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Topic - Maher Najjar
Israel began moving 250 tons of construction supplies into Gaza on Monday, the largest shipment of raw materials to the coastal territory since the Jewish state eased a blockade in the wake of a deadly raid on a flotilla trying to break the embargo in May.
The upgraded plant will be able to treat 20 million gallons of waste a day, nearly double the current level, said Gaza water official Maher Najjar.
He said the German-funded upgrade, expected to take two months, will allow the plant to process all waste and halt the dumping.