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Water Industry To Converge in Tel Aviv for WATEC 2015

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

WATEC 2015,  the Israeli water week, will take place in Tel Aviv this month, bringing together the world’s leading experts in the water arena.  Interview with Yossi Yaacoby of Mekorot  the Chairman of the conference and Oded Distel of Israel Read More

Israeli Students Bring Revolutionary Idea to Stockholm

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Chen Zamostianu, Rotem Ben David and Stanislav Reznikov

Three Israeli high school students presented the basis for a solution to a dire environmental problem – oil spills – at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition.  Interview with  Helena Tenenbaum, SJWPI national organizer. Sometimes the answers to some of Read More

Safe Drinking Water – at Your Fingertips

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli start-up Lishtot has won the Israel StartUp Open 2015 competition.  Interview with CEO Netanel Raisch. If you Google “boil water alerts” you’ll get over a hundred thousand results.  Contaminated drinking water is a huge global problem.  Just this week Read More

WATEC Conference to Float Innovative Ideas

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Oded Distel speaking at the Impact event

WATEC 2015 is quickly approaching, and Israel NewTech is working on all fronts, from delegations and international tours, to PR, to encourage water professionals from around the world to come to the event.  Below are excerpts from a recent article Read More

Israeli Water Expert Tours Brazil Towards WATEC

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israeli water expert Beni Lew toured Brazil, bringing news from Israel’s water industry and technologies to this severely water strapped country. Everyone’s talking about the drought in California, but in Brazil there are actually places where the faucets are running Read More

Israel and India Move towards Ganges Rejuvenation

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Oded Distel and the delegation in India

An Israel NewTech delegation returned from India, where the cooperation towards the cleanup of the polluted Ganges River was advanced.  An interview with Oded Distel. Oded Distel and the delegation in India “We have been working closely with the Indian Read More