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Parched Sea of Galilee to be replenished with desalinated water

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(Worthy News) - With the Sea of Galilee dropping to dangerously low levels, Israel’s Water Authority will begin pumping desalinated water into the freshwater lake, Hadashot TV news reported Monday.

As Israel appears poised to face a fifth year of lackluster precipitation, the Water Authority has begun work to replenish the northern lake responsible for providing about 25 percent of the nation’s potable water.

The Sea of Galilee’s low water levels have caused rising salinity in the reservoir and are harming the quality of the water. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More...) ]

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