An Israeli-made floor cleaning system could save the city from pollution
An Israeli company is to build a new floor cleaning unit for the Jerusalem’s Old City, the Israeli daily Haaretz reported on Wednesday.
The unit, which will cost around $1.5 million, will be built by a company called Diasporic Cleaning, which is based in the southern Israeli city of Meirion.
According to the report, Diaspora Cleaning will use a 3D printing process to create a “tapered” floor, which can be cleaned and cleaned again.
The new floor will have no plumbing and no electric outlets.
Diaspora is the largest Israeli contractor to build the floor cleaning units, which have been in operation since 2011.
According the Haaretz report, the project will be completed by the end of 2019.
Daspora Cleanings has also been developing the technology to make other types of floor cleaning equipment.
The company has already developed the floor vacuum and the automatic cleaning system for residential buildings.
The Israeli company has also developed the “durable and affordable” product, which it will sell in stores.
The floor cleaning technology is not unique to the Old City and is expected to be widely used in other parts of Jerusalem.
However, the new unit will be a major milestone for the city, which was once the center of the Israeli Occupation and has seen several major disasters due to the city’s dirty air.
Diverse pollution and pollution from the nearby Jerusalem Temple Mount, as well as pollution from Jerusalem’s traffic arteries and the city center, have caused widespread illness, accidents and deaths in recent years.
According in the Haifa daily, the Jerusalem city has a population of around 8 million, making it the most densely populated city in the Middle East.
The new floor unit is expected by the time it is completed to be a vital part of the city and will serve as a major source of clean air in the area.