Jerusalem Introduces Water Recycling In Ritual Baths
The Jerusalem Municipality is initiating a pilot project to recycle the water in one of the city’s ritual baths (Mikveh). If successful, 35 additional Mikvehs in Jerusalem will be added to project, bringing the total of recycled water to 100 million liters per year - saving 1 million dollars annually.
March 28, 2012
Invention: Paper Made From Sewage
For decades we have been using notebooks said to be produced from "woodless paper". A new Israeli invention is making it possible to produce "scentless paper" – from drain water. Applied CleanTech has developed a system capable of turning stinking sewage into a renewable and profitable source of energy.
March 14, 2012
Coffee Shops Across Israel Turning Into Eco-friendly Book Shops
A network of second-hand bookshops is springing up all over Israel, but not where you’d expect. Israelis no longer have to visit librarians to find cheap copies of great books. Instead, they can just pop into one of their favorite cafes.
July 03, 2011
Discarded Tires To Literally ‘Pave The Road’ In Green Project
A new "green" project in Israel intends to recycle the rubber from old tires, and use as many as 1,400 tires per kilometer of new paved highway. In a pilot trial, a 1.1 kilometer section of road was paved using an experimental mixture that included hundreds of recycled tires and a blend of asphalt.
March 13, 2011