An activist and a judge are trying to prevent 12 tons of ammonia from washing over Haifa. Their efforts may not be enough.
Haifa Chemicals still faces court decision on fate of controversial facility that might close it down shortly.
Industry is only responsible for a quarter of the air pollution in the northern Israeli city - the bigger problem rests with the public.
An amazing array of fruits and veggies, fresh baked goods, fish and a new restaurant are all part of the scene at Haifa’s Talpiot Market.
Judge says Haifa facility can remain open until city presents its case.
Chemical is key component in many industries. Haifa Chemicals, tank’s owner, may have to move production out of Israel.
Alluding to the life-threatening danger posed by the storage of the noxious substance, judge says picture emerging from experts' report 'keeps awake at night anyone who reads it.'
Angry social media backlash and calls for a boycott followed the sale of Ramallah-made brew at a pub in Haifa. But the owners remain steadfast.
Up to 15% of water samples examined following initial test on espresso machines were found to exceed accepted levels. Top ministry official says he ‘can’t be responsible for 8 million people,’ but water expert says ministry has a duty to protect the public.
Plan to Avert Chemical Danger That Could Kill Thousands of Israelis Is Unacceptable, Says Israeli Minister
Environment minister Elkin says company offers no alternative to keeping tank in Haifa Bay.