Sedom


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Sedom

 

(also Sodom), a city in Israel, in the Southern District. Population, approximately 12,000. The city is linked by highway with the port of Elat (Elath) on the Gulf of Aqaba. The chemical industry is represented in Sedom by installations producing potash, bromine, and bromides.

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poured its first cell metal from its new plant in Sedom, Israel, on December 14th and expected commercial shipments to start in the second-quarter 1997.
Dead Sea Magnesium, Ltd., was created on May 14, in Sedom, Israel, as a joint venture between Dead Sea Works, Ltd.
Dimona is about 45 km (30 mi) west of the primary magnesium production facility in Sedom. The proposed plant would employ about 100 workers.