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Water Treatment for Industry – Technology Breakthroughs from Israel

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Take a look around you.  Every item you see – from deodorant to jeans, from cars to a can of soda – took a tremendous amount of water to produce.  How did the manufacturing process of these items use water?  Read More

SolarOr – Making Energy out of Building Facades

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Did you know that buildings grab 40 percent of all generated electricity? Israeli electro-optical engineer Oren Aharon was surprised to discover this statistic, and set out to do something about it as Israel moves toward implementing “green” goals over the Read More

Israeli Water Delegation to U.S. Food & Beverage Industry Gets High Marks

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
The delegation visiting Dietz and Watson

Four Israeli water technology companies recently returned from a series of very effective meetings with large food & beverage companies in Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Delaware, including Campbell's Soup and Coca Cola.

Netafim Innovation Saves Water in Agriculture

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Netafim annonced successful results of a pilot project of its uManage platform, which helps farmers compile and analyze data, as well as monitor and record irrigation/fertilizer performance and yields. The software enables growers to make decisions based on analysis of Read More

Israeli Water Delegation to Water Innovation Europe Opens Doors for Cooperation

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Mr. Yossi Yaacoby at WssTP, Photo Credit/WssTP

Water Innovation Europe wrapped up recently in Brussels, organized by The European Water Platform (WssTP).  Israel was chosen to present its approach to innovation at the event, together with representatives from Canada, China and South America.  Yossi Yaacoby, head of Read More

Mapal Announces Third Major UK Water Contract

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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United Utilities, the UK’s largest listed water company, is the latest water utility to sign a contract with Israel’s Mapal Green Energy for wastewater treatment.  The deal was first reported here in the summary article on Singapore Water Week.  Now Read More