dr. Nuri Azbar, University of zmir I Progress and goals of municipal sewage disposal in Turkey N.N., Ministry for the Environment, Turkey Joint best-practice-projects in the field of wastewater disposal Hans-Joachim Werner, Head of Turkey Section, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin, WE-Consult Ltd., Dsseldorf Clean water solutions around the globe Michael Micke, Head of Research and Development Water Filtration, MANN+HUMMEL GmbH, Ludwigsburg Efficient commercial and industrial applications of modular filtration systems Michael Micke, Head of Research and Development Water Filtration, MANN+HUMMEL GmbH, Ludwigsburg

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TIME 15:0018:00 EVENT Cluster Forum Waste to Energy Expert Speeches with Panel Discussion in cooperation with Umweltcluster Bayern, Augsburg and Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology (StMWIVT), Munich Session 1: Waste to value Moderation: Dr.-Ing. E.h. Hans G. Huber, Spokesman Umweltcluster Bayern and Chairman of the Supervisory Board, HUBER SE, Berching Welcome introduction: Dr.-Ing. E.h. Hans G. Huber, Spokesman Umweltcluster Bayern and Chairman of the Supervisory Board, HUBER SE, Berching Environmental technologies and their role in the energy transition Katja Hessel, Vice-Minister of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, Munich The value of waste management for the future energy supply Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chair of Resource and Energy Technology of the Technical University Munich, Chairman of the German Advisory Board on the Environment (SRU), Berlin Energy for future generationsthe role of waste Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rommel, Managing Director, bifa Umweltinstitut GmbH, Augsburg Total cost of ownership: the myth of cheap landfilling Dr. Thomas Knig, CEO, GfA, Olching Talking about ROIwhere are the cost and revenue streams? Wolfgang Schmid, Executive Director, efs-greentec GmbH, Kutzenhausen Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer THURSDAY, 10.05.2012 SPECIAL EVENTS 16. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
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TIME 16:1517:30 EVENT Session 2: Waste to innovation Moderation: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rommel, Managing Director, bifa Umweltinstitut GmbH, Augsburg Waste to cooling Martin H. Zwiellehner, Manager Process Technology, SAR GmbH, Prozess- und Umwelttechnik, Dingolfing Waste to water Matthias Schmuderer, Associate Partner, BASE Technologies, Munich Waste to methane Franz Hgl, CEO, Bioerdgas Hallertau GmbH, Wolnzach Waste to production Thomas Knoll, Managing Director, Zweckverband Mllverwertung Schwandorf, Schwandorf Waste to fertilizers Dr. Mario Mocker, Deputy Head of Department, ATZ Entwicklungszentrum, Sulzbach-Rosenberg Sludge2energyan innovative energy self-sufficient process to generate phosphorous ash from sewage sludge Stefan Pfister, Expert Sludge Utilization, Huber SE, Berching Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer

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TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Large scale application of the Fenton-Reaction: Presentation of the EISENMANN FENTOX-process and different practical realisations Dr.-Ing. Jochen Schumacher, Sales Manager Water Technology, EISENMANN Anlagenbau GmbH, Holzgerlingen Country Special: Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA) Case Studies from Egypt and Palestine in cooperation with Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA), Amman Moderation: Eng. Mustafa Nasereddin, Director of Programs and Technical Services, Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA), Amman 10:0010:10 Welcoming speech Eng. Khaldon Khashman, Secretary General, Arab Countries Water Utilities Association (ACWUA), Amman Unconventional water resources in Egypt Prof. Dr. Ahmed Moawad, Head of technical support and planning sector, Holding Company for Water and Wastewater in Egypt, Cairo Wastewater Reuse in Egypt: Opportunities and Challenges Prof. Dr. Rifaat Abdel Wahaab, Director of Research & Development (R&D), Holding Company for Water and Wastewater in Egypt, Cairo Palestinian Union of Water Service Providers: Achievements and Challenges Dr. Amal Hudhud, Head of Municipality Economic Development Unit/Coordinator of WSSD Public Awareness Activities, Nablus Municipality, Palestine Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer Efficient blower solutions for your wastewater aeration Thorsten Poggenmller, Product Manager, Atlas Copco Kompressoren und Drucklufttechnik GmbH, Essen Advanced technology in anaerobic wastewater treatment Field report to the latest development in anaerobic technology at Lenzing Stefan Baumgrtner, Plant Manager WWTP, Lenzing Technik GmbH, Austria Constructing coagulant dosing stations according the new EU Water Framework Directive Michael Lepper, Project Manager, Likusta Umwelttechnik GmbH, Lich Enhance nitrogen removal of an industrial wastewater treatment plantReconstruction during operation Werner Eberhard, Project Manager, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen

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TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Complying the business organizational liabilities according to the management system Recht im Betrieb Dr. Manfred Rack, Lawyer, Notary, Rack Rechtsanwlte, Frankfurt am Main BDE Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared CountryEfficiency of material recycling activities in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Dr. Andreas Bruckschen, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Participants: Michael Ludden, Sutco RecyclingTechnik GmbH & Co. KG Dr. Christian Hagelken, Umicore AG & Co. KG Jost Kottmeyer, DELA GmbH Recycling und Umwelttechnik Dr. Benjamin Bongardt, NABU Naturschutzbund Deutschland e.V. Visitors ask, experts answer 11:0012:30 Panel Discussion: Collection of recyclables political developments: recyclables bin in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin Participants: Peter Kurth, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Eric Rehbock, Federal Association for Secondary Raw Materials and Waste Management (bvse) Dr. Holger Thrichen, German Association of Local Utilities, VKU Dr. Jrgen Bruder, German Association for Plastics Packagings and Films, IK Dr. Thomas Rummler, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety 12:3013:00 Honeycombs made from activated carbonspotentials, design basics, and plant examples in the field of industrial air purification Olaf Schmolinski, Area Sales Manager, CarboTech AC, Essen Michael Hartmann, Product Manager, helsatech GmbH, Gefrees

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TIME 14:0014:30 EVENT The ALDEC G3 decantera revolution in performance, energy efficiency and evironmental impact Brian Munch, Market Unit Manager Environment Technology, Alfa Laval, Glinde Innovative MBR designMembrane scouring air can be optimized and minimized but why not utilized? Jessica Bengtsson, Manager, MBR Unit Environment Technology, Alfa Laval, Glinde Panel discussion: Special Capacity Development Capacity development of the German water sector on international marketsinformation and opportunities for personal advancement in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin and German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin Moderation: Andr Lammerding, Kompetenzzentrum Wasser, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Bonn 15:0015:10 15:1015:25 Welcome: Andr Lammerding Benefits of alumni networks in the water sector (example GAWN German Alumni Water Network) Ruger Winnegge, Coordinator German Alumni Water Network GAWN, University of Siegen, German Alumni Water Network (GAWN), Siegen Added value for the company regarding foreign specialists; local demand Anja Rach, Manager Strategic Sales, MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH, Wiesbaden Experience of bicultural Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) master programme at University of Jordan and the career prospects of young Arab students after its completion Prof. Dr. Manar Fayyad, Professor at Chemistry Department, University of Jordan Experience in the project Training and Competence Centre Karlovac and benefits for water authorities in Croatia Kresimir Veble, Project Implementation Unit, ViK Karlovac, Karlovac Train the trainerexperience in Jordan Eng. Firas Matar, Manager Training Programs, Engicon, Amman Training experiences from the operators aspect Eberhard Oehler, CEO, Stadtwerke Ettlingen GmbH, SWE Servicegesellschaft fr Energiedienstleistungen mbH, Ettlingen Panel discussion Visitors ask, experts answer No compromise in Wastewater Pumping Leo Andersen, Business Development Manager Grundfos A/S, Bjerringbro
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TIME 13:0015:00 EVENT Resources from Waste German Association for Waste Management (DGAW), Berlin in cooperation with the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich in advancement of Verband der Bayerischen Entsorgungsunternehmen e.V. (VBS), Munich and the VKS-National Committee Bavaria, Munich Welcome: Thomas Obermeier, President, German Association for Waste Management (DGAW), Berlin Greeting: LMR Herbert Kpnick, Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich Introduction: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich, Chairman of the German Advisory Council on the Environment, Berlin Resources from WastePart I Automobile industry and closed substance cycle waste management Dr. Dieter Tartler, Environmental Management und Recycling, BMW Group Recycling, Munich Resources from WastePart II Noble earths from IT equipmentPotential and recycling Prof. Dr. Kerstin Kuchta, TUHH Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg Resources from WastePart III Drawer-MiningNew basic materials from old mobile phones Integrated Product Policy and Material Flow Management LMR Herbert Kpnick, Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG), Munich Resources from WastePart IV Recovering technology metals from industrial residues Options and constraints Dr. Christian Hagelken, Director EU Government Affairs, Umicore, Hanau

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TIME 17:3018:00 EVENT Hydrothermal carbonization of Biomass with Carbo-REN-technology Amy Frantz, Marketing Manager, SunCoal Industries GmbH, Ludwigsfelde

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TIME 15:0017:00 EVENT BDE-Special: Germany to become a Raw Material-geared countryRecycling of Packaging-Waste under BDE-Certificate influence in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Moderation: Peter Kurth, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Participants: Gundula Rachut, cyclos GmbH Guido Siebert, BDO AG Markus Mller-Drexel, Interseroh Dienstleistungs GmbH Dr. Dominik Klepper, Markenverband e.V. Dr. Andreas Bruckschen, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Dr. Markus W. Pauly, Khler & Klett Rechtsanwlte Dr. Eckhard Fliege, Chairman of the committee for product responsibility (APV) of the Federal & States Joint Working Group on Waste (LAGA) Visitors ask, experts answer 17:0017:30 Fascination technology: real-time disposition without input devicesthe future starts now! With Microsoft Surface you get all at one table. One road map, all vehicles, order allocation per drag-and-drop! Frank Marx, CEO, Insert Information Technologies GmbH, Witten More profit by resource efficiency Werner Maass, VDI Zentrum Ressourceneffizienz GmbH (VDI ZRE), Berlin

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TIME 09:3010:00 EVENT Effective sand cleaning for sand filter basin, applied for drinking water treatment plant Yasuhiro Saito, President, Nihon Genryo Co., Ltd., Kawasaki-shi Country Special Africa (Maghrib) in cooperation with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin and German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin Moderation: Matthias Wollers, Head of regional section Maghrib, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin / Com.E Partner, Eichenberg 10:0010:10 Greeting and Opening: Dr. Helge Wendenburg, Deputy Director General Water Management, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Bonn Introduction: Matthias Wollers, Head of regional section Maghrib, German Water Partnership e.V., Berlin / Com.E Partner, Eichenberg Non-revenue water loss reduction by technology transfer in effective pressure management Lutz Happich, Director Pressure Management, VAG-Armaturen GmbH, Mannheim Sustainable water supply and sanitation project for the town of Iringa/Tanzania Alexander Goertz, Head of International Cooperation Division, Dorsch International Consultants GmbH, Munich Performance indicator base optimization of technical process efficiencyCooperation between the public water utilities of Hamburg, Germany and Rwanda Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Czekalla, Director Water Production Division, Hamburg Wasser, Hamburg From discovery to sustainable management: Use of groundwater in cooperation with water authorities in Namibia Martin Quinger, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Windhuk, Namibia Challenges and experiences on climate change with river basin organizations in Africa Dieter Gomer, Principal Technical Advisor, KfW Entwicklungsbank, Frankfurt am Main Strategy for water supply and wastewater management in informal settlements in Cairo Khalil Shaat, Senior Advisor on the development of informal areas in Cairo, Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Cairo

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TIME 09:3011:00 EVENT Panel discussion: Biowaste in the context of the waste management hierarchy: PreventionCompostingDigestionIncineration in cooperation with Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), Berlin Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Kranert, University of Stuttgart Participants: Dr. Michael Kern, Witzenhausen Institute Dr.-Ing. Annette Ochs, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Dr. Hubert Seier, German Association of Local Utilities, VKU Dr. Bertram Kehres, German Quality Assurance Organisation for Compost, BGK Dr. Claus-Gerhard Bergs, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety 11:0012:00 BDE Special: Tripstones in Biowaste Recycling procedures in cooperation with Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) and VHE Humus and Soil Management Association Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Annette Ochs, Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) Consequences from the new Biowaste Directive Dr. Irmgard Leifert, Reterra Service GmbH and Chairwoman of the BDE Department Biological Waste Treatment Systematic calculation errors at the expense of the Recycling Industry? Michael Schneider, VHE Humus and Soil Management Association Composting, Fermentation, IncinerationDo the Legislative and Executive Authorities still grasp the impact of the regulations they make? Jochen Lippross, Lobbe Entsorgung GmbH THURSDAY, 10.05.2012 SPECIAL EVENTS
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Energy efficiency of wastewater treatment plantsimproved design and operation

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Young Water Professionals Conference Decentralize wastewater technology

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Wastewater treatment plants in various climate areas Phosphorus recyclingresults and trends DWA Career Day for Young Water Professionals ICM, Room 14a

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Information German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) Theodor-Heuss-Allee 17, 53773 Hennef Germany Tel. +49 22 42 872-0, Fax +49 22 42 872-1 35 info@dwa.de, www.dwa.de

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Historical exhibition 100 years of municipal cleaning Historical equipment and vehicles will be shown on the occasion of this 100-year anniversary. German Association of Local Utilities (VKU), Messe Mnchen International Special Exhibition Water is future The special exhibition Water is Future gives an extensive overview of the threats facing water supplies and ways of protecting this vital resource. The information is attractively presented in five theme stations, a model of a protected drinking water catchment area, a guess-the-water-sound game, a water man, quiz terminals and columns with backlit visuals. Here visitors learn about a wide range of topics, among them life in water, use of water, natural disasters, climate change, water in our cities and sustainable water management. Vereinigung Deutscher Gewsserschutz e.V. (VDG) Special Exhibition: Treasure Trove Cell Phone On over 100 m2, the special exhibition called Treasure Trove Cell Phone examines the cell phone, the raw materials contained within it, and the recovery processes. An interactive 3D jigsaw puzzle illustrates which raw materials are built into cell phones. At a series of action columns visitors find out how these raw materials can be recovered and which methods and processes are involved, from collection of old cell phones to extraction, processing and re-processing of the materials for further use. Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health (StMUG) Messe Mnchen International Trucks in Action Experience live modern, task-specific vehicle solutions. From waste disposal to street cleaning, from snow clearing and sanding to special operationsthis is where you get up-to-date on the most important trends and developments. EUnited Municipal Equipment VAK e.V. Germany Municipal Vehicles and Equipment Industry Association VDMA Technology Practical Days Live demonstration of crushing, sorting and loading equipment for the treatment of biomass under guidance of a moderator from the Hessian broadcast. VDMA Waste Treatment and Recycling Technology Various committee and expert-panel meetings German Association of Local Utilities (VKU) Various committee and expert-panel meetings German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) Young Water Professionals Lounge Come and join us! This is the slogan of the Young Water Professionals Lounge. DWA-Junior Members and (Ex-) Participants of former YWP Programmes are invited to visit the YWP-Lounge during the 2012 IFAT ENTSORGA. Here young people will meet and greetrelax from trade fair visits and excursions, presentations discussions, and exchange impressions of the fair, the events, the conferences etc.or just small talk and network. In the afternoons, presentations about water history in Germany and worldwide invite to broaden the auditoriums horizon. The Lounge is meeting point for international contacts. DWA Junior Members and Ex-YWP-participants may register for free access to the lounge. Registration is obligatory. Registrants will get name badges for free entry. German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA)

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Research and Education Area Meeting the futurethe joint stand at the West Entrance themselves to the international universities. Here you will gain far reaching insight into the educational and research activities participation for Environmental Technology of tomorrow. Bundeswehr University of Munich ISWA Working Group Meeting on Landfill The ISWA Working Group on Landfill focuses on the design, construction, regulation and management of landfills, both for industrial and developing nations. Management issues include operations, closure, and post-closure issues, including ground-water monitoring and testing, leachate management, landfill gas management, as well as the quantity and quality of the wastes landfilled. International Solid Waste Association Investing in the Regions of Russia In line with the forum representatives of politics, economy and law from Russia and Germany will represent all the participants the current legal, economic and institutional conditions for investing in the environmental sector in the Regions of the Russian Federation. Ost-Ausschuss der Deutschen Wirtschaft und EuroRuss e.V. Get-together: Meeting with the Research Sector To get acquainted with attendees at the Research and Education stand Bundeswehr University of Munich 1st Open German Championship in wastewater engineering Trainees (8 May 2012) Sewer professionals and wastewater treatment plant specialists (9 and 10 May 2012) German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) under the patronage of Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and with support of company Drger AG and Messe Mnchen International, Munich 1st Open German Championship in wastewater engineering Award ceremony, Trainees (8 May 2012) Award ceremony, Sewer professionals and wastewater treatment plant specialists (9 and 10 May 2012) German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) under the patronage of Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and with support of company Drger AG and Messe Mnchen International, Munich Field Excursions (German/English) Gut Marienhof wastewater treatment works/Sewer rehabilitation in Munich German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) AQUA URBANICAUrban drainage in transition Stormwater management and flood prevention under climate change German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) University of Kaiserslautern International Workshop: Sustainable Development of Megacities A Mega-Challenge for China and the World Holistic solutions and guidelines are presented for tackling the current crises of the earth system. The workshop searches after model solutions for a sustainable development of mega cities in the area of land use, integrated water management as well as energy supply and air quality. International Experts on Earth System Preservation (IESP)

Mon 07.05.2012

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ISWA Special SessionA Global Perspective on Current Developments in Solid Waste Management International Solid Waste Association Opportunities in Water, Electricity an Renewables in UAEhow to do business with DEWA Dubai Electricity and Water Authority The purpose of the seminar is to explore opportunities for companies to partner with DEWA in a wide range of projects within Water, Waste Water, Electricity and Renewable Energy, ahead ofWETEX, an important Energy Technology and Environment Exhibition taking place in Dubai in March 2013. IMAG Internationaler Messe- und Ausstellungsdienst GmbH AQUA URBANICAUrban drainage in transition Modeling and adaption of drainage systems German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) University of Kaiserslautern Protection of climate and resources by improvement of energy efficiency in waste industry Presentation of actual research results from the institutes of EdDE-curatorship members. The themes contains chances and methods for increase of energy efficiency, reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions and validation of resources potentials for plants of waste industry. EdDE Entsorgergemeinschaft der Deutschen Entsorgungswirtschaft e.V. Young Water Professionals Conference For the first time, the 1st Young Water Professionals Conference for YWP takes place. Conference topic is Decentralized Wastewater Technology. On May 8, the event will take place in the ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen and is organized in cooperation with the Institute for Technology and Resources Management in the Tropics and Subtropics (ITT) at Cologne University of Applied Sciences. German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) AQUA URBANICAUrban drainage in transition (Micro)Pollutants in stormwater runoff German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) University of Kaiserslautern Huber Technology Prize 2012 Bavarian State Minister Dr. Marcel Huber will award prizes at the IFAT ENTSORGA in Munich on 8 May 2012. In times of the ever growing scarcity of resources the order of the day is to use water sparingly and utilize the valuable constituents contained within water. Just as important is safe energy supply. In view of the looming problems, many technical engineering efforts focus on increasing energy efficiency and using more renewable energy sources. Innovative concepts and technologies make it possible to tap even an energy source that has only been discussed as a disposal problem previously: our wastewater. Such innovative solutions have therefore been the subject of this years international Huber Technology Prize 2012 Future Water. The winners will be announced and prizes handed over on 8 May 2012 at the official award ceremony. Huber-Technology-Stiftung UN Water The safe use of wastewater in agriculture German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA)

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 b Conference room C 12

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 b

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 a

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ISWA Working Group Meeting on Recycling and Waste Minimisation The Working Group on Recycling and Waste Minimization (WGRWM) addresses both minimization of solid waste generation and the separation, processing and marketing of materials removed from the municipal solid waste stream. International Solid Waste Association ISWA Working Group Meeting on Collection and Transportation Technology The ISWA Working Group on Collection and Transportation Technology addresses the storage, collection, transfer and transport of solid waste. International Solid Waste Association Pre- and Post-Treatment? Overview about the most common methods of pre- and post treatment in seawater desalination as well as about intake and pump systems. Deutsche MeerwasserEntsalzung (DME) GmbH VKU Members meeting Department of Waste Management and City Cleaning VKS German Association of Local Utilities (VKU) Department of Waste Management and City Cleaning VKS Panel discussion Reform or effluent charges? German Association of Local Utilities (VKU) TurkeyThe new market in the worlds waste management sector The Turkish market of valuable waste will be introduced with three presentations, a discussion and a cocktail. The emphasis will be on packaging waste, hazardous and non-hazardous waste, energy from waste and electronic waste. TDAM Turkish Valuable Waste Industrial Association UN Water Water in the Green Economy German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) BDE Presidium and Board meeting Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) FORUM Certified sewer rehabilitation consultant Certified sewer rehabilitation consultant in Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands and Germany German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) VKU Members Meeting, Promotion and Development Association German Association of Local Utilities (VKU) Department of Waste Management and City Cleaning VKS Blue Competence: resource efficiency due to innovation VDMA Waste Treatment and Recycling Technology, VDMA Air Pollution Control BDE Members meeting Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) BMU Workshop Nanowaste Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

Wed 09.05.2012

09:3018:00

Conference room B13

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 b Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 12 Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 a Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 c Conference room B 31 Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 13 b Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 3

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 c

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TUESDAY, 08.05.2012

Wed 09.05.2012

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 21 b

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 12 ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Foyer Conference room A 31/A 32

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FEAD General Assembly European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services (FEAD) Conferment of the Creative Award 2012, followed by evening event 100 Years of Municipal City Cleaning German Association of Local Utilities (VKU) Moving up the waste hierarchybest practice examples The waste management sector welcomes the focus of the European Commission on a better enforcement of waste legislation. Ensuring a legislative level playing field and legal certainty is key for a fair and competitive market. The Waste Framework Directive 2008/98/EC stipulates the five-step waste hierarchy and sets recycling targets. Further boosting the recycling rates is a central goal of the European Commissions raw materials and resource efficiency roadmap. Most of the new Member States however are still lacking a modern waste management infrastructure. The role of an efficient application of the cohesion policy during the next funding period in order to create the required infrastructure for sustainable waste management is therefore key. Based on best practice examples from some European member states it will be demonstrated how the right policy mix of legal and economic measures is leading to a continuous moving up of the waste hierarchy. FEAD European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) German Membrane Technology for Water and Waste Water Seminar/Workshop: Membrane Bio Reactor, Water Treatment, Industry Waste Water DGMT e.V. - German Society for Membrane Technology ISWA Working Group Meeting on Hazardous Waste The ISWA Working Group on Hazardous Waste focuses on the management of hazardous wastes from both industrial and household sources, and the remediation of hazardous waste sites resulting from unacceptable hazardous waste management practices. International Solid Waste Association ISWA Working Group Meeting on Communication The ISWA Working Group on Communication addresses public concerns, comprising public support of and public opposition to waste management policies, public consultation and participation, and communication with focus on basic human attitudes towards waste. International Solid Waste Association Innovation forum Water management Wastewater treatment plants in various climate areas German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) in cooperation with Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) Irrigation Irrigation in Germany between the contradictory contexts of agriculture and alternative energy production. German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) BAV Members Meeting BAV Bundesverband der Altholzaufbereiter und -verwerter e.V. BMU Workshop Nanowaste Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

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Thu 10.05.2012

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 b Conference room B 41

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Thu 10.05.2012

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Innovation forum Water management Recycling of Phosphorusresults and trends German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) in cooperation with Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) Irrigation Water reuse in agriculturein arid and semiarid areas only? German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) Sewer ConstructionBest practice German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) in cooperation with RAL-Gtergemeinschaft Gteschutz Kanalbau e.V. Fachverein Betonrohre und Stahlbetonrohre e.V., Kunststoffrohrverband, Fachverband Steinzeugindustrie e.V., Fachgemeinschaft Guss-Rohrsysteme Aspects of the water industry German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA) International Water Association (IWA)

Thu 10.05.2012

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Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 14 a Via Entrance West, ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, Room 3 Conference room B 41

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Fri 11.05.2012

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Packaging disposalpublic call for tender 2012 Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) VBS Verband der Bayerischen Entsorgungsunternehmen e.V.

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BMU Workshop Nanowaste Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

WEDNESDAY, 09.05.2012

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Waste woodquo vadis? The joint waste wood day of BAV, BDE and VDMA will illustrate the trends on the waste wood market under the aspects of market and policy as well as processing technology and will give an overview on the future potential for development. BAV Bundesverband der Altholzaufbereiter und -verwerter e.V. Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry (BDE e.V.) German Engineering Federation (VDMA)

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GeoBioEnergy 2012
CONFERENCE FOR GEOTHERMAL AND BIO-ENERGY IN THE COMMUNAL ENERGY SUPPLY

10 May 2012 Biomass Part 1: Biogas from Biogenic Waste


Introduction & Overview
10:00 Biogas from Biogenic WasteOverview and Potentials Dr. Klaus Hoppenheit, Bifa Environmental Institute 10:30 Prerequisites for Successful Operation of Biogas Plantsin Focus: Co-fermentation Ludwig Dinkloh, r.e Bionergie 11:00 Economy, Risk Management and Financing of Biogas Plants Kai Imolauer, Rdl & Partner 11:30 System Concept to adopt Biogenic Waste Dr. Bernhard Thiersch, RES Projects

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Conference Program
9 May 2012 Geothermal Energy
Introduction & Overview
10:00 Welcoming Address Eugen Egetenmeir, Messe Mnchen International 10:10 The Change in Energy Policy: Goals, Opportunities and Challenges Dr. Monika Kratzer, Undersecretary in the Bavarian Ministry for Health and the Environment 10:30 Applications of Geothermic EnergyIntroduction and Overview Dr. Erwin Knapek, Geothermal Business Forum 11:00 Preliminary Investigation of Geological ConditionsDevelopments since the Geothermal Plant in Riem to the Present Dr. Achim Schubert, Erdwerk 11:30 Reservoir DevelopmentMaking Use of Geothermal Energy and Groundwater Protection Waldemar Mller-Ruhe, GtV-Bundesverband Geothermie

12:00 LUNCH BREAK Project Experience


13:00 Success Factors and Challenges to Biogas Production from Biological Waste Michael Buchheit, Sius 13:30 Production of Biogas in Sewage Purication Plants Robert Schmidt, Munich Municipal Sewage 14:00 Liquid Manure for Biogas Production in Germany: Theory versus Praxis Dr. Udo Hlker, Schaumann Biotic Systems

14:30 BREAK

Part 2: Exploitation of Woody Biomass


Introduction & Overview
15:00 Overview of the Energy Use of Woody Biomass Ulrich Schieferstein, Nehlsen / Bundesverband Altholz 15:30 Prerequisites for Successful Operation of Wood-Fired Heating Plants Niels Alter, Carmen e.V. 16:00 Economy and Financing of Wood-Fired CHP Plants Christof Federwisch, Noerr (requested)

12:00 LUNCH BREAK Economy & Technology


13:00 Experiences and New Strategies for Project Financing Dr. Thomas Reiff, Ganer, Groth, Siederer & Coll. 13:30 Heat supply by Renewable Energy: Geothermal Energy, Local and District Heat, Contracting for Communities and Industry Dr. Ulrich Kaier, Energiecontracting Heidelberg AG 14:00 Power Production by Geothermal Energyan Overview Dr. Hartwig Schrder, enpros consulting

16:30 BREAK Project Experience


17:00 Wood Gasication as a Key Technology for Biomass Energy Christian Aichernig, Repotec 17:30 Efcient Thermal Exploitation of Waste Wood in Steam Power Plants and ORC Plants N. N., Stadtwerke Bielefeld (requested)

14:30 BREAK Geothermal Projectsfrom Development to Operation


15:00 Geothermal Energy in Vienna: Urban Development with Deep Geothermal Energy Michael Kotschan, Aspern Geothermal Center 15:30 Geothermal Energy in Munichfrom Riem to the Future Dr.-Ing. Christian Pletl, Dr. Nadine Frank, SWM Services 16:00 Case History of the Project Aschheim-Feldkirchen-Kirchheim near Munich from Planning to Realization and Commissioning Thomas Frhlich, AFK-Geothermie 16:30 Geothermal Energy Production in Kirchweidach Genuine Partnership between Community and Developers Bernhard Gubo, GeoEnergy Bayern

Conference prole

At the focus of the GeoBioEnergy event are the utilization of geothermal energy and biomass for municipal energy supply. Organizers are the Enerchange Agency in cooperation with Messe Mnchen GmbH. The conference will be held on the premises of the Internationales Congress Center Mnchen, in parallel and in direct co-location with IFAT ENTSORGA.

Registrations can be made online under www.ifat.de/Geobioenergy, or directly on site at the ICM Internationales Congress Center Mnchen registration desk. Contact Sponsorship
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IFAT ENTSORGA is pleased to offer you an innovative and easy-touse tool for planning your time at the fairto make your visit as efficient and professional as possible: the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 App. On your smartphone, this tool helps you locate exhibitors of interest to you and, via a product search, identifies all those firms at the fair that could have relevance for your business. Theres also a search function for the events programme, sortable according to forums or days, so you wont miss anything when you are here. To sum up, the main functions of the IFAT ENTSORGA 2012 App are: Search acc. to exhibitor name, industry sector or points of interest around the site interactive hall plan featuring favorite functions Overview of the entire conference programme, acc. to day or forum Detailed information on the individual events
Science, research, technology transfer Water extraction and treatment /Water and sewage treatment Outlets, ttings and valves Measuring, control and laboratory technology Services Refuse collection and transport Vehicles and superstructures / Street cleaning, maintenance and winter road services Outdoor area Open-air site Special events Congress Geo Bio Energie Historical exhibition 100 years of municipal cleaning VDMA Practical Days VAK Trucks in Action Special exhibition Treasure Trove Cell Phone Special exhibition Water is future

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Pumps and lifting tackles Pipes and shafts / Coastal protection / Flood control Sewer modernisation / Inspection / Cleaning Thermal and biological treatment, landlls / Generating energy from waste materials / Decontamination of old sites, soil treatment / Flue-gas scrubbing and air extraction / Noise reduction and abatement / Geothermal energy Refuse treatment/ Recycling and utilisation of raw materials

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Important facts and contacts


IFAT ENTSORGA 711 May 2012, Messe Mnchen, Germany Hours: MondayThursday 9:0018:00 Friday 9:0016:00

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Messe Mnchen GmbH, Messegelnde D-81823 Mnchen/Germany Tel. +49 89 949-11358 Fax +49 89 949-11359 info@ifat.de, www.ifat.de

F O R E I G N R E P R E S E N TAT I V E S

With foreign subsidiaries and representatives serving 90 countries, Messe Mnchen International (MMI) has a global network. The contact information for a partner in your country can be found in the Contact section of our website at www.ifat.de.

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