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  כסלו 3, 5774 , 06/11/13

Israel’s Applied CleanTech to Clean Up Netherlands

An Israeli company called Applied CleanTech has signed an agreement to help clean up the Netherlands. CEO Dr. Refael Aharon stated, “we are delighted to start our first project in the Netherlands and we hope that after a successful trial period, our sewage mining technology will be installed across the Netherlands ensuring a greener, power efficient future for generations to come.”

Job Rosenhart, speaking for the NL Agency division of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs added, "we view this cooperation as strategic due to the cultural compatibility and complimentary needs and abilities of both peoples, and hope it would be the one of many such successful ventures between our two nations.”

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