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LANXESS India Debuts At IFAT India, 2017 Showcasing Its Latest Water Treatment Solutions

Specialty chemicals group LANXESS showcased its high-performance Lewabrane® reverse osmosis membranes, Lewatit® ion exchange resins and Bayoxide® iron oxide adsorbers for water treatment  at IFAT India, 2017 trade show, from September 26 to 28, 2017 in Mumbai, India.

LANXESS showcased its latest products and innovations in reverse osmosis (RO) elements from the Lewabrane® alternating strand design (ASD) as well as ultra-low pressure membranes (ULP). LANXESS also demonstrated how its products and services meet the responsibility of curbing pollution, fighting water scarcity and creating a safer and cleaner environment.

On LANXESS’ participation at IFAT India 2017, Dr. Michael Pies, Head of Production & Technology, BU LPT, LANXESS said, “The quality of water provided to the people is a concern of sustainable development for the society. LANXESS has always paid close attention to the quality of water and has dedicated itself to ensuring water safety. Thus, we have showcased our latest, advanced and environment-friendly product portfolios and solutions for water treatment industry at IFAT India 2017.”

Mr. Prakash Shanmugam, GM – BU LPT, LANXESS India commented, “We are excited to participate at this trade fair as it has provided an ideal platform and brought together solution providers, practitioners, decision-makers and industry professionals from all over the globe under one roof.”

About IFAT:
IFAT is the World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, and is a place where visitors can find strategies and solutions for using resources in intelligent cycles in a manner that ensures their long-term preservation with a great deal of success. 2017 was the fifth anniversary of IFAT India, and this year 6,765 visitors took part in India´s leading trade fair for environmental technology between September 26 and 28. The core issue at the three-day fair was how technology can help master the high volumes of waste and the impact of extreme weather on the subcontinent. On show in Mumbai were tailored solutions for the Indian market.

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