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Meet us at IFAT in Munich, Germany, May 30–June 3

Are you looking for solutions to the future’s challenges? The world’s leading trade fair for environmental technologies provides the answers. Being the largest platform for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, IFAT gathers the industry from all over the world—its innovative offers set benchmarks for the future.

Live demonstration of the SCO 1000

This year, SurfCleaner will co-exhibit with our Italian distributor, WTE. Take the opportunity to experience the world’s first skimmer/separator hybrids for 100% removal, separation and recovery of oil, diesel, petrol, plastics, sludge, debris, and more. Visit us in Hall A3.409 to learn more about the SurfCleaner benefits, and also experience live demonstration of our ingenious technology!

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