How to test and maintain a clean water system
As Israel continues to battle a drought and the threat of a major flood, the country’s government is attempting to rein in its water supply.
“This water will be the first of a series of clean water supply upgrades, and it will be a key component in restoring Israel’s water supply to a level where people can have their lives back,” said Naftali Bennett, Israel’s Prime Minister.
Bennett was speaking at the opening of the countrys water test facility, a major overhaul of the nations water infrastructure that aims to bring water to millions more people.
The system, which is set to be fully operational by March, will be used to monitor water quality in the occupied West Bank and Israel.
The testing facility, which was designed and built by Israel’s Israel Water Technologies, will monitor water levels from all of Israel’s aquifers to measure water quality and will help the authorities determine the level of water that needs to be added to the water supply at a given time.
It will also provide Israel with a comprehensive picture of how much water it needs to provide for the needs of its people.
The water testing facility has two stages, each of which is capable of measuring the amount of water used by each person.
It is expected to take three months to fully test the system and will take at least one year to fully install the equipment, Bennett said.
According to Bennett, the system is intended to test a water system that is not only sustainable but also a useful tool for the country.
The test facility will test how the water used in the system affects the overall health of people.
For instance, it will test the levels of the pollutants in the water.
It will also test how long the water stays in the ground, how long it stays in rivers and lakes and whether the water can be flushed or pumped out of reservoirs, Bennett added.
The testing facility is expected be operational in early April, with testing expected to be conducted for the first time in July.