Mining resumes at ICL UK potash mine following fatal accident

By IM Staff
Published: Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Mining operations at the Boulby potash mine in northeast England, owned by Tel-Aviv-headquartered ICL, have resumed following a fatal accident last Friday. More redundancies are expected in 2017 due to depleting postash reserves at the site.

 Underground potash mine_Iberpotash (ICL)
ICL produces 6m tonnes of potash globally  

By Yoke Wong

Mining activity has been resumed at ICL UK’s Boulby potash mine in northeast England following a fatal accident last Friday, which killed one employee, a local union representative told IM today.  

"[The mine] stopped production for...

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