The New York Times looked into Miya's solution to the acute issue of urban water loss worldwide. It is estimates that one-sixth of the water quantity in public distribution systems leaks out from undetected pipes underground, and that this number is even greater in emerging market countries.
The article discusses the budding water efficiency industry, and how over the past eight years Miya's innovative approach to maximizing water abundance is revolutionizing the entire market.
"When you have a pressurized system, what you do in one place affects all other places," said Meir Wietchner, Miya's Chairman and Arison Investments Chief Strategy Officer, who explains that Miya's holistic solution relies on the interrelatedness of components in the entire system. Moreover, in each of its projects, Miya caters to the local community by hiring and training locals, to transfer expert knowledge that ensures sustainable long-term results.