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A promising market for water technologies in Peru

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Commercial Attaché Leo Makukh is laying the foundation for Israel’s first economic office in Peru, which is set to open in just a few weeks in the Israeli embassy in Lima. Perhaps the most promising sector for potential export to Read More

Panama and Israel Embark on Path of Cooperation in Water Sector

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Panama is a tropical country, and what would a tropical country want with water saving technologies? Professor Eilon Adar, hydrologist at Ben-Gurion University’s Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research, who recently accompanied a delegation of decision-makers from Panama’s water sector on Read More

Sau Paulo water utility SABESP CEO visits Israel in search of water technologies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

SABESP is one of the five largest water utilities in the world.  CEO Professor Jerson Kelman recently toured Israel and opened doors for business cooperation. Prof. Kelman presents at the seminar Sao Paulo’s water utility, SABESP (Companhia de Saneamento Básico Read More

White House taps Israeli tech to help solve California water problems

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

In honor of International Water Day, Obama administration is backing dozens of projects, among them an LA incubator for Israeli firms. In the US, cleantech has often focused on ways to develop alternative energies, like solar and wind, but it’s Read More

Desalitech Recognized as Leading Global Water Technology Company

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

When we drink a glass of water, or use water to wash dishes or take a shower, we’re aware that we’re using water.  But actually, for almost every single item we use – when we buy a sweater, a smartphone Read More

Emefcy begins trading on the Sydney Stock Exchange

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Emefcy, which develops technological solutions for sewage treatment, has merged into Savcor, an Australian stock exchange shell, accompanied by a financing round, and will become a public company with a market cap of 35 million Australian dollars ($25 million). Emefcy Read More