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IFAT 2024 in Munich was the biggest trade show of all time. Attracting a record number of exhibitors (3211) and visitors (142,000), the environmental trade summit was also very important to us.

From the Hungarian water industry, only Pureco Ltd. participated in this remarkable event as the main exhibitor. Together with Pureco and as a co-exhibitor, we received our booth visitors from almost all over the world. Experts from Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and India visited us, and throughout the days there were continuous discussions, negotiations and B2B meetings on the water treatment technologies we provide.

Among the water purification technologies of international interest, our PurAID® drinking water purification solution, which has been identified by the UN as a solution to accelerate progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals, was also on display for visitors.

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Pureco also hosted the Hungarian Water Partnership (HWP) as a co-exhibitor at the booth, thereby strengthening our collaborative efforts within the industry.

The third day of IFAT was also significant from another point of view, as our booth hosted the "Meet the Hungarian Water Industry" forum organised by the Hungarian Water Partnership (HWP).

The next IFAT 2026 will take place in Munich from 4-8 May, save the date, we'll be there!

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Three more PurAID® units in Ghana

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Three more PurAID® units in Ghana
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Provided to the construction camp for engineers and contractors building a road network, three of our plants purify drinking water

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PurAID® project in Ghana

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PurAID® project in Ghana
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Our first project in Ghana, the trial operation of our PurAID® modular, mobile, pallet-based water purification equipment installed in the settlement of Akim Wenchi, has been successfully completed. With the help of PurAID®, iron and manganese impurities, as well as disease-causing bacteria, are removed from the water of the public wells of the town of 12,000 inhabitants.

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