Water-tech initiative goes to test

The Chief Scientist's Office in the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry said Wednesday it will allocate NIS 15 million towards testing the water-technology products developed through its "Katamon," project.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
July 19, 2007 06:31

The Chief Scientist's Office in the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry said Wednesday it will allocate NIS 15 million towards testing the water-technology products developed through its "Katamon," project. "Katamon" was established in conjunction with Israel Research Academy, the Water Infrastructure Company as well as with companies and industries around the country producing water-technology solutions. According to chief scientist Dr. Eli Opper, the cooperation between the various bodies in the project will advance the revolutionary ideas produced by the "Katamon" project and will assist the country in marketing its water-based technology solutions to customers around the world.


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