BGU's Rotec makes Artemis's top 50 list

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
June 23, 2010 15:49

 
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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev water technology start-up ROTEC was named one of the top 50 water companies by the Artemis Project this month.

ROTEC's Innovative patented Flow Reversal (FR) technology and system are used to prevent scaling in reverse osmosis and nano filtration membrane desalination systems.

This is the second year the Artemis Project has published a Top 50 Water Companies list. As the leading authority on applying advanced water solutions to business operations, The Artemis Project specializes in developing holistic water management strategies for major corporations, according to the company.

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