Mercedes coolant leak: report | Report says leaked cooling unit in Mercedes plant leaked to the press
According to a report published in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, an investigation by the ministry of the environment and the public works (DPM) revealed that a cooling unit leaked to media outlets on Tuesday.
The cooling unit was found on the roof of a Mercedes-Benz factory.
The ministry has also found a leak of cooling system fluids on a Mercedes plant.
“The ministry’s investigation shows that there was a leak to the media, and this leak was exposed to the public,” said DPM spokesperson Ilan Ben-Dahan.
“We will take all necessary actions to prevent this from happening again.”
The ministry also found that an unknown person had illegally removed cooling fluid from the cooling unit.
Ben-Hanan added that the leaking cooling unit has been identified and will be sent to the manufacturer for inspection.
A statement released by the DPM on Thursday evening said the cooling system had been located and will undergo a thorough inspection.
“This was not a normal leak,” Ben- Hanan said.
“A cooling unit with a leaked cooling system will be inspected by a specialized team of inspectors.”
The cooling system in question was located at the Mercedes plant in the Negev Desert.
According to Ben- Dahan, the ministry will issue an order to the factory owner, and a compensation of about 2,000 shekels ($100) will be paid to the owner.
The press agency reported that the cooling fluid in question had been transferred to the Mercedes factory by a subcontractor, who then gave it to a local newspaper.
The newspaper was allegedly unaware that the leaked fluid had been leaked to them.
The DPM has also identified the factory where the cooling module was located.
According a report by the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth, an inspection by the plant owner has revealed that the leak had been discovered on the second floor of the factory.
According the report, a team of inspection officers found the leak in the cooling station.
A spokesman for the factory told Haaretz that the company was unable to provide the name of the contractor responsible for the cooling.
The source of the leak has not been identified.
The report also reported that DPM inspectors found a small hole in the bottom of the cooling assembly, and that it appeared that the radiator was leaking.
The company has been instructed to repair the cooling and replace it with a new one.
The investigation has also been closed.
According an article published by the Israel Hayom newspaper on Wednesday, the company that manufactures the cooling equipment for the Mercedes-Benzes plant in Negex was ordered to pay an undisclosed amount in damages to the company and to the environmental agency for allegedly violating the terms of a previous agreement between the company, which is owned by the state of Israel, and the DMA.
“If they cannot fix this, then the damage will be irreversible,” the article said.
A spokeswoman for the DDA said that the agency would pay compensation to the owners of the plant, and would pursue the issue through the legal system.
The article quoted the company as saying that the DBA would pay a penalty of 20,000shekels, and was considering legal action against the company.
According this article, a DMA spokesperson told Ha’aretz that a final decision on the matter will be made at a meeting of the company’s board of directors on Friday.