15 October 2018 - 7 Heshvan 5779 - ז' חשון ה' אלפים תשע"ט
Israeli technology to help clean India’s Yamuna River E-mail

India’s government announced in February that it will employ Israeli technology to clean up the Yamuna river, a tributary of the Ganges in northern India.

Ayala Water and Ecology Ltd will focus on a stretch of eight kilometres of sewage that drains into the river as an initial step towards cleaner water and a cleaner environment.

Commenting on the joint partnership in Delhi, Daniel Carmon, Israel’s Ambassador to India, said: “I commend the Israeli company Ayala Water & Ecology on their work in India. Addressing the challenges of water and environment is a challenge both India and Israel share. I am proud to see this partnership in action.”

“As we celebrate 25 years of growing partnership, we are glad that Israeli technology is integrated in government initiatives for the benefit of the Indian citizen. This is another example of the multifaceted partnership between India and Israel,” he added.

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