Balasha-Jalon Infrastructure Systems Ltd. participates in leading and groundbreaking projects in Israel and abroad. In addition, the company serves as a consultant to water corporations, leading infrastructure projects in the country, local authorities, public institutions and all relevant planning bodies.
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Over 65 years In the field of planning Wet infrastructure
Professional consultancy to water authorities and infrastructure projects
Leading edge worldwide projects
Develops the design foundations of infrastructure design in Israel
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The Shafdan WWTP presently treats approximately 370,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day, contributed by the entire Dan (Grater Tel-Aviv) Region.
AYQ Line is a part of AY Line Project – It is a bi-directional Raising Main that conveys the sewage under pressure from Ayalon Sewage Pumping Station to the western Sewage Transmission Line of Dan Region (Q-Line) or vice versa depends on the demands. AY Line Project enables routing the sewage flow between the main […]
AYM is a part of AY Line Project – The third Main Transmission Line of Dan Region, that servs a population of 2,000,000. It is one of the two Raising Mains that are connected to Ayalon Sewage Pumping Station. AYM Line closes a “loop” between AY Main Transmission Line and The Main Eastern Transmission Line […]
The AY Line Project is IGUDAN’s primary sewage project. IGUDAN (Dan Region Union of Towns for Sewage) is in charge of Greater Tel Aviv Sewage Transmission lines to the sewage treatment plant and in charge of the “Shafdan” – Sewage Treatment Plant, serving a current population of 2.5 million people. Until the introduction […]
Mahanayim twin effluent reservoirs are located north to Rosh Pinna, fed with effluent of a near-by WWTP and supply it to agricultural plantations in the region..
This culvert drains the area of Ramataim neighborhood in Hod HaSharon, Israel.
The main rectangular culvert was built in 2006 by Hod HaSharon municipality.
The AY Lines sewage system is owned by the Dan Region Association of Towns (sewage), serving a population of 2.0 million from greater Tel-Aviv area.
Two pipe lines collect saline water from fountains located in the southern part of the Tiberias and the Hot Springs of Tiberias, and the third one transfers sewage water from the city of Tiberias
This hydroelectric power plant is located along the Samala` river, in the southwest region of Guatemala.
Upper Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Station is designed to take advantage of the difference in electricity prices (low tariff at night and high tariff at a day time).
This water center provides drinking water and firefighting supply to the city of Hadera with a population of 85,000.
Ayalon Pumping Station serves Dan region with a population of 1,500,000.
Abir Sewage Pumping Station serves the southern part of the city Netanya with population of 180,000.
This Sewage Pumping Station serves the city of Netanya having a population of 350,000.
Ra'anana SBR WWTP produces secondary effluent quality.
The Shafdan WWTP presently treats approximately 370,000 cubic meters of wastewater per day, contributed by the entire Dan (Greater Tel-Aviv) Region.
Migdal Haemeq WWTP is a part of the regional project for the reuse of effluent in the Izrael Valley.
Nebbi Musa Regional WWTP serves the municipalities of Jerusalem (its eastern part) as well as other smaller municipalities and communities with population equivalent of 150,000
Upper Tiberias WWTP serves part of the city of Tiberias and other near-by rural villages having population of 25,000.
Karmiel WWTP serves 13 municipalities with population of 210,000.
Haifa WWTP serves 11 municipalities with population of 800,000.
Ein Bokek WWTP serves all the hotels and the touristic facilities along the Dead Sea areas
This WWTP serves the city of Abuja, the Capital of the federal republic of Nigeria.
Bitanya WWTP serves several municipalities with population of 80,000.