Israel’s Juno Water is filtering water, filtering it, and filtering again

Israel’s new water filter company has started filtering water from the streets of Tel Aviv.

The company, Juno, announced it is taking over a new water treatment plant that has been shut down since 2014.

The Juno water treatment facility was set up in 2014 to treat wastewater from the wastewater treatment plants at the main sewage treatment plant in Tel Aviv, the southern Israeli city.

According to the company’s CEO, Nael Ben-Dror, the water treatment plants in Tel, Beit El, and Beit Sheva were closed in 2015, and in 2016, the treatment plants closed completely.

Ben-Dor said the treatment plant is currently in operation, and he added that the company will now filter and process water from wastewater to create a new treatment plant, as well as create a water treatment company.

“We’ve built this new water plant,” Ben-Aron told The Jerusalem Times, adding that the plant will now be able to treat as much as 10 million liters of water per day.

Ben Dror said he hoped to begin work on the new treatment facility in 2018.

In 2017, Israel launched a new sewage treatment and treatment plant at the southern Tel Aviv sewage treatment site, and it has been operating under a similar schedule since.

The new treatment facilities at the sewage treatment plants were built in the early 2020s and are located near the old wastewater treatment plant.

In September 2018, a water tanker filled with water from Beit el sewage treatment station was intercepted and damaged by Israeli riot police, causing an emergency that led to several weeks of protests in the city.

The water was then diverted to the treatment facilities of the new sewage plant.

Following the protests, the company announced it would begin its operation on the sewage plant in 2020.

The company has now begun to run the new wastewater treatment system at the wastewater plant, and Ben Dror has said that the new plant will operate on a “commercial” basis.

However, Ben-DAron has also stated that he is not currently in a position to begin operating the new system.

“I’m currently not working on the process,” he told the newspaper.

“The company hasn’t paid for the water we need.”

Ben Dron has said in the past that he was concerned that the sewage system would not be ready to handle the large amounts of wastewater that will be flowing through it, because of the high costs involved in running the system.

A number of water quality studies have also been completed at the new site, with the aim of determining the level of the pollution that is being discharged into the sea from the sewage water treatment and processing plants.

The sewage plant was also the site of a series of deadly protests in April 2018, which led to the deaths of dozens of people, including many children.

The demonstrations in Tel Avera were one of the first protests to be held in the Israeli capital in decades, and they lasted for more than four hours, according to reports.