ניתוח מקורות מים אלטרנטיביים כחלק מניהול בר-קיימא של מים במגזר העירוני

תהליכים המתרחשים בצנרת ביוב עירונית

מערכות אקסטנסיביות לטיפול בשפכים

תהליכים המשפיעים על איכות מים באגני  היקוות: הדמיה, ניטור וניהול


1994       DSc in Environmental Engineering. Department of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion. (Direct Doctorate Studies Course)

1986       BSc in Agricultural Sciences. Specialised in Soil and Water studies. Faculty of Agriculture, Hebrew University. CUM LAUDE.



2018- on       Professor, Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Technion

2010-18        Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Technion

2016-17        Visiting Professor, Shantou Univ., Guangdong Province, China

3-9.2013       Visiting Professor (sabbatical), Centre of Water Systems. College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter, UK

2001-2010    Senior lecturer, Faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Technion.

1998-2001    Adjunct lecturer, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion.

1999-2003    Adjunct lecturer, Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Management, Faculty of Social Sciences & Mathematics, Haifa University.

1998             Adjunct lecturer, The Centre for Environmental Studies, Western Galilee College.

1995-1996    Postdoctoral fellow (part time), Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Technion.

1993-1995    Postdoctoral fellow – Department of Civil Engineering, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, UK.

1988‑1993    Teaching assistant, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion.



2003-10        Member of the judges’ panel in the academic staff court for discipline.

2008-12        Academic Coordinator – Environmental Eng. course of studies (undergraduate)

2008-12        Head – Departmental teaching committee (undergraduate), Dept. of Env., Wat. & Agr. Eng.

2012-16        Senior Research Fellow – Samuel Neaman Inst. for Advanced Studies in Science & Technology. Coordinator of the Water Forum

2014-9.17     Associate Dean for Teaching and Undergraduate Studies, Fac. of Civ. & Env. Eng.

10.17- 3.18   Acting Head, Dept. of Env., Water & Agr. Eng., Fac. of Civ. & Env. Eng.

2017-18        Member, the judges’ panel in the students` court for discipline.

1.19-12.20    Member, the judges’ panel in the students` court of appeal

12.18-2.21    Head, Dept. of Env., Water & Agr. Eng., Fac. of Civ. & Env. Eng.

1.18-on         Member, the standing committee for academic studies




2008-2010    Member – International Water Quality Expert Group (protecting water quality) within the framework of IHP-VII – UNESCO IHP (International Hydrological Programme)

2000-2013    Member, Editorial Board of Environmental Technology.

2005-2014    Member, Editorial Board of Urban Water Journal.

2005- on       Member, Steering Committee of the WSUD (Water Sensitive Urban Design) working group, of the JCUD (Joint Committee of Urban Drainage) of IWA & IAHR.

2014- on       Associate Editor, Urban Water Journal.

2016- on       Member, Urban Storm Water Harvesting (USWH) group, JCUD (Joint Committee of Urban Drainage) of IWA & IAHR.

2017- on       Member, Editorial Board of Water.

2017             Special Issue Editor, “Development of Alternative Water Sources in the Urban Sector”, Water

2018-19        Special Collection Co-Editor “Onsite and Decentralized Wastewater Management Systems”, ASCE J. of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment


(Students appears in italics)


Friedler E., 1993. Mathematical model of wastewater stabilization reservoirs. DSc research thesis. Department of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion.


Refereed papers in professional journals

(Copies available upon request)

  1. Juanico M. and Friedler, 1994. Hydraulic age distribution in perfectly mixed non steady-state reactors. ASCE J. of Env. Eng., 120(6): 1427-1445.
  2. Butler D., Friedler, and Gatt K., 1995. Characterising the quantity & quality of domestic wastewater inflows. Wat. Sci. Tech., 31(7): 13-24.
  3. Friedler, Brown D. M. and Butler D., 1996. A study of WC derived sewer solids. Wat. Sci. Tech., 33(9): 17-24.
  4. Friedler and Butler D., 1996. Quantifying the inherent uncertainty in the quantity and quality of domestic wastewater. Wat. Sci. Tech., 33(2): 65-78.
  5. Friedler, Butler D. and Brown D. M., 1996. Domestic WC usage patterns. Building & Env., 31(4): 385-392.
  6. Friedler and Juanico M., 1996. Treatment and storage of wastewater for agricultural irrigation. Int. Wat. & Irrig. Rev., 16(4): 26-30.
  7. Green M., Friedler, Roskol Y. and Safrai I., 1997. Investigation of alternative method for nitrification in constructed wetlands. Wat. Sci. Tech., 35(5): 63-70.
  8. Green M., Friedler, and Safrai I., 1998. Enhancing nitrification in vertical flow constructed wetlands utilising a passive air pump. Wat. Res., 32(12): 3513-3520
  9. Almeida M. C., Butler D. and Friedler, 1999. At-source domestic wastewater quality. Urban Wat., 1: 49-55.
  10. Friedler, 1999. The Jeezrael Valley project for wastewater reclamation and reuse. Wat. Sci. Tech., 40(4-5): 347-354.
  11. Juanico M. and Friedler, 1999. Wastewater reuse for river recovery in semi-arid Israel. Wat. Sci. Tech., 40(4-5): 43-50.
  12. Friedler, 2001. Wastewater reuse – An integral part of water resources management: Israel as a case study. Wat. Policy, 3(1): 29-39.
  13. Friedler, Juanico M. and Shelef G., 2003. Simulation model of wastewater stabilization reservoirs. Ecol. Eng., 20(2): 121-145.
  14. Friedler, 2004. Quality of individual domestic greywater streams and its implication on on-site treatment and reuse possibilities. Env.. Tech., 25(9): 997-1008.
  15. Friedler, Galil N. I. and Kovalio R., 2005. On-site greywater treatment and reuse in multi-storey buildings. Wat. Sci. Tech., 51(10): 187-194.
  16. Friedler E. and Hadari M., 2006. Economic feasibility of on-site greywater reuse in multi storey buildings. Desalination, 190: 221-234.
  17. Friedler, Kovalio R. and Ben-Zvi A., 2006. Comparative study of the microbial quality of greywater treated by three on-site treatment systems. Env. Tech., 27(6): 653-663.
  18. Friedler and Lahav O., 2006. Centralised Urban Wastewater Reuse: What is the Public Attitude? Wat. Sci. Tech., 54(6-7): 423-430.
  19. Lahav O., Binder A. and Friedler, 2006. A different approach for predicting reaeration rates in gravity sewers and completely mixed tanks. Wat. Env. Res., 78(7): 730-739.
  20. Lahav O., Sagiv A. and Friedler, 2006. A different approach for predicting H2S(g) emission rates in gravity sewers. Wat. Res., 40: 259-266.
  21. Friedler E., Lahav O., Jizhaki H. and Lahav T., 2006. Study of urban population attitudes towards various wastewater reuse options: Israel as a case study. of Env. Manage., 81(4): 360-370.
  22. Friedler and Pisanty E., 2006. Effects of design flow and treatment level on construction and operation costs of municipal wastewater treatment plants and their implications on policy making. Wat. Res., 40(20): 3751-3758.
  23. Geller Y., Zimmerman R. and Friedler, 2007. Evaluation of the Hydraulic Performance of the Regional Sewer Network of the Greater Tel-Aviv Metropolitan Area (Israel). Wat. Practice & Tech., 2(2). (7 p. E-journal)
  24. Friedler, Katz I. and Dozorets C. G., 2008. Chlorination and coagulation as pretreatments for greywater desalination. Desalination, 222: 38-49
  25. Aizenchtadt E., Ingman D. and Friedler, 2008. Quality Control of Wastewater Treatment: A New Approach. Europ. J. of Operational Res., 189: 445-458
  26. Gilboa Y. and Friedler, 2008. UV disinfection of RBC treated light greywater effluent: kinetics, survival and regrowth of selected microorganisms. Wat. Res., 42(4-5): 1043-1050.
  27. Firrer D., Friedler and Lahav O., 2008. Control of sulfide in sewer systems by dosage of iron salts: comparison between theoretical and experimental results. Sci. of the Total Env., 392: 145-156.
  28. Friedler E., 2008. The water saving potential and the socio-economic feasibility of greywater reuse within the urban sector – Israel as a case study. J. of Env. Studies, 65(1): 57-69.
  29. Friedler, Shwartzman Z. and Ostfeld A., 2008. Assessment of the reliability of an on-site MBR system for greywater treatment and the associated aesthetic and health risks. Wat. Sci. Tech., 57(7): 1103-1110.
  30. Krasnits E., Friedler E., Sabbah , Beliavski M., Tarre S., Green M., 2009. Spatial distribution of microbial populations in a well-established constructed wetland treating municipal wastewater. Ecol. Eng., 35: 1085-1089.
  31. Opher T. Ostfeld A., Friedler, 2009. Modelling highway runoff pollutants levels using a Data Driven Model. Wat. Sci. Tech., 60(1): 19-28.
  32. Opher T., Friedler, 2009. A preliminary coupled MT-GA model for the prediction of highway runoff quality. Sci. Tot. Env., 407: 4490-4496.
  33. Aizenchtadt E., Ingman D., Friedler, 2009. Analysis of the long-term performance of an on-site greywater treatment plant using novel statistical approaches. Urban Wat. J., 6(5): 341-354.
  34. Gilboa Y., Friedler, Gal G., 2009. Adapting empirical equations to Lake Kinneret data by using three calibration methods. Ecol. Model., 220: 3291-3300.
  35. Friedler E., Gilboa Y., 2010. Performance of UV disinfection and the microbial quality of greywater effluent along a reuse system for toilet flushing. Tot. Env., 408(9): 2109-2117.
  36. Maimon A., Tal A., Friedler E., Gross A., 2010. Safe on-site reuse of greywater for irrigation – a critical review of current guidelines. Sci. Tech., 44: 3213-3220.
  37. Opher T., Friedler E., 2010. Factors affecting highway runoff quality. Urban Wat. J., 7(3): 155-172.
  38. Friedler E., Alfiya Y., 2010. Physicochemical treatment of office and public buildings greywater. Sci. Tech., 62(10): 2357-2363.
  39. Friedler E., Yardeni A., Gilboa Y., Alfiya Y., 2011. Disinfection of greywater effluent and regrowth potential of selected bacteria. Sci. Tech., 63(5): 931-940.
  40. Dinerman E., Dubowski Y., Friedler E., 2011. Fuel derived pollutants and boating activity patterns in the Sea of Galilee. Env. Manage., 92: 3002-3010.
  41. Opher T., Rom M., Kronaveter L., Friedler E., Ostfeld A., 2012. Some observations on biofouling prediction in pipelines using model trees and artificial neural networks versus logistic regression. Urban Wat. J., 9(1): 11-20.
  42. Alfiya Y., Damti O., Stoler-Katz A., Zoubi A., Shaviv A., Friedler E., 2012. Potential impacts of on-site greywater reuse in landscape irrigation. Sci. Tech., 65(4): 757-764.
  43. Penn R., Hadari M., Friedler E., 2012. Effects of greywater reuse on domestic wastewater quality and quantity. Urban Wat. J., 9(3): 137-148.
  44. Penn, Schütze M., Friedler E., 2013. Modelling the effects of on-site greywater reuse and low flush toilets on municipal sewer systems. J. Env. Manage., 114: 72-83.
  45. Olsson O., Khodorkovsky M., Gassmann M., Friedler E., Schneider M., Dubowski Y., 2013. Fate of pesticides and their transformation products: First Flush effects in a semi-arid catchment. CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water, 41(2): 134-142.
  46. Becker N., Friedler E., 2013. Integrated hydro-economic assessment of restoration of the Alexander-Zeimar River (Israel – Palestinian Authority). Regional Env. Change, 13: 103-114.
  47. Alfiya Y., Gross A., Sklarz M., Friedler E., 2013. Reliability of onsite greywater treatment systems in Mediterranean and arid environments – A case study. Sci. Tech., 67(6): 1389-1395.
  48. Zarchi I., Friedler E., Rebhun M., 2013. Polyaluminum chloride as an alternative to alum for the direct filtration of drinking water. Tech., 34(9): 1199-1209
  49. Penn R., Friedler E., Ostfeld A., 2013. Multi-objective evolutionary optimization for greywater reuse in municipal sewer systems. Res., 47: 5911-5920.
  50. Gassmann M., Khodorkovsky M., Friedler E., Dubowski Y., Olsson O., 2014. Uncertainty in the river export modelling of pesticides and transformation products Model. & Soft., 51: 35–44.
  51. Matos C., Friedler E., Monteiro A., Rodrigues A., Teixeira R., Bentes I., Varajão J., 2014. Academics perception towards various water reuse options: University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto-Douro – UTAD campus (Portugal) as a case study. Urban Wat. J., 11(4): 311-322.
  52. Penn R., Schuetze M., Friedler E., 2014. Assessment of the effects of greywater reuse on gross solids movement in sewer systems. Sci. Tech., 61(1): 99-105.
  53. Maimon A., Friedler E., Gross A., 2014. Parameters affecting greywater quality and its safety for reuse. Tot. Env., 487: 20-25.
  54. Oron G., Adel M., Agmon, V., Friedler E., Halperin R., Leshem E., Weinberg D., 2014. Greywater use in Israel and worldwide: standards and prospects. Res., 58: 92-101.
  55. Gross A., Alfiya Y., Maimon A., Friedler E., 2014. Environmental impact of irrigation with greywater treated by recirculating vertical flow constructed wetlands in two climatic regions. Sci. Tech., 69(12): 2452-2459.
  56. Gilboa Y., Gal G., Friedler E., 2014. Defining limits to multiple and simultaneous anthropogenic stressors in a lake ecosystem – Lake Kinneret as a case study. Model. & Soft.61: 424-432.
  57. Friedler E., Alfiya Y., Shaviv A., Gilboa Y., Harussi Y., Raize O., 2015. A continuous active monitoring approach to identify cross-connections between potable-water and effluent distribution systems. Env. Monitor. & Assess., 187(3).
  58. Morrison J., Friedler E., 2015. A critical review of methods used to obtain flow patterns and volumes of individual domestic water using appliances. Urban Wat. J., 12(4): 328-343.
  59. Blanky M., Rodriguez-Martinez S., Halpern M., Friedler E., 2015. Legionella pneumophila: from potable water to treated greywater: Quantification and removal during treatment. Tot. Env., 533: 557-565.
  60. Busgang A., Friedler E., Ovadia O., Gross, A., 2015. Epidemiological study for the assessment of health risks associated with greywater reuse for irrigation in arid regions. Tot. Env., 538: 230-239.
  61. Gilboa Y., Gal G., Markel D., Rimmer A., Evans B. M., Friedler E., 2015. Effect of land-use change scenarios on nutrients and TSS loads. Processes, 2: 593-607.
  62. Rodriguez-Martinez S., Blanky M., Friedler E., Halpern M., 2015. Legionella spp. isolation and quantification from greywater. MethodsX, 2:458-462.
  63. Rodriguez-Martinez S., Dekel A., Aizenberg-Gershtein Y., Gilboa Y., Sharaby Y., Halpern M., Friedler E., 2016. Characterization of biofilm bacterial communities in a vertical unsaturated-flow bioreactor treating domestic greywater. Processes, 3(2): 325-340.
  64. Gido B., Friedler E., Broday D., 2016. Liquid-desiccant vapor separation reduces the energy requirements of atmospheric moisture harvesting. Sci. Tech., 50(15): 8362-8367.
  65. Opher T., Friedler E., 2016. Reducing inventory data requirements for scenario representation in comparative LCA, demonstrated on the urban wastewater system. Urban Wat. J., 13(7): 759-772.
  66. Opher T., Friedler E., 2016. Comparative LCA of decentralized wastewater treatment alternatives for non-potable urban reuse. Env. Manage., 182: 464-476.
  67. Gido B., Friedler E., Broday D., 2016. Assessment of atmospheric moisture harvesting by direct cooling. Atmospheric Res., 182: 156-162.
  68. Muklada H., Gilboa Y., Friedler E., 2016. Stochastic modelling of the hydraulic performance of an onsite rainwater harvesting system in Mediterranean climate. Sci. Tech.: Wat. Supp., 16(6): 1614-1623.
  69. Campisano A., Butler D., Ward S., Burns M.J., Friedler E., DeBusk K., Fisher-Jeffes L.N., Ghisi E, Rahman A., Furumai H., Han M., 2017. Urban rainwater harvesting systems: research, implementation and future perspectives. Res., 115: 195–209.
  70. Penn R., Schütze M., Gorfine M., Friedler E., 2017. Simulation method for stochastically generating domestic wastewater discharge and the effect of greywater reuse on gross solids transport. Urban Wat. J., 14(8): 846-852.
  71. Penn R., Schütze M., Alex J., Friedler E., 2017. Impacts of onsite greywater reuse on wastewater systems. Sci. Tech., 75(8): 1862-1872.
  72. Song H., Alfiya Y., Dubowski Y., Friedler E., 2017. Sorption and biodegradation of propylparaben in greywater by aerobic attached – growth biomass. Tot. Env., 598: 925-930.
  73. Alfiya Y., Friedler E., Westphal J., Olsson O., Dubowski Y., 2017. Photodegradation of micropollutants using V-UV/UV-C processes; Triclosan as a model compound. Tot. Env., 601-602: 397-404.
  74. Blanky M., Sharaby Y., Rodríguez-Martínez S., Halpern M., Friedler E., 2017. Greywater reuse – Assessment of the health risk induced by Legionella pneumophila. Res., 125: 410-417.
  75. Friedler E., Gilboa Y., Muklada H., 2017. Quality of roof-harvested rainwater as a function of environmental and air pollution factors in a coastal Mediterranean city (Haifa, Israel). Water, 9(11. 896): 1-12.
  76. Busgang A., Friedler E., Gilboa Y., Gross A., 2018. Quantitative microbial risk analysis for various bacterial exposure scenarios involving greywater reuse for irrigation. Water, 10 (4,413): 1-15.
  77. Opher T., Shapira A., Friedler E., 2018. A Comparative social life cycle assessment of urban domestic water reuse alternatives. J. of LCA, 23(6): 1315-1330.
  78. Alfiya Y., Dubowski Y., Friedler E., 2018. Diurnal patterns of micropollutants concentrations in domestic greywater. Urban Water J., 15(5): 399-406.
  79. Penn R., Schütze M., Alex J., Friedler E., 2018. Tracking and simulation of gross solids transport in sewers. Urban Water J. 15(6): 584-591.
  80. Opher T., Friedler E., Shapira A., 2019. Comparative life cycle sustainability assessment of urban water reuse at various centralization scales. J. of LCA, 24(7): 1319-1332.
  81. Dubowski Y., Alfiya Y., Gilboa Y., Sabach S., Friedler E., 2020. Removal of organic micropollutants from biologically treated greywater using continuous-flow vacuum-UV/UVC photoreactor Sci. Poll. Res., 27: 7578-7587.
  82. Amos C.C., Rahman A., Gathenya J., Friedler E., Karim F., Renzaho A., 2020. Roof-harvested rainwater use in household agriculture: Contributions to the sustainable development goals. Water 12 (2, 332):1-21.
  83. Wu T., Song H., Wang J., Friedler E., 2020. Procedure and Tools for Comprehensive Evaluation of Sustainable Stormwater Management: A Review. Water 12 (5, 1231): 1-30.
  84. Bar Or I., Yaniv K., Shagan M., Ozer E., Erster O., Mendelson E., Mannasse B., Shirazi R., Kramarsky-Winter E., Nir O., Abu-Ali H., Ronen Z., Rinott E., Lewis Y. E., Friedler E., Paitan Y., Bitkover E., Berchenko Y., Kushmaro A., 2020. Regressing SARS-CoV-2 sewage measurements onto COVID-19 burden in the population: a proof-of-concept for quantitative environmental surveillance. MedRxiv, May 1st, 11 p.
  85. Friedler E., Chavez D.F., Alfiya Y., Gilboa Y., Gross A., 2021. Impact of suspended solids and organic matter on chlorine and UV disinfection efficiency of greywater. Water 13 (204): 1-12.
  86. Ergas S.J., Amador J., Boyer T., Friedler E. 2021. Onsite and decentralized wastewater management systems (Editorial for Special Collection). ASCE J. of Sustainable Water in the Built Environ., 7(3).
  87. Yaniv K., Shagan M., Rinott E., Weil1 M., Indenbaum V., Elul M., Erster O., Mendelson E., Mannasse B., Shirazi R., Lakkakula S., Miron O., Gilead Baibich R., Bigler I., Rishti R., Kramarsky-Winter E., Lewis Y. E., Friedler E., Gilboa Y., Sabach S., Alfiya Y., Cheruti U., Davidovich N, Moran K., Berchenko Y., Bar-Or I., Kushmaro A., (accepted) City-level SARS-CoV-2 sewage surveillance. Chemosphere


Chapters in books

(Copies available upon request)

  1. Friedler, 1999. Modelling. In: Reservoirs for wastewater storage and reuse: Ecology, performance & engineering design. Juanico M. and Dor I. [Eds.], Springer-Verlag, pp. 105-144.
  2. Juanico M. and Friedler, 1999. Experiences outside Israel. In: Reservoirs for wastewater storage and reuse: Ecology, performance & engineering design. Juanico M. and Dor I. [Eds.], Springer-Verlag, pp. 283-301.
  3. Juanico M. and Friedler E., 1999. Hydraulic age distribution. In: Reservoirs for wastewater storage and reuse: Ecology, performance & engineering design. Juanico M. and Dor [Eds.], Springer-Verlag, pp. 85-104.
  4. Friedler E. and Galil N. I., 2003. Domestic greywater characterization and its implication on treatment and reuse potential. In Chapter 7: Effectiveness of water conservation options, In: Advances in Water Supply Management. Maksimovich C., Butler D. and Memon F. A. [Eds.], A. A. Balkema Publishers, pp.535-544.
  5. Friedler E., Butler D., Alfiya Y., 2013. Wastewater composition. Chapter 17 in: Wastewater Treatment: Source Separation and Decentralization. Larsen T., Udert K., Lienert J. [Eds.], IWA Publishing, pp. 241-257.
  6. Friedler E., Gross A., 2015. Greywater reuse: risk identification, quantification and management. Chapter 10 in: Alternative Water Supply Systems. Memon F. A., Ward S. [Eds.], IWA publishing, pp. 193-216.



  1. [1]Opher T., Friedler E., 2009. Development of a data driven model for estimating pollutant levels in highway stormwater runoff. VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG, Germany, 144 p.
  2. Friedler E., Shaviv A., Zaide M., Gilboa Y., 2013. Water for nature and river restoration – Summary and recommendations of the 3rd Water Forum. Shmuel Neaman Inst. for Advanced Studies in Sci. & Tech., The GWRI and Israel Wat. Authority. 61 p. (Hebrew)



  1. Gross A., Maimon A., Alfiya Y., Friedler E., 2015. Greywater reuse. CRC Press & IWA publishing. 301 p.



  1. TRDF, Gido B., Broday D., Friedler E., 2017. Liquid desiccant vapor separation system. PCT/IL2017/050708 request.


[1] Based on the MSc Research Thesis of T. Opher


R. Wang (MSc). Computational modelling of sewer flow quantity and quality. Department of Civil Engineering. Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK. Primary supervisor: D. Butler (Imperial College), Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Y. Yaxas (MSc). Pollutant concentration of domestic wastewater inflows. Department of Civil Engineering. Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK. Primary supervisor: D. Butler (Imperial College), Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Pisanty E. (MSc). Analysis of the relationship between construction or upgrade costs of wastewater treatment plants and their design capacity (Final Project).

Latman S. (MSc). Comparison between local and regional solution for wastewater treatment and reuse: Eclolgical and economical aspects (Final Project, Haifa Univ.) Primary Supervisor: E. Friedler, Consultant: N. Greenboum (Haifa Univ.)

Sagiv A. (MSc). Modelling H2S emission in gravity sewers. Primary Supervisor: O. Lahav, Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Segal E. (MSc). Study of engineering, economical and environmental aspects of various alternatives for treatment and disposal of excess sludge from the grater Tel-Aviv wastewater treatment plant (Haifa Univ.). Primary Supervisor: E. Friedler, Co-supervisor: N. Becker (Haifa Univ.).

Kovalio R. (MSc). Study of three systems for treatment and reuse of greywater for toilet flushing.

Firer D. (MSc). Investigation of the Use of Iron Salts to Control Odour and Corrosion in Urban Sewer Systems. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler., Co-supervisor: O. Lahav.

Shwatzman (Sofair) Z. (MSc). Reliability assessment of in-house greywater reuse. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler, Co-supervisor: A. Ostfeld.

Gilboa Y. (MSc). Study of the effects of disinfection with UV irradiation on the microbial quality of greywater. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler. Advisor: R. Armon.

Goldwasser K. (MSc). Development of management model for Lake Kinneret using AVGWLF. Primary supervisor: A. Ostfeld, Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Opher T. (MSc). Development of a data driven model for estimating pollutant levels in highway stormwater runoff. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler, Advisor: A. Ostfeld.

Dinerman E. (MSc). Modelling MTBE and BTEX in Lake Kinneret as a tool for the assessment of the risk to the water quality in the lake. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler. Advisor: D. Markel (Water Commission).

Aizenchtadt E. (PhD). Reliability approaches to bio-environmental systems on the base of wastewater treatment plants. Primary supervisor: D. Ingman (Quality Assurance and Reliability Unit), Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Meir A. (MSc). Comparative study of the effect of disinfection by UV irradiation and chlorination on clogging of drip irrigation system fed with tertiary effluent (Final Project). 2009  Asheri T. (MSc). The effect of low intensity ultrasonic irradiation on algae population and biological diversity in different water bodies. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: R. Porat (Mekorot, Nat. Water Company).

Eid K. (MSc). Quantification calibration and verification of QUEST method as a tool for the assessment of exfiltration from gravity sewers. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler. Advisor: O. Lahav.

Yapman I. (MSc). Electrocoagulation as a part of greywater treatment and reuse.

Pesach N. (MSc). Determination of surfactants concentrations in estuaries and seawater and assessment of their effects on corals. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: N. Kress (IOLR).

Yardeni A. (MSc). On-line biomonitoring for pollution detection in potable water network with the FishToximeter – A Video based early warning system. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: R. Porat (Mekorot, Nat. Water Company).

Khodorkovsky M. (MSc). Investigation of the spatial and seasonal distribution of selected pesticides (chlorpyrifos, methidathion and endosulfan) and their degradation products in the streams of the Hula watershed. Primary supervisor: Y. Dubowski; Co-supervisor: E. Friedler.

Muklada H. (MSc). On-site rainwater harvesting as an alternative water source for urban areas. (Final Project).

Dekel A. (MSc). Study of microorganisms community structure by molecular methods as a tool for developing an attached growth treatment process for greywater. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: M. Halpern (Haifa Univ.)

Zarchi E. (MSc). Polyaluminum Chloride as an Alternative to Alum for Direct Filtration of Drinking Water. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: M. Rebhun.

Penn R. (MSc). Investigation and quantification of the influence of on-site urban greywater reuse on sewer systems and wastewater treatment plants.

Gilboa Y. (PhD). The effects of anthropogenic activities on water quality in Lake Kinneret. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: G. Gal (Kinneret Limnological Laboratory, IOLR)

Kovaliov M. (MSc). Infrared rays embedded fish instrument as a tool for on–line detection of pollution intrusion into potable water systems. Primary supervisor: E. Friedle;r Co-supervisor: R. Porat (Mekorot, Nat. Water Company).

Dinerman E. (PhD). Fate of Chlorpyrifos under semiarid conditions and the impact on its loss from orchard soil surface Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: Y. Dubowski.

Barkai-Arbel Y. (MSc) Precursors removal and reduction of disinfection by-products formation by enhanced coagulation and sedimentation in the NWC system. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: M. Rebhun; Advisor: L. Heller-Grosmann

Blanky M. (MSc). Legionella pneumophila in greywater – Quantification, removal during treatment and assessment of human exposure via aerosols. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: M. Halpren (Haifa Univ.)

Shalev A. (MSc). Removal of Triclosan from greywater by innovative V-UV/UV-C process. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: Y. Dubowski

Busgang A. (MSc; BGU). Risk assessment of greywater reuse Primary supervisor: A. Gross (Ben-Gurion Univ.); Co-supervisor: E. Friedler

Steynberg D. (MSc). Simulating the diurnal pattern of domestic water demand on a micro-component scale – based on smart metering and data driven modeling. Supervisor: E. Friedler; Advisor: A. Ostfeld

Penn R. (PhD). Impacts of on-site greywater reuse and water saving on urban wastewater systems – an integrated simulation approach. Supervisor: E. Friedler; Advisor: M. Schuetze (ifak, Magdeburg, Germany)

Gido B. (MSc). Harvesting atmospheric moisture by a liquid desiccant system and solar energy. Primary supervisor: D. Broday; Co-supervisor: E. Friedler

Opher T. (PhD). An integrated multi-criteria, LCA-based model for sustainability assessment of varying centralization scales of water reuse systems in the urban sector. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: A. Shapira.

Campagnano M. (MSc) Comparative Study of Anaerobic Digestion and Combined Biochemical-Hydrothermal Treatment for Treatment of Poultry Litter for Biofuel Production, Nutrient Recycling and Removal of Environmental Pollutants.

Haft A. (MSc). Characterising Stormwater in Israeli Cities – Kfar-Saba as a case study. Primary supervisor: E. Friedler; Co-supervisor: R. Wallach (Hebrew Univ.)

Alfiya Y. (PhD). Personal care products (PCPs) as source for micropollutants in Greywater – Identification, quantification and on-site treatment. Primary supervisor: Y. Dubowski; Co-supervisor: E. Friedler

Shlomo-Bendory I. (MSc) Novel Oscillatory System for Removal of Colloid Particles by Flocculation.

Tomita M. (MSc). Greywater Treatment by Electrocoagulation through Oscillatory Mixing.