Tag: BlueGreen Water Technologies

[BlueGreen Water Technologies in South African Jewish Report] Israeli company brings SA dam back to life

“BlueGreen is committed to making water safe,” says Eyal Harel, the chief executive and co-founder of the company. “We undertook this project pro-bono, knowing it was the only chance for this community to access clean drinking water, enjoy Setumo Dam as a safe water source, and unleash its potential for recreational purposes. We wish to empower local authorities to reclaim their water sources and advance the health and livelihood of their communities. Read more...

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Newsletter: NASA helps farmers + Quantum takes off

Startup of the Week: Shield Backing Israel’s $375M bet on quantum Space: The new frontier for improved crop harvest SaNOtize anti-Covid spray starts production in Israel Ravin raises $15M and partners with KAR Global BlueGreen steps up to save South Africa’s drinking water InSightec in clinical trial for brain cancer therapy Innoviz brings auto giants closer to self-driving cars Startup of the Week: Shield: Vital RegTech for financial institutions Banks worldwide paid more than $15B in fines in 2020 for breaching financial regulations. “But these regulatory fines – they’re an enormous driver for banks,” Ellison Anne Williams, CEO and founder of Enveil, tells FinTech Futures. “The reputational damage that can come from a fine is significant. In some cases, it can wipe out shareholder value,” says Rachel Woolley, global director of Financial Crime at Fenergo. One of those fines was an enormous $4.5M demand issued to Citigroup by a US regulator related to the deletion of 2.77 million audio files that included trader conversation recordings. The new frontier in regulatory compliance is monitoring employee communications, which remains an unsolved problem...

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[BlueGreen Water Technologies in CTech] Israel’s BlueGreen Water deployed in South Africa to improve drinking water

Israel water tech company BlueGreen Water Technologies has started implementing its algae treatment solution at Setumo Dam, located on the Molopo River in North West South Africa. The procedure, which started earlier this month, is in collaboration with Sedibeng Water, the local company overseen by the government’s Department of Water and Sanitation. Read more...

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