Israel's Water Desalination Plants: Another Example of Jewish Ingenuity

(nablopomo day 10)

Back in May, the largest reverse-osmosis water desalination plant in existence was opened in Hadera.  It is owned by IDE Technologies and Shikun and Binui, the third of five plants being built in Israel.  They are slated to supply  750 million cubic meters of desalinated water to Israel a year.

Israel's main natural sources of water are underground acquifers, and the Kineret, or Sea of Galilee.

   -- Just another example of Israeli ingenuity.

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