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Romania looks to Israel for leading water technology solutions

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The Romanian delegation at Hagihon’s facilities The senior management of Raja Constanta, Romania’s largest water utility, visited Israel with an intention to implement Israeli water technologies to improve Romania’s infrastructure. The stars are aligning, as the saying goes, to make Read More

Hagihon in EU Cooperation, Supplies Critical Testing Ground for Israeli Water Startups

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Hagihon is partnering with leading European Utilities and Research Institutions in a new EU research project to Improve Governance and Social Awareness of Water Environmental Challenges.The new project, titled POWER (an acronym for ‘Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental Read More

Israel’s Water Industry – Answering the World’s Wake-Up Call

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

An in-depth analysis (also featured by the JNF) of the reasons for the success of Israel’s unique water industry, by Oded Distel: It seems that everywhere you look these days, the U.S. has “discovered” Israel’s water industry, which was featured Read More

Water Industry Leaders from California Converge in Israel for Milken Event  

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Key figures from California’s water industry visited Israel  for a Financial Innovations Lab event, as part of the California-Israel Global Innovation Project  of the Milken Innovation Center at the Jerusalem Institute. California is suffering a severe water shortage, and Israel’s Read More

Israeli Water Delegation on Mission to Help Brazil Solve Water Crisis

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Brazil is experiencing its worst water shortage ever.  Low levels of rainfall, increased water use, and low infrastructure investments have led to the lowest water levels in the history of Brazil. An Event in Sao Paulo This was the background Read More

Israel at IWA Portugal – Looking to the Future of the World’s Water

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

“The discussion at IWA was very much focused on the problems of the developing world, which is suffering from a severe lack in clean drinking water,” said Professor Avner Adin, from the Israel Water Association and Adin Holdings Ltd. Professor Read More