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Haryana has Sought the help of an Israel for rehabilitation of 8,000 Ponds

At the insistence of Haryana Chief Minister (CM), Manohar Lal Khattar, Haryana has sought the help of an Israel-based company for rehabilitation of 8,000 ponds in villages of the state.

Tahal Group of Israel, which has expertise in diverse fields, including waste-water management, micro-irrigation and infrastructure, has agreed to send a team of experts to Haryana soon to help find solutions to such issues as rehabilitation of 8,000 ponds in villages, which are overflowing, waste-water recycling and its use for irrigation after treatment.

Tahal has been working in India for more than 20 years. Totally managed by Indians, Tahal in India works on projects related to climate change, food security, clean water, clean energy and sustainable development and is offering consultancy on many projects.

The offer came during the detailed talks the CM had with the CEO and other top officials of Tahal Group which he visited in Tel Aviv. A pioneer company in the field of waste water management, micro-irrigation and infrastructure, Tahal Group also has its headquarters in Gurugram, and is executing mega projects across India.

The group is already offering consultancy on a drinking water project in Jharkhand; drinking water pipeline project in Karnataka; lift irrigation project in MP; drinking water project in Bengaluru and gas pipeline project from Rajasthan to Panipat.

Tahal Group of Israel – which has expertise in diverse fields, including waste water management, micro-irrigation and infrastructure – has agreed to send a team of experts to the state soon to help find solutions to such issues as rehabilitation of ponds in villages which are overflowing, waste water recycling and its use for irrigation after treatment.

Tahal experts will visit various departments and also guide the Haryana Government on master planning for water management. Bullish on India, Tahal Group is a leading global provider of sustainable infrastructure development projects in developing countries worldwide.

Leveraging proven international experience, expert know-how and extensive industry partnerships, it also deals in water resource management, waste water treatment, integrated agriculture development, solid waste management and natural gas and implements cost effective solutions that meet and exceed client requirements.

Tahal only collaborates with governments. Set up in 1952, it has successfully implemented hundreds of projects for Governments, municipalities, public organizations and private corporations in over 60 countries worldwide.

 

Chander Mohan

Krishi Jagran/New Delhi



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