Israeli company eager to solve Texas’ water woes with desalination

by Michael Theis
January 27, 2015

A well-established Israeli water treatment company has opened its first U.S. office in Austin with plans to market its desalination services to water utilities in Texas and across the nation. The company, Kadima, Israel-based IDE Technologies Inc., has brought on Mark Ellison – who most recently served as former Gov. Rick Perry‘s manager of strategic water initiatives in the Texas economic development office – to establish the company’s presence here. Ellison makes no bones about it: The reason IDE is expanding here is because Texas’ water infrastructure faces serious challenges to meet the needs of the Lone Star State’s booming population. READ MORE

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