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Water companies merge

Israeli wastewater treatment company Emefcy (eight previous articles) is to merge with RWL Water, which is controlled by World Jewish Congress President Ron Lauder.  The new company, renamed Fluency, will accelerate Emefcy’s operations in China and other key markets. http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-emefcy-merges-with-lauders-rwl-water-1001187603

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Sewage treatment for Ethiopia

Israel’s Emefcy is to build an innovative sewage plant to serve an area of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. The plant will use Emefcy’s Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor to generate recycled water for irrigating the neighborhood’s landscape. It is Emefcy’s … Continue reading

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What’s new at WATEC

Israel’s international water conference and exhibition kicked off by focusing on new technologies from Israeli startups. These included Emefcy’s unique SABRE (Spiral Aerobic Biofilm Reactor) solution for wastewater treatment and the leak detection innovations from both Aqua-Rimat and Triple+. http://israelnewtech.com/2015/10/watec-innovation-pavillion-showcases-new-technologies-and-trends/ … Continue reading

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The water will flow from Jerusalem

A delegation from California governor Jerry Brown came to Jerusalem Institute’s Milken Financial Innovations Lab to learn how best to alleviate California’s severe drought. They heard from Israeli water companies Arad, Ayyeka, Emefcy, Miya, Netafim, RealiteQ, and Takadu and others. … Continue reading

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Wastewater award-winner

Israel wastewater treatment company Emefcy won the prestigious award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Development at CleanEquity Monaco 2015. Emefcy’s CEO and founder Eytan Levy received the award from Monaco’s Prince Albert II. http://israelnewtech.com/2015/03/1835/

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Removing nitrogen from water

Israeli wastewater treatment company Emefcy has developed the revolutionary modular Spiral Aerobic Biofilm Reactor (SABRE).  The permeable membranes remove nitrogen using 80% less energy, providing a low cost solution for small wastewater plants.” http://israelnewtech.com/2014/09/emefcy-presents-sabre-revolutionary-product-wastewater-treatment/ http://www.emefcy.com/product.php?ID=47   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2pokUqJ07s

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Israeli company wins Global award

Israeli wastewater treatment company Emefcy was named Early Stage Company of the Year at the Global Cleantech 100 Summit and Gala held in Washington, DC. Seven Israeli companies were included in the Top 100 – the only Middle East country … Continue reading

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Sewage-eating bacteria get bigger

Apologies if you’re reading this whilst eating. More funds are pouring into Israel’s Emefcy Ltd, which is building a fuel cell that uses bacteria to break down waste in water. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-08-15/israel-s-sewage-eating-bacteria-lure-ge-cash-to-cut-energy-costs.html

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Energy from sewage

No puns with this one. Another General Electric story, as its Technology Venture Capital fund makes its first non-US investment – into Israel’s “bio-energy from wastewater” company Emefcy. http://www.jpost.com/Sci-Tech/Article.aspx?id=227037

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