First Bio-Filter Project in Israel, Three Towns to Accumulate Rainwater

Anyone who lives in an area near the sea but still suffers from water shortages is familiar with the old expression “water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink.”

The town of Kfar Saba holds the first pilot for a Bio-Filter facility in Israel: a public garden designed to absorb rainwater, fill and purify underground reservoirs. As constructions are on-going, four more cities are competing for the construction of the next two facilities.

As a reminder, more Israeli towns, such as Rishon-Letzion, have begun construction on local reservoirs intended for the rehabilitation of underground reservoirs and usage through municipal desalination plants.

 

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