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  • Can Atmospheric Water Generation Help Solve The Global Water Crisis?

    5 Sep. 2019

    In areas where water, infrastructure, and resources are scarce, a natural and novel solution has emerged — arriving out of thin air, so to speak. It’s no secret that we’re running out of water. By 2025, two-thirds of the world will face drinking water

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  • African-American Leaders Say Thank You to Watergen for Helping Flint Michigan

    25 Jul. 2019

    While touring Israel this week, Grammy nominated artist Dr. Judith McAllister and Reverend Dr. Michael Stevens of University Church in Huntersville, North Carolina along with David Nekrutman, Executive Director for Ohr Torah Stone's Center for Jewish-Christian

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  • Exhibition addressing climate change opens at Tel Aviv Museum of Art

    23 Jul. 2019

    An exhibition that opened at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Thursday is one of the first of its kind to present global cities as tools for combating climate change. The temporary exhibition, Solar Guerrilla: Constructive Responses to Climate Change,

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  • NBC25 donates water generator to Flint church

    15 Jul. 2019

    FLINT, Mich. – NBC25 owner Armstrong Williams purchased and donated an atmospheric water generator to a Flint church. Williams was joined by Yehuda Kaploun, President of Watergen USA , for Wednesday’s announcement at Greater Flint Holy Temple, 6702

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  • Israeli Tech Makes Drinking Water From the Air

    14 Jul. 2019

    Watergen is a perfect example of brilliant Israeli technology changing the world. Originally designed to provide water for the Israel Defense Forces, Watergen is now a global success. Their innovative technology is not only assisting the world but adapting and

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  • Israeli tech supplies water to drought-stricken South Africa

    2 Jul. 2019

    "One major innovation in recent years has been the technology created by Watergen, which produces clean drinking water from the air, greatly aiding areas struck by disasters and water pollution. It is now being harnessed in the South African province of

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  • Israeli Technology Selected to Fight severe Drought in South Africa

    26 Jun. 2019

    An Israeli company that specializes in creating and manufacturing water treatment technology was chosen by World Vision South Africa to assist in implementing their system into communities suffering from severe droughts. By using the humidity in the

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  • South Africa looks to Israeli water tech to fight drought

    25 Jun. 2019

    Watergen, an Israel-based company that uses innovative technology to create clean drinking water from air, was chosen by World Vision South Africa to help launch a mobile water generation project for communities in the Eastern Cape. Like most of the

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    17 Jun. 2019

    The growing export-driven business saw Ford announce an R3-billion investment in both their Vehicle Assembly Plant in Silverton, Pretoria and the Engine Plant in Struandale, Port Elizabeth. Now able to produce 168 000 Rangers and Everests per year, it is a 44

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  • Water from air – Here’s how Ford, World Vision’s cool tech will help drought-stricken communities in SA

    16 Jun. 2019

    Drought-stricken communities in the Eastern Cape are set to benefit from an innovative mobile water generation project launched by World Vision South Africa, and funded by the Bill Ford Better World Challenge, the Ford Motor Company Fund and Ford Research and

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  • Israeli tech provides fresh water to 120 orphans in Uzbekistan

    23 May. 2019

    Watergen, an Israel-based company that creates clean water out of air, is now providing a source of fresh water for more than 120 children in an orphanage in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. Watergen produces an atmospheric water generator known as the GEN-350,

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  • Watergen provides Uzbekistan orphans with water from air

    23 May. 2019

    Watergen, an Israel-based company that creates clean water out of air, is now providing a source of freshwater for more than 120 children living in an orphanage in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. The GEN-350 atmospheric water generator can produce up to 900 liters of

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