America's Savior

An Israeli technology is about to address America’s growing water crisis. IDE Technologies  – a pioneer and world leader in water technologies – won a contract to design and supply equipment for a new nearly $1 billion desalination plant to be located near the Encina Power Station in Carlsbad, California.

The facility, which is expected to begin operations in 2016, will produce 54 million gallons (204,412 cubic meters) of potable water each day.

“The Carlsbad Desalination Project is a significant milestone for us, California and the US at large, as we believe it will set the stage for the future of desalination in America,” says Avshalom Felber, CEO of IDE Technologies.

“Israel has [always] had to deal with water problems. In the US, most places have plenty of water. The whole concept of desalination is kind of new there,” says Felber.
From drip irrigation, to water recycling, reclamation, wastewater reuse and desalination, Israel is a worldwide pioneer of water technologies.
“There’s a whole list of Israeli groups including IDE that lead various aspects of the world water industry. We bring solutions that are innovative and different,” says Felber of Israel’s international reputation as a center of world-class expertise in the field.

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