Phoenicia to decrease its carbon footprint thanks to Airovation

The new MOU will see Airovation's groundbreaking technology implemented into Phoenicia's plant to turn the factory’s CO2 emissions into raw materials

Glass making at the Phoenicia factory in Yeruham - Photo credit: YOAV WEISS

Israeli climatetech company Airovation Technologies has signed a memorandum of understanding with Phoenicia, the sole glass manufacturer in Israel, to transform its glass production process into a carbon-friendly operation.

The new MOU will see Airovation’s groundbreaking technology implemented into Phoenicia’s plant to turn the factory’s CO2 emissions into raw materials used in the glass making production process. By creating this circular economy, not only the carbon footprint of Phoenicia will be reduced but the company will also be less dependent on imports.

“By partnering with Israel’s only glass manufacturer, we have taken crucial steps to not only put our technology into action but also toward revolutionizing the glass industry in our home country,” Airovation Technologies co-founder and COO Gil Tomer said.