Israel’s Cabinet approved a $30 million plan to deal with the country’s drought problem.
The plan would for the first time pump desalinated water directly into the Kinneret. The plan also will rehabilitate seven streams in northern Israel.
“Usually we pump water from the Kinneret and bring to various parts of the country. Here we are bringing desalinated water to the Kinneret because as we desalinate water on the coast in the water it goes to waste because there is no use for it. Now we are turning the Kinneret into a reservoir for desalinated water,” he added.
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