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Emefcy Presents SABRE: A Revolutionary Product in Wastewater Treatment

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Emefcy, a well-established Israeli start-up already known for its breakthrough wastewater treatment technologies, is introducing a revolutionary new product into the market – the modular Spiral Aerobic Biofilm Reactor (SABRE). On September 9th Emefcy announced the product at an event Read More

Israel’s AutoAgronom in $20M Exit to China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group has announced that it had bought Israeli company AutoAgronom for $20 million.  AutoAgronom’s systems use sensors to sample soil, perform analysis, and automatically activate irrigation and fertilization. The Company’s systems are used in 70 different types Read More

India-Israel Cooperation in Water Arena Poised for Major Advancement

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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India’s critical water situation, with major pollution issues and a vast population, is well-known. The Indian water industry understands that Israeli water technology companies hold the key to addressing many of India’s water challenges. Indeed, a number of Israeli water Read More

Hagihon and TaKaDu Sign a Long Term Three-Year Contract Extension for Integrated Water Network Management

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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Hagihon Company Ltd., The Jerusalem Region Water and Wastewater Utility, globally known as an early adopter of innovative water technologies, and TaKaDu, a global leader in integrated water network management, announced today that they signed a three-year contract extension. This Read More

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

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

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
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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.