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India-Israel Opportunities for Strategic Partnerships in Water & Wastewater Techniques
11th August, 2015 at 2.30 p.m. at Federation House, Red Hills, Hyderabad
Israel being one of the world’s most arid regions, Israel’s consistently growing water consumption has been satisfied over the decades by more efficient water management, the development of drip irrigation, the introduction of economically viable desalination and reclaiming wastewater. Israel not only meets the water needs of a population of more than 7 million, it is self-sufficient in food supplies and exports $1.5 billion of agricultural produce each year, mainly premium quality fruit, vegetables and flowers to Western Europe. Reclaiming sewage water has also been another major method of meeting Israel’s fast increasing water consumption. In recent years, desalination has emerged as Israel’s major hope of keeping up with demand for water and the country has become a world leader in transforming salt water into drinking water. In pioneering sewage recycling, Israel has also developed innovative methods of sewage treatment. These methods include engineering and upgrading of existing plants, municipal sludge treatment, on-site compact sewage systems, and the biological treatment of solid waste, industrial effluents, medical waste and biologically contaminated materials.
Keeping this in view, FTAPCCI is organizing an Interactive Session on India-Israel Opportunities for Strategic Partnerships in Water & Wastewater Techniques on 11th August, 2015 at 2.30 p.m. at Federation House, Red Hills,Hyderabad. Prof. Yoram Oren, Professor Emeritus, Ben Gurion University, Israel has consented to participate and address the meeting.
Prof. Yoram Oren has expertise in the area ofReverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration for desalination and water treatment, Electrochemical processes for preserving the environment, surface phenomena, electrodialysis for water treatment and desalination, ion exchange membranes, electrochemical phenomena in pressure driven processes for water treatment (Reverse osmosis, nanofiltration), capacitive deionization, electrochemical aspects in biofouling of membranes for water treatment. Ion exchange membrane bioreactors for water decontamination.
There is no participation fee, however prior registration is must.
We request you to kindly participate in the meeting and join us at Hi-Tea. Please confirm your participation to Mr. R. Kulkarni, Joint Director, FTAPCCI, Phone: 98482 86640, 8008579625, E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org; to enable us to make necessary arrangements.