Tuesday, 19 June 2018 09:58 GMT

Saudi Babel Tower invents water-saving technology

(MENAFN) Babel Tower, a Saudi-based company, has implemented a new technology that will help saving 15 to 20 percent of water consumption, according to Arab News

Babel Tower CEO Martin Keller said: "The result so far of the technology implementation for agriculture use in the Saudi capital is encouraging and we urge the public and the private sectors to adopt it as a water saving solution in agriculture. The cost of acquiring the new water technology is competitive.

The announcement was revealed during a seminar held in Saudi and hosted by German Ambassador Dieter W. Haller

Keller said: "We determine how much water drawn from underground is going through the companies' plants. We measure how much water goes into each plant and we calibrate it. Through the computer, we get the data, including the amount of water saved because of the new technology.

Saudi Babel Tower invents water-saving technology

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