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ISO committee advances water recycling for agriculture and other purposes

I recently returned from beautiful Vancouver, Canada, where I participated in several working groups belonging to the International Standard Organization’s Technical Committee for Water Re-use (ISO/TC 282), which I chair. The committee aims to create standards for water reuse in agricultural, industrial and municipal settings. With limited new water sources worldwide, water reuse offers great potential in the pursuit of effective global water conservation. On the economic level, it relieves potable water demand, ensures a reliable water supply, and is … Full article click here >>

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Talking in Tokyo

By: Naty Barak- Netafim Chief Sustainability Officer I was in Tokyo recently for the inaugural meeting of the ISO 282 technical working committee. The team is made up of Engineers and Technicians and I was honored to have been elected Chairman. Our brief is to build standards for the re-use of wastewater. This includes: its use in agriculture, the urban environment as well as evaluation and monitoring. Today, natural resources are coming under increasing stress, and the world is facing … Full article click here >>

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