The Israeli city of Kiryat Gat is planning to install a new sprinkler installation in its residential areas in order to protect the residents from the damaging effects of the 3D-sensing system.
The new system will replace the existing system installed in the building in accordance with the city’s new 3D planning guidelines.
“The sprinkler sprinkler will be used to protect and reduce the risk of the residents of the building from the effects of 3D pollution,” the city council said in a statement on Thursday.
“We will also use the sprinkler to provide for the safety and security of our citizens, as well as to ensure that the building remains a welcoming place for all people.”
Construction of the new sprinklers system will start next year, and will last for about two years, according to the city.
The system will be installed by an engineering company under the supervision of the city, and the work is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.
The city will continue to pay for the installation and maintenance of the sprinklers.
Construction of a new 3d-sensitized sprinkler was not previously permitted in the city of Tel Aviv, however, after the Israeli government ordered the installation in 2011, citing safety concerns over the 3d systems that were being used in Israel’s cities.
The 3d system was also considered as a way to curb the spread of mold and other diseases in the buildings.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the sprinkling system will also allow residents to use the indoor water supply.