A new chapter enriches the collaboration between Veneroni and Fri-El Green Power, an Italian company operating in Ethiopia since 2007 with the aim of making 30,000 hectares of land available for large-scale cultivation of plantations and food crops.
The geographic conformation of Hungary, with the Danube river that crosses the national territory and the presence of Lake Balaton, makes this region particularly prone to flooding.
In Croatia, the problem of floods due to heavy rainfalls has become more and more relevant in large areas of the Country, especially in recent years.
Only the southern part of Mali is suitable for agriculture and less than 2% of land is cultivated, but agriculture accounts for about 2% of the GDA, 21% of the exports and over 80% of the workforce in active employment in the Country.
Just south of Miami, the Norwegian company Atlantic Sapphire is creating an astounding ‘salmon city’: with its 100,000 square meters it will be the largest land based salmon farm in the world.
‘Il Cavallino Matto’ is one of the biggest and greenest amusement parks in Italy: completely surrounded by nature, its tracks wind among ten hectares of lush pine forest where, in the shade of the pines, there are over 30 attractions suitable for all ages.
Fish farming in Tasmania has been characterized by a strong growth since the beginning of the 90s, becoming the main industry in the country and creating remarkable satellite activities also for the secondary processing industry.
New Zealand has a very changeable weather, characterized by heavy rainfall, especially in the northern part of the North Island, with a high rate of humidity and 20 rainy days a month during the winter season.
After having tested their suitability and reliability thanks to the previous supplies (September 2016 e July 2017), Croatian public authorities announced in 2017 another tender to equip other villages in Croatia of mobile pumps needed in case of floods to drain flooded areas.
As a result of the success of the first supply of mobile pumps for land defense from flood risk, Croatian public authorities have considered it necessary to pursue the action of prevention and control of possible future flood events.