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W.L. Gore & Associates GmbH
A Commitment to Innovation Shapes Everything We Do
W. L. Gore & Associates has made its name by creating innovative, technology-driven solutions, from medical devices that treat aneurysms to high-performance GORE-TEX® fabrics. A privately held company with annual sales of more than $3.2 billion, Gore is committed to perpetuating its 50-plus year tradition of product innovation.
Innovative machines, plants and stainless steel equipment for municipal and industrial water, wastewater and sludge treatment. Competent in stainless steel - Leading in wastewater technology.
BTA International GmbH
We are the right choice for you! Reliable separation of wastes and conversion of the organic fractions into bioenergy is the key of every modern waste utilisation that conserves resources and is climate-friendly.
Universität Stuttgart - ISWA
The Institute for Sanitary Engineering, Water Quality and Solid Waste Management (ISWA) is a research and training facility of the University of Stuttgart (Universität Stuttgart) within the faculty of "Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences". The University’s Sewage Treatment Plant for Research and Teaching, which is situated within the institute, is unique throughout Europe.
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Eggersmann Plant Engineering acquires BRT, the international engineering specialist in waste sorting and Recycling technology
BRT Recycling Technologie GmbH based in Ibbenbüren is to be integrated into the Eggersmann Group. As a specialist in waste sorting and recycling equipment, with an export share of over 85%, the company is a perfect fit with the international outlook of Eggersmann Plant Engineering.
Petroplus relies on integrated EMCS solution in OpenTAS
Fully automated customs handling implemented by Implico.
Energy-efficient drives for HUBER machines
HUBER has taken on its share of responsibility for the new EU legislation: The complete product portfolio has been reviewed with regard to the new legislation so that every plant operator can be sure to have the energy-efficient motor for his machine.