Distressed by all the landfill her kids were generating, Daphna Nissenbaum invented a packaging material you can put in the compost heap.
Amiad’s filtration and treatment technologies bring clean water to industries, households and farms in 70 countries.
It’s weird, but it works: Award-winning Israeli research uses blood, milk and mucus proteins to build next-generation technology.
New partnership is ‘smartening up’ Sonoma County’s water system to help reduce California water usage by 20 percent by 2020.
“Clean” isn’t always as clean as you think. While the chemicals in cleaning solutions and water purification systems do away with germs, they dirty the environment and aren’t healthy for humans. An Israeli company is offering an alternative: an ozone-based …
What could be simpler than generating electricity for municipal water monitoring systems from the flow of the water itself? That’s the breakthrough idea of Israel’s HydroSpin.