Earlier this year veteran Israeli journalist and Times of Israel founding editor David Horovitzevaluated advances in Israeli water technology and concluded that it had functionally eliminated a water crisis that had been plauging the country:
But for Israel, for the foreseeable future… the water crisis is over…. an insistent refusal to let the country be constrained by insufficient natural water sources — a refusal that dates back to David Ben-Gurion’s decision to build the National Water Carrier in the 1950s, the most significant infrastructure investment of Israel’s early years — led Israel first into large-scale water recycling, and over the past decade into major desalination projects. The result, as of early 2013, is that the Water Authority feels it can say with confidence that Israel has beaten the drought.
Israeli companies are now successfully distributing those technologies inernationally. Israeli company named Blue I sells water monitoring systems that check the purity of water. The so-called “smart” water systems have been installed across European and American factories where food is produced:
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