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Case Study: Implementing a New Pipeline System in one of the World’s Oldest Cities

The Challenge

Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel, and it is located in the middle of the country. In addition to the large number of tourists visiting this historical city annually, Jerusalem also has a population of more than 900,000 people, and in 1994, the yearly drinking water consumption was approximately 60M cubic meters; 2,120 cubic

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Eli Paz

Eli Paz
Product Manager at Bermad Water Control Solutions. Previous experience includes managing the automation section at a national water works organization, development & application engineering and Chief Marketing Engineer at the Bermad Water Works Division.

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How Bermad designed, developed and delivered a turnkey water supply solution for the Dead Sea region.

The Dead Sea in Israel is a natural wonder which attracts thousands of tourists every year. It’s one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world — so much so that you can float in it, but you can’t drink from it. As the quality and quantity of potable water sources in the area keeps decreasing, the demand keeps increasing —both from the burgeoning hotel industry as well as from agriculture. The Tzafit regional reservoir facility, located some 60 kilometers from the main Dead Sea resort area with the Judea desert reserve in between, was proposed as an alternative potable water source for the region.

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