The Israeli city of Breslov is planning to offer customers water bottles that are designed to refill in minutes.
The water wheel is one of several innovations being considered to solve water scarcity problems.
The Breslov water wheel, designed by Israeli startup Waterwheel, can be used to refill water bottles within a few seconds and it’s expected to be available for purchase by the end of 2020.
The company hopes to launch the system in the first half of 2021, but it isn’t the only one being developed in the country.
Israel is planning a national water wheel in 2021, and a similar system in Breslav is being considered as well.
The Israeli startup hopes to make water wheel refillable with plastic bottles, which is a major advantage compared to traditional bottle refillable water containers.
The product is made from recycled glass bottles, and the water wheel has been designed to provide a continuous flow of water, said Waterwheel CEO Avigdor Regan.
Waterwheel’s solution will be made from plastic bottles which is easier to recycle.
Water wheels in Israel currently sell for between $5 and $15, depending on the size of the bottle.
The product will be sold at the Bresliv market in Bremen, and is expected to go on sale by the beginning of the first quarter of 2021.
“This new product is designed to solve a problem that has been plaguing the country for decades: the scarcity of water,” Regan told the Times of Israel newspaper.
Water wheel has already proven its potential.
In 2016, Israel reported its first annual drought, which was due to the depletion of water resources in the state.
The water wheel was able to help the state mitigate the drought.
A total of 7,700 people were affected by the drought, and more than 1,500 were killed.
A year later, the state’s population has risen by nearly 6 million, according to the latest census data.
WaterWheel is the latest Israeli startup to come up with innovative solutions to water scarcity issues.
In 2017, it launched a solar water storage system, which has been in use for the past two years.
The system collects solar energy from the sun, which can then be converted into drinking water.
In 2017, Israeli startup The Green Economy launched a free water wheel for residents in Tel Aviv.
The wheel provides drinking water for 30 minutes and then allows users to refill their water bottle without having to refill it again.
Israel is currently in the midst of a water crisis, with the country suffering from a water shortage of more than 2,700 cubic meters per day, according the World Health Organization.
Water is a precious resource in the Israeli agricultural sector, which consumes 70 percent of the country’s water supply, according Toiv Ne’eman, the director of the Bremish Water Conservation Center.
In addition to water conservation, Israel also has the largest natural salt reserves in the world, which are used for making salt, fertilizer and other products.