Dead Sea Works (part of ICL Fertilizers)

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Company non-response
3 October 2012

Dead Sea Works (part of ICL Fertilizers) did not respond to: Israeli cosmetic firms accused of "unlawful exploitation of natural resources", thereby breaching intl. humanitarian law.

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3 October 2012

[PDF] Pillage of the Dead Sea: Israel’s Unlawful Exploitation of Natural Resources in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

Author: Al-Haq

Given that the settlers and Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories Ltd. directly profit from the appropriation of the Dead Sea natural resources and from the trade of the products extracted and processed in this area, they can be considered as primary...

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1 October 2012

Report: "Trading away peace: How Europe helps sustain illegal Israeli settlements"

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3 September 2012

Cosmetic companies accused of involvement in unlawful exploitation of natural resources in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

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Article
1 July 2007

Dead Sea [Israel]

Author: Friends of the Earth Middle East

Israelis, Palestinians, and Jordanians are currently planning accelerated development around the Dead Sea, which would result in massive construction...and enhanced mineral and water extraction...[T]he biggest cause of the rapid disappearance of the...

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26 June 2007

Dead sewage [Israel]

Author: Amir Ben David, Ynetnews.com

It seems that the Dead Sea Works company [unit of ICL Fertilizers] is not only considered one of the major causes for the drying out of the Dead Sea, but is also responsible for polluting it by emptying sewage and waste into the sea...Data submitted...

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6 July 2003

60% of factories register pollution levels exceeding limits [Israel]

Author: Zafrir Rinat, Haaretz [Israel]

The Environment Ministry has discovered air pollution levels surpassing limits at nearly all the factories in which surprise inspections were conducted in 2002...Prominent plants found to be violating air pollution regulations include Dead Sea Works,...

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