Gregory Shtelman | Project Manager | November 19, 2019
Sustainable, eco-friendly and cost-effective desalination doesn’t begin and end with technological advancement. Its scope needs to stretch beyond traditional limits for it to offer a genuinely comprehensive solution in a reality of increasing uncertainty regarding climate and natural resources. Let’s take a look at the ecological and economic significance of pairing eco-friendly desalination with renewable energy resources & responsible effluent management, that together ensure a truly sustainable water future.Read more
Roi Zaken Porat | Project Manager, IDE Technologies | September 9, 2019
Efficient wastewater management and disposal is the cornerstone of sustainable development. With increasingly stringent regulations on the discharge of effluents to the sea, surface water bodies and deep well injection, Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) provides a complete closed loop cycle where effluents are recycled and reused, discharge is eliminated and environmental regulations are complied with in full.Read more
Dr. Boris Liberman | CTO and Vice President, IDE Technologies | August 28, 2019
Alexander Zarchin (1897-1988) was a Ukrainian-born Israeli engineer and passionate inventor, with many remarkable developments in chemistry and physics under his wing. After emigrating from Russia to Israel in 1947, he became one of the pioneers of seawater desalination in Israel, and was also the inventor of Vacuum Freezing Vapor Compression - or VFVC - a freeze desalination method for seawater (read more about “The Zarchin Process” below).Read more
Tomer Efrat | Director, Business Development & Product Management | July 10, 2019
MAXH2O DESALTER implementation in brackish water reverse osmosis desalination plants can push brine recovery up to 98%
MAXH2O DESALTER, IDE’s brine treatment technology, aims to significantly reduce brine reject from both brackish water desalination plants and industrial effluents, while ensuring a more durable and efficient process.Read more
Alex Drak Ph.D. | Senior Process Engineer, IDE Technologies | July 1, 2019
Industrial advancements and population growth increase the need to generate water from available sources such as sea and brackish water.
Current technologies available today for water production / desalination can be divided into two major categories - membrane technology, primarily reverse osmosis (RO), and thermal technologies such as multiple effect distillation and mechanical vapor compression.Read more
Tomer Efrat | Director, Business Development & Product Management | June 23, 2019
What needs is the industry facing today?
According to Reuters, the world’s top mining companies have been recently warned that assets will be stranded and investors will walk away unless they deal with water scarcity in key mining regions such as Africa, Australia and Latin America.