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Spill at ICL's Rotem phosphate fertilizer plant

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World Fertilizer,


ICL has reported that on 30 June a dike partially collapsed at Pool 3 of the Rotem phosphate fertilizers plant. The pool is used for the accumulation of phosphogypsum water, a byproduct of phosphate fertilizer production processes conducted.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/phosphates/05072017/spill-at-icls-rotem-phosphate-fertilizer-plant/

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