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Over the past four decades SWARCO has developed into a one-stop shop for products, systems, services and solutions for road safety and traffic management.

The SWARCO Group offers a market-leading program in the fields of urban and interurban traffic management, including energy-saving LED traffic lights, intersection control, adaptive control of traffic flows, highway and tunnel guidance systems, and LED-based street lighting. more...

International Waste Industries (IWI) is a full service designer and manufacturer of waste combustion and waste-to-energy (WTE) systems, with over 36 years of experience and over 700 installations worldwide. Our strengths are our experience and commitment to high quality standards, health and safety policies, and ethical business practices, as well as our drive towards excellence in engineering, manufacturing, and innovation. more

KURT provides innovative pipeline rehabilitation solutions for the Water& Wastewater, Oil, Gas and Industrial markets. 

In Germany, they are a leader in Pipe Bursting which is atrenchless method of replacing buried pipelines (such as sewer, water, or natural gas pipes) without the need for a traditional construction trench.

KURT is also a leader in TIP technique (Tight-In-Pipe) in the processing of oil & chemical streams. Utilizing cast Basalt pipes (or tiles) which deliver the highest wear resistance and wear protection. The pipes are used for high abrasion and corrosion applications. The pipes display extreme hardness & exceptional corrosion and temperature resistance  more

VTA – The abbreviation stands for “Verfahrens Technologische Abwasseraufbereitung”, meaning “wastewater processing driven by process engineering”. It also stands for a globally successful Austrian company that sets new standards in wastewater and environmental technologies with its innovative and technically advanced products. The company's top priorities are eco-friendliness and economic efficiency.  more

 Aldis was born in 2006 from the vision and passion of technology entrepreneurs James “Vig” Sherrill and Bill Malkes. Both Vig and Bill see opportunities to revolutionize the way traffic management gets done, by infusing new technology into signalized intersections. For perspective, the National Traffic Signal Report Card released by the National Transportation Operations Coalition in 2007, estimated that if all the signals in the United States were improved from their current “D” grade to an “A” grade, travel delay would be reduced by up to 40% and fuel consumption would fall by 10% or 17 billion gallons a year. This time and energy savings would add up to a reduction in harmful emissions (carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide and volatile organic compounds) by 22%. more