Israel’s Civil Administration has opened an investigation into claims that a Tel Aviv sanitation service corporation breached contracts, and the agency has asked the company for details of the contract breach, according to a statement released Monday.
The statement said the Civil Administration was made aware of the allegation last week.
“The investigation is ongoing and is directed toward the relevant party, and any additional information that may be required by the parties will be provided in writing,” it said.
In addition to the Civil Service, the company that contracted with the sanitation service was the National Authority of the Land and Water Infrastructure (LAWI), which is responsible for water and wastewater services in the municipality.
The LAWI was founded in 2005, and has been a major supplier of water and sewage services to the municipality since the 1990s.
According to the statement, the Civil Authority has asked that the company provide information regarding the contract breaches within one month.
The statement did not elaborate on the contract that was allegedly breached.
The Israeli military has not yet commented on the allegation, and said it would not comment on internal matters.