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Session „Resource efficiency in the processing industry“

ifu Hamburg at ACHEMA

ifu Hamburg at ACHEMA

The next ACHEMA (World Forum and Leading Show for the Process Industries) will take place in 2021 in Frankfurt am Main. Every year, up to 3,800 exhibitors and over 150,000 visitors attend this event.

Also we, the ifu Institute for Environmental Informatics Hamburg plan to be represented at this event again.

We will of course keep you informed as soon as further information is available. More information about the exhibition and the congress can be found at the official website of the ACHEMA.

Review ACHEMA 2018

The last ACHEMA took place June 11 – 15, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany and focused upon the following topics: Biotech for Chemistry, Flexible Production and Chemical- and Pharma Logistics.

The ifu Hamburg Team would like to thank you for visiting our booth at the joint booth Baden-Württemberg. We were very pleased about the many interesting discussions and the lively dialogue about resource efficiency. 

A special highlight of ACHEMA 2018 was our session on "Resource efficiency in the processing industry". In case you missed the session or would like to take a closer look at the presentations, you can download them below:

Review ACHEMA 2018

Session Program

Tobias Viere


Resource efficiency in chemical industries – best practice examples from Baden-Württemberg

Prof. Dr. Tobias Viere | Pforzheim University

To the presentation
Eva Hink


Resource efficiency, product stewardship, and the legally compliant operation of industry plants

Eva Hink | iPoint-systems GmbH

To the presentation
Aydan Gedik


Influence of different hydrogen production processes on carbon footprint and cost of selected chemical

Aydan Gedik | BASF SE

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Britta Schwartze


Simulation tools supporting resource efficiency analysis in the processing industry

Dr. Britta Schwartze | Schwartze id.vt

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Michael Hauke


Using Material Flow Cost Accounting for Resource Efficiency Assessment

Michael Hauke | ifu Hamburg GmbH

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