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The struggle against the waste plant in Shafdan: NIS 60,000 transferred before the High Court of Justice

The struggle against the waste plant in Shafdan: NIS 60,000 transferred before the High Court of Justice

The struggle against the waste plant in Shafdan: NIS 60,000 was transferred before the High Court of Justice. The Rishon LeZion Municipality and the "Rishonim Fight for the Environment in Rishon LeZion" association continue the struggle against the construction of the waste plant near the Shafdan. The Rishon Fund has already assisted with tens of thousands of shekels to continue the struggle against the legal step filed by the High Court of Justice. Myint Rishon LeZion.

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The Rishon LeZion Municipality and the "Rishonim Fight for the Environment in Rishon LeZion" association continue the struggle against the construction of the waste plant near the Shafdan. The Rishon Fund has already assisted with tens of thousands of shekels to continue the struggle against the legal step filed by the High Court of Justice.

About a month ago, the Supreme Court recommended that the Rishon LeZion Municipality withdraw the appeal against the construction of the waste facility near the Shafdan. The municipality did pull, but they did not intend to stop fighting. As a first step in the struggle, the municipality began transferring some of its municipal waste to Hiriya, in order to make the future plant uneconomic. On Thursday, additional progress was made: the Rishon Fund transferred NIS 60,000 to assist in the additional step of filing the High Court of Justice.

The struggle against the waste plant in Shafdan: NIS 60,000 was transferred ahead of the High Court of Justice Published by Myint Rishon LeZion.

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