AVK products installed in water utilisation project in the Negev desert, saving resources and expanding local farming possibilities
In Israel, the water resources are limited and several of the farmers around the Negev desert have been forced to let their fields dry out due to a lack of water resources. This has affected the local standard of living and Israel has been forced to think in alternative solutions. One solution has been water-saving technologies, where wastewater is utilised for irrigation of crops.
AVK participated in the project in the Negev desert, where the Aryeh Pools were established. It was a project characterised by a "no compromise" approach to quality, and AVK delivered gate valves and butterfly valves.
Harvesting the advantages of reuse
The Aryeh Pools is a water system consisting of three pools that clean and recycle wastewater from the main town in Negev, Beersheva. When the water has been cleaned, it is very close to having the qualities of drinking water and can thus be used for irrigation of various crops. The farmers are now able to take advantage of the barren areas again and to expand their farms. Where they previously were only allowed to grow animal feed and cotton due to the water quality, the farmers can now also grow crops such as potatoes, carrots, lemons, almonds etc.
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