Israel Water Innovation Day, 6 July 2011

Israel Water Innovation DayApproximately 2 billion people around the world either lack access to sufficient quantities of water, or are supplied with water unfit for drinking. Governments, academia, international institutions and corporations around the world are searching for new and innovative solutions to meet the world’s sustainability challenges. These efforts are no longer targeting a specific nation; rather, efforts are focusing on finding a global connecting thread.

Having coped with water shortages for more than 60 years, the State of Israel has gained experience in developing unique solutions for issues such as intelligent water resource management, irrigation technologies, water quality, water purification, wastewater restoration, desalination and water security. Israel, with its innovative and vibrant industry, has become a major player in these fields.

Reclaiming almost 75% of its wastewater, Israel’s total water consumption remains nearly the same since 1964. Israel today is recognised as a global leader in the water arena, continuing to offer breakthrough technological innovations across a variety of areas. Indeed Israel’s NRW (non-revenue water) is approximately 12%, half the European average.

Israel Water Innovation Day

Wednesday 6th July 2011

Central London

This summer the Commercial Office at the Embassy of Israel is organising an Israel Water Innovation Day with the opportunity to meet a delegation of innovative water technology companies from Israel, and participate in a series of introductions and discussions with industry leaders.

Reclaiming almost 75% of its wastewater, Israel’s total water consumption remains nearly the same since 1964. Israel today is recognised as a global leader in the water arena, continuing to offer breakthrough technological innovations across a variety of areas. Indeed Israel’s NRW (non-revenue water) is approximately 12%, half the European average.

The delegation will focus on the fields of: urban water efficiency solutions, waste water treatment, water security and water management.

Participation in this event is free of charge however availability is limited.

For more information, visit israelwater.eventbrite.com or contact Simon Spier at the Commercial Office on +44 20 7957 9525.Approximately 2 billion people around the world either lack access to sufficient quantities of water, or are supplied with water unfit for drinking. Governments, academia, international institutions and corporations around the world are searching for new and innovative solutions to meet the world’s sustainability challenges. These efforts are no longer targeting a specific nation; rather, efforts are focusing on finding a global connecting thread.

Having coped with water shortages for more than 60 years, the State of Israel has gained experience in developing unique solutions for issues such as intelligent water resource management, irrigation technologies, water quality, water purification, wastewater restoration, desalination and water security. Israel, with its innovative and vibrant industry, has become a major player in these fields.

Reclaiming almost 75% of its wastewater, Israel’s total water consumption remains nearly the same since 1964. Israel today is recognised as a global leader in the water arena, continuing to offer breakthrough technological innovations across a variety of areas. Indeed Israel’s NRW (non-revenue water) is approximately 12%, half the European average.

Israel Water Innovation Day

Wednesday 6th July 2011

Central London

This summer the Commercial Office at the Embassy of Israel is organising an Israel Water Innovation Day with the opportunity to meet a delegation of innovative water technology companies from Israel, and participate in a series of introductions and discussions with industry leaders.

Reclaiming almost 75% of its wastewater, Israel’s total water consumption remains nearly the same since 1964. Israel today is recognised as a global leader in the water arena, continuing to offer breakthrough technological innovations across a variety of areas. Indeed Israel’s NRW (non-revenue water) is approximately 12%, half the European average.

The delegation will focus on the fields of: urban water efficiency solutions, waste water treatment, water security and water management.

Participation in this event is free of charge however availability is limited.

For more information, visit israelwater.eventbrite.com or contact Simon Spier at the Commercial Office on +44 20 7957 9525.

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