Mei Eden The mineral water company has received official approval from the Ministry of Health to use the land drill of the national water company "Mekorot", which allows it to refill bottles and water according to demand. The Salukia spring in the north of the country, which the company used until last week, has been shut down and there is no permission to use it due to the fear of various infections. The permit granted to Mei Eden is for six months, but the company plans to move to the land drilling on a regular basis.
In the first stage, Eden Water will complete the lack of supply; At the same time, it is planning two land-based drilling with Mekorot to use it regularly. The land drilling it currently uses is called "Mei Eden 1", and has existed for a decade and more, and its name was given to it regardless of the company's name, despite its geographical proximity to the Salukya spring.
Yariv Shapira, CEO of Mei Eden, said: "Mey Eden is the pioneer of mineral water in Israel. Over the years, the company has made sure to provide its customers with quality, healthy and safe drinking products. In this transition we assure our loyal customers that the quality and taste of the water will be preserved and that we will continue to produce products of the highest quality in the world. He stressed that the solution decided by the company combines the interests of nature with consumer customers. "We will draw water from the source of 'Eden I' from the bottom of the earth in a way that will ensure their quality and taste, and the waters of the Salukya spring will be diverted to nature for the benefit of the living, the plant and the human."
At the same time, subject to the approval of the Water Authority, water will also begin to flow to the streams of Leviathan and Meshushim in order to begin their rinsing. Five years of drought have dried the water sources there, which is the accumulation of pollutants in the area.