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The Dead Sea has given life to Israel Chemicals Limited (ICL). That body of water is rich in bromine, potash, salt, and magnesium -- minerals that ICL turns into specialty and agrochemicals, among other products. Bromine commonly is used in flame retardants, and potash is a common fertilizer. The company accounts for a third of the world's bromine production and 10% of the world's potash. It is also a major producer of magnesium. Although most of the company's chemicals are produced in Israel (from the Dead Sea), it also mines for fertilizers in Spain and the UK...
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Chemical Engineer Co-Op at Israel Chemicals (student candidate)
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Lawrence, KS Oct 2013 – Reviewed Oct 19, 2013
Interview Details – Took about 3 weeks total and applied through school career fair, very professional and friendly people. Interview was laid back and took about 30 minutes total. – Full Interview
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