A Dutch multinational real estate company. Its Israeli subsidiary Tahal designs sewage infrastructure for illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.
A Netherlands-based investment group focused on three sectors: real estate, water infrastructure, and retail landing.
The company holds 54% of Tahal Group International, an Israeli engineering company specializing in water and waste-water systems. Tahal has developed the master plan for Jerusalem's waste-water treatment system. When completed, this system will serve the north-eastern settlement neighborhoods of Jerusalem (Neve Ya'akov and Pisgat Ze'ev), and settlements in the city's surroundings, such as Giv’at Ze’ev and Beithar Iilit, Ma’aleh Adumim, Adam, Anatot, and Mitzpeh Yericho.
Tahal's plans include the construction of a sewage treatment plant in the area of Nabi Mussa in the occupied Jordan Valley. A 200-dunam (200,000 square meters) plot of Palestinian land will be used for aerated lagoons. An additional facility--the Og reservoir--is used as a reservoir for treating effluent for date tree irrigation within settlement farms in the occupied Jordan Valley.