November 11, 2014 Shomera’s greywater recycling system receives “authorization in principle to operate” by the Ministry of Health
January 29, 2014 ,“Canadian Minister Dedicates New Greywater Recycling Initiative in Israel”
The Honorable Jason T. Kenney, Canada’s Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Multiculturalism, was speaking on Wednesday, January 22, at a ceremony dedicating a first-of-its kind greywater recycling pilot project in the city of Raanana….The pilot, which is an initiative of the Israeli NGO Shomera for a Better Environment, was the selected project of the KKL-JNF London, Canada Negev Dinner in 2012 for the full article in the KKL-JNF website
From right to left: Yehuda Olander, Honourable Jason T. Kenney, Miriam Garmaise, Perry Nativ, Zeev Kedem, Michele Kaplan-Green, Batya Alfassi, Amos Seri-Levi, Adv. Zohar Eliezri. Photography: Liran Shemesh
November 21, 2012, Shomera’s pilot enters the field
June 24, 2012, JNF London Negev Dinner 2012
Shomera for a Better Environment’s “Greywater Recycling Initiative” was the selected project of the JNF-KKL London Negev Dinner 2012, held in tribute to the Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism of Canada. In a film featured at the event,click here.
October 26, 2011, “Doing More WIth Less’
Shomera is a finalist in the Ashoka Israel -Ministry of Environment- Green Environment Fund competition “Doing More With Less”. To view profile (in Hebrew) click here
June 29, 2010, Shomera for A Better Environment received the International Exhibition of Cleantech 2010 Award for Excellence The award was granted for the “Greywater Recycling Initiative”, an innovative, cross-sector collaboration of academia, government, business and third sector, aimed at making greywater recycling a reality in Israel’s urban areas.
June 29, 2010, Shomera for A Better Environment received the International Exhibition of Cleantech 2010 Award for Excellence
The award was granted for the “Greywater Recycling Initiative”, an innovative, cross-sector collaboration of academia, government, business and third sector, aimed at making greywater recycling a reality in Israel’s urban areas.”>Your text to link… Miriam Garmaise, Shomera ‘s executive director, Dr. Mike Adel, expert on greywater recycling and Yehuda Olander, manager of the Environmental Quality Unit of the Sharon Region, speak about the importance of integrating greywater recycling systems in Israel.
April 4 2010, “Yarok Ba’Eynayim” Convention: Greywater Recycling: from Theory to Practice
Purpose of the convention: Discussion of the different aspects related to educated use of greywater in various sectors. Shomera participated in the experts’ panel that concluded the convention.
Spring 2010 ,“The Israeli Water Environmental Policy Document” A publication of the Water Coalition of the Environmental Movement. The chapter “Greywater Recycling in Israel” was written by Shomera for a Better Environment with Dr. Eran Friedler and Elan Katz, in collaboration with Megama Yeruka
Ford Conservation and Environmental Grants Program for 2009 – First Category award
May 27 2009, Jerusalem Convention for Environment and Nature
The convention focused on the need to consolidate a new outlook on the use of water and the management of the water industry in Israel, with an emphasis on environmental issues. During the convention some major issues that are currently under professional and public debate were raised.
Shomera participated in the project panel and introduced its Greywater Recycling Initiative to the public for the first time.