IFAT, the International Trade Fair for Environmental Technologies, is back after a forced four-year break.
We will be present once again at the world's leading trade fair for the industry, with major innovations and integrated solutions for waste collection under the motto ALL SYSTEMS GO - THE FUTURE OF INTEGRATED SYSTEMS EMBRACES TECHNOLOGY AND ECODESIGN.
Mattiussi Ecology returns to the fair ready to consolidate, strengthen and expand its presence in European markets, presenting, as ever, a series of distinctive proposals: technical, ergonomic, specialised recycling containers with a quality that is immediately appreciable and recognisable.
The attention of the European markets in this regard has always been high, and indeed has further increased in recent years, with even more coordinated and careful action in both sales and service.
This proposition represents the company's traditional core business, to which will be added an innovative development idea centred on the needs that more and more territorial, urban and organisational contexts are demanding: integration between waste collection and management systems, with unified data management and an attentive eye to PAYT (pay as you throw) and KAYT (know as you throw).
Empowered by its vast portfolio, forty years’ experience in the field and a truly global outlook, Mattiussi Ecologia is a veritable system integrator. It has all the knowledge and skills to guide a given urban area, however complex and heterogeneous its needs and requirements may be, in the transition towards its ideal waste management system, complete with accurate checking and control of data, and comprehensive, well-informed management of dedicated resources.
At its stand (Hall 5 - Stand 333) Mattiussi will present and illustrate its applied-tech solutions, built on the requirements of Industry 4.0 and devised by its Research and Development Department. The models BIOX 4.0 and RE-POINT 4.0 are key features of countless projects for the integration of management and architecture, both in prestigious settings, such as historic centres, tourist resorts or places of natural and architectural importance, and where the need has emerged to organise, regulate and measure the waste generated by specific categories of users such as non-domestic customers or apartment complexes.
The principle of integration, in which different collection methods – street, door-to-door, community solutions and drop-off centres – interact with each other, allows each urban setting to design and implement a unique, tailor-made system, built on the typical and specific needs and realities of the place and of the people running it.
In this regard, special attention will be paid to the food waste collection and treatment chain, the real acid test of a system's effectiveness, efficiency, circularity, and environmental and economic sustainability.
IFAT 2022 will see the presentation of a new benchmark in waste collection, which will once again break the mould, promoting a new way to collect food waste. The vital action of involving and empowering users and supporting service providers, thereby ensuring a safe and efficient service is fundamentally important for composting facilities, which will gain major benefits for the management, economics and sustainability of their operations.