Water technology conference and exhibition WATEC Israel 2017: Groundbreaking water and alternative energy technology companies will present their latest products and services. Exhibiting will be a wide and divers array of Startups, local and international companies.
WATEC starts With an eye to the most depressing reality – we lack clean fresh water. WATEC challenges drought in Tel Aviv, where scientists, water industry experts, companies and politicians have met. On the table, the most urgent issues of the 21st century: desalination, waste water recycling, environmental protection and the application of new technologies to the exploitation and sharing of this primary vital resource.
More than 70 companies from Israel, China, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark and India have demonstrated technologies and equipment in a number of areas, including water management and wastewater treatment.
Israeli company Azud has demonstrated the sewage treatment system, using a number of parallel filter cylinders for water treatment to adjust water supply in accordance with demand for filtered water. During operation, each filter cartridge automatically performs clean up of dirt accumulated in the filter tray.
The water bag produced by Israel’s Qwater is used by the local authorities in Israel to provide fresh water for the residents in case of emergency. The folding water bag can be stored for 10 years, each water bag keeps up to 3 tons of fresh water.
Israeli company ODIS Filtration provides a variety of water treatment solutions, whether it is for river water, lake water, or seawater, and even sewage to ensure direct supply of drinking water.
Many Israeli companies provide solutions for intelligent data logging to record automatically the pipeline flow data and transmit them through wireless channel to the control terminal.
Israel NewTech is a national program aimed at promoting Israel’s water and sustainable energy sectors. The Israel NewTech program was founded on the belief that the water and sustainable energy sectors have the potential to be strong growth industries for the country, and play an important role in meeting the world’s rising needs. This pioneering national program is led by the Ministry of economy and Industry, and is supported by a number of additional government agencies. Israel NewTech helps to advance the water and sustainable energy sectors by supporting academia and research, encouraging implementation in the local market, and by helping Israeli companies succeed in the international arena.
Continuing in the tradition of previous years, WATEC once again achieved the goal in showcasing and sharing the most advanced technologies from Israel and from around the world.