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Reservoirs

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    Mekorot implements state-of the-art technological solutions and cutting-edge processes that succeeded in maximizing the utilization of Israel’s water resources. The systems include a national network of fully-automated control centres. These centres ensure the continuous functioning of Mekorot’s 3000 water installations including wells pumping stations treatment facilities reservoirs and pipelines. Advanced communications devices provide online real-time information about water quality and water supply while allowing remote control of vital systems.

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    The invention is directed to a system for supplying an internal combustion engine with fuel which includes the following functional components: a tank; a fuel pump; a metering device for metering fuel to the intake air; a feed line for conducting fuel from the fuel pump to the metering device; a reservoir which is so configured and mounted that fuel can be pumped therefrom to the metering device and which is not filled when tanking the tank and which can be again filled from the tank; and a control unit for driving the fuel pump and the metering device.

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    Background: Carbon capture is a promising approach for the removal of excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in an attempt to prevent and reverse climate change. Current approaches toward capturing carbon are focused on the point of production specifically industrial and energy settings. However these methods consume high levels of energy while ignoring the other major sources of atmospheric carbon dioxide. This technology utilizes a granular sorbent material for binding atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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    Background: In the midst of declining fossil fuel reserves and a great expansion of natural gas production increased efforts has been expended in seeking to commercialize the conversion of natural gas into chemical feedstocks and fuels as an alternative to petroleum. Many methods to convert methane to ethylene have been developed. Researchers at the University of California Davis have developed novel methods using Escherichia coli as a biocatalyst to convert ethylene to acetyl-CoA and ultimately n-butanol which is a potential fuel substitute and an important C4 chemical feedstock.

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    General description EN GIBTON’S ClayMix is based on proprietary patented technology of Micelle-Clay and Organo- Clay complexes mixed with Sand- Clay creating multi-layer granular media mixtures. Anionic neutral and same cationic dissolved contaminant molecules are adsorbed into the complexes and removed from .water during filtration or settling processes. ClayMix treatment systems appear as two market products: adsorption-filtration system and adsorptionsettling system.

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    Admir Technologies offers a range of geosynthetic products for geotechnical solutions in a broad variety of civil engineering applications. Admir Technologies has 20 years experience in successfully adapting geosynthetic products to engineering projects such as constructing roads embankments and retaining walls lining reservoirs and waste landfills stabilizing slopes and designing drainage solutions. Following are some of the technologies and products offered by Admir Technologies.

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    The company is involved in establishment and maintenance of water reservoirs drilled water wells water from springs and water systems (pipelines and pumping stations) control systems operating from a distance/remotely controlled systems. Various projects executed by the company are as follows: 1. Establishing 14 flood and stream reservoirs 2. 4 deep wells 3. Maintaining approximately 8000 hectares cultivated area (for various agricultural growers/farmers) 4. Supplying 35 mcm annually 5. Establishing wastewater system and supplying sewage system services

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    The company has been involved in flowing infrastructures covering a wide range of their various aspects: Reclaiming effluents for irrigation supplying fresh water removal and treatment of wastewater urban and agricultural drainage storing runoff water and waste water in reservoirs.

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    This system is a high efficient effluent treatment by using ozone pre-treatment process. The facility called NAC is comprised of 1) ozone supply device 2) reactor for oxidative decomposition of effluent and 3) floating separator to remove the residue from treated clean water. NAC system can be utilized for especially algae floating (water bloom) treatment in the lake river or dam reservoir. Dissolved ozone in the polluted water decomposes these algae and decomposition wastes are collected and removed outside lake river or dam reservoir.