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New Israeli stamps

New Israeli stamps issued in July include features on the Ketubah (marriage contract), cycling in Israel, tourism, the Hiriya (Ariel Sharon) recycling park and IAF planes. https://jr.co.il/stamps/index-2019.html

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Tackling plastic pollution

Good video on Israeli technology designed to reduce the impact of plastic garbage. It features TIPA, UBQ, Ben Gurion University research, Sodastream, Hiriya’s Refuse Derived Fuel plant and Haifa University’s Jellyfish project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcYtoXg8ZvY Use www.IsraelActive.com to search for them in … Continue reading

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From garbage dump to energy resource

I’ve reported previously (four times) on Israel’s Hiriya garbage dump that is now an environmental park.  Hiriya’s Refuge Derived Fuel (RDF) plant has just been launched, processing 1,500 tons of waste every day, to produce energy for the nearby Nesher … Continue reading

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Half of Tel Aviv’s garbage to be turned into fuel

When complete, the Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) plant at the Hiriya Recycling Park will transform 1500 tons of waste into usable fuel every day. The “green” fuel will power the kilns at Nesher’s cement works in a method that does … Continue reading

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A bridge too far-out!

Each year, the world dumps 800,000 aging maritime shipping containers. Israel is building the first ever bridge from recycled containers, to link the Ariel Sharon Environment Park at Hiriya with the main thoroughfare leading to Tel Aviv. The bridge even … Continue reading

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Israeli film wins UN competition

“The Hiriya Project: A Mountain of Change” won first place in the Clean Development Mechanism Changing Lives Photo and Video Contest 2011, which was part of this year’s United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) currently taking place in … Continue reading

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From garbage tip to environmental park

The Hiriya landfill site that used to be such an eyesore to motorists has become Ariel Sharon Park and a top tourist destination during the holiday of Tabernacles. http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=240571

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