about 239 MCM or 28% from surface water (of which 50 MCM comes from Israel under the 1994 peace treaty agreement) and about 433 MCM or 51% from renewable groundwater. The remaining amount comes from non-renewable aquifer (fossil) groundwater (about 75 MCM or 9%) and treated wastewater (about 102 MCM or 12%).
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The catchment of the Dead Sea covers approximately 42,000km2, stretching from southern Lebanon to the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt (see map below, the area bordered in white). All rainfall in this area that is not evaporated or extracted for use elsewhere accumulates in the Dead Sea, a low-lying saline lake. Because the catchment of the […]
Program Official Invite List Register for Event On 7 October, Fanack Water welcomes you at the [Peace Palace] in The Hague. The programme runs from 1 until 2. 12.00 registration and short lunch 12.30 welcome by Dr. A.C.A. Dake, founder of Fanack 01.00 opening by Minister xxxx 01.30 keynote speech by HE Dr El-Naser 02.30 […]