Middle East Water Forum

Founder: Dr. Hazim El-Naser
Interact Water Post
By undefined | Categories: Water Articles | 5th July 2020 | Edit | Delete
The legislative norms for treated wastewater discharge in terms of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) concentrations are becoming increasingly stringent in the EU region. Compliance with the consent valu… More
By dr-hazim-el-naser-1 | Categories: Water Articles | 17th June 2020
Comments and Elaborations by Dr Hazim El-Naser, Chairman of the Middle east water Forum More
Yes that is a great webinar, i have seen the video
Thanks for the great work, I also watched the video and like it
All the best for you speaker, great work, only hope if there was some translation in Arabic as a summary.
Thank you, it is a wonderful event. Hope to see more webinars from you again
Thank you for the great talk. I also watched the video and enjoyed the discussion. Please more discussion is needed
Looking for new webinar, it is really so useful to see live discussion
By Brightwork | Categories: Water Articles | 11th June 2020
“Speed is of the essence”, with that motto in mind, BW Products rapidly provides a continuous sand filter in Wales. Within a few weeks this filter installation will be in operation by… More
Would be good, if you can post a proper technical article so we can share it with all registered member of MEWF 2000+
Is there any demonstration of technology. I mean a real case scenario with results
Thank you for sharing, indeed good sand filters are so important over here. Hope to see more demonstration of the technology
Thank you for sharing, indeed good sand filters are so important over here. Hope to see more demonstration of the technology
@dr-hazim-el-naser-1. Yes, sure we can!
To which email adres can I send it?
On the website https://bwproducts.nl/ and https://sand-cycle.com/ you can found more demonstration about the technology.
Farah Al-Massri
Thanks for sharing such new technology, I believe we need it over here
By ghaleb-akari-1 | Categories: Water Articles | 10th June 2020
My name is Ghaleb Akari and I am a doctoral candidate in the International Development Program- Political Science and Global Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi - USA.  Fo… More
I encourage MEWF members to participate in this survey so we can help Mr Akari to get the best results out of his research.
thanks for sharring
By dr-hazim-el-naser-1 | Categories: Water Articles | 5th June 2020
Palestine is not short on water - just the right to use it More
Great article, and respective minister.
The water made available to us in Gaza is not even fit for human consumption, That is so sad god bless Palestine
oh Palestine it has been abandoned but this is temporary. I hope things will be better soon.
Nice article: the bottom line is that the occupation is the cause of water issue
Yes, Palestine is not short of water or anything but it is the occupation. This is a good article indeed
This MEWF is a wonderful platform I hope they keeping the nice work...
Agree, great article, thanks for sharing
Thanks Dr. Shaddad, great work, wish you all the best
Indeed, great article, Dr. Shaddad keep going one
Since there is an agreement between Jordan, Israel, and Palestine, then we should focus on that and raise this issue up everywhere and let the world hear us
Thanks for sharing, yes if we stand together as a group then we can make an impact, water issue in Palestine is a serious matter.
Thank you Dr. Shaddad for the nice article. The Israeli confiscation and control of Palestinian water resources is a defining feature of the Israeli occupation. I hope for peace for all parties ....
Yes, we should do something about that. Palestinian should have the right to control their water rescues
This is the truth that we need to hear. Thank you Dr. Shaddad
Great Article.
By undefined | Categories: Water Articles | 31st May 2020 | Edit | Delete
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted major reflection and attention on the global food system. While the science is currently uncertain, the pandemic may have arisen from an animal source in wet ma… More
Helpful article
thank you
By undefined | Categories: Water Articles | 24th May 2020 | Edit | Delete
When attempting to solve a Rubik’s cube most people pick a colour and complete one face of the cube before moving on to the next. While this approach is fun, it is ultimately doomed to fail, bec… More
By undefined | Categories: Water Articles | 18th May 2020 | Edit | Delete
The West Asia and North Africa (WANA) region covers 10% of the world’s area and are home to 6% of the world’s population (507.6 million people) but receive less than 2% of the world’… More
A great article, especially in light of the water crisis that the Arab world is going through.
For these reasons, His Excellency Dr. Hazem Al Nasser was interested in developing sewage plants to improve the quality of water after treatment and use for agricultural purposes.
Sound thinking in the right direction
Thanks for sharing such nice article
By undefined | Categories: Water Articles | 10th May 2020 | Edit | Delete
The challenge of water security is growing globally. Achieving and sustaining water security, in both developed and developing countries, is likely to increase in complexity and priority as climate ch… More
Thank you, great article
By george-assad | Categories: Water Articles | 4th May 2020
Water is the lifeblood of humanity and for sustaining human and all life forms.  Water has been too long ignored by many, but it must no longer be.  Middle East has many complicated issues t… More
Thank you for sharing this nice article.
Yes water and health is number 1 priority and we are facing a lot of issues in both in the middle east
Thanks for the nice article