The Israeli water industry is recognized as a global leader in the water arena thanks to breakthrough technological innovations in areas such as desalination, water treatment and water security:
The Hadera seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant in Israel is one of the largest of its kind in the world ● Israel reclaims almost 75% of its reused effluents in agriculture ● Israel’s total water consumption has remained nearly the same since 1964, in spite of a growing population and agriculture. This feat has been enabled through improved efficiency and technological innovation ● By 2013, desalination plants in Israel will supply more than 500 million m3 of water per year, supplying 35% of the country’s fresh water needs.
Water is an extremely precious commodity in Israel. The landscape there provides the perfect environment for researching and developing water technologies in ‘real-world’ conditions. In that regard there are so many similarities between Israel and South Africa when it comes to water and the obvious need for cooperation between our countries to meet these challenges.
Watec Israel 2011 is one of the most important water related conferences globally. The Embassy of Israel, in conjunction with the Israel Export Institute, has put together 2 programmes that showcase the Israeli experience alongside with the newest innovation in two areas: municipal and industrial. We would honoured to have Your company at the trip to Israel (13-16 November).
Please, have a look at the programmes:
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