The government will support NIS 9.25 million in building a landfill site in eastern Galilee

Posted on Nov 17, 2019 by Ifi Reporter

The government approved the Ministry of Environmental Protection's plan to support NIS 9.25 million in the Eastern Galilee cluster landfill site. These are the communities: Metula, Katzrin, Majdal Shams, Mevo'at Hermon, restaurant, Yesod HaMaala, Gush Milk, Safed, Tuba-Zangaria, Rosh Pina, Golan, Hatzor Galilit, Kiryat Shmona, Merom Galilee, Buqata, Upper Galilee, Ein Kenya And Ajar, at the cost of entering a transit station and transporting the waste to the landfill site, for a period of one year.
This support was approved due to the closure of the "teenim" landfill site after its landfill was exhausted and due to environmental hazards caused by it. Its closure has significantly raised the costs of transporting waste to the cluster authorities. The ministry's support will reduce the financial burden on the authorities, enabling them to redirect their budgets to other needs for the welfare of residents.
The approved aid is contingent on the commitment of the Eastern Galilee authorities, to promote a sorting facility and regional waste recycling in the areas of the eastern Galilee. The Ministry of the Environment also intends to support the costs of establishing this facility.
This is another significant step in promoting the Ministry of Environmental Protection's strategy in the field of waste, according to which all waste in Israel will undergo sorting and separation procedures. After which the waste will be treated and recycled; And the residue of the sorting will be transferred for energy recovery in advanced facilities.


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