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Cabot to supply activated carbon systems to US utilities

10:35 AM MDT | September 9, 2013 | Vincent Valk

Cabot Norit’s activated carbon business has agreed to provide activated carbon to injection systems to two US utilities in contracts that are expected to generate $6 million/year in revenue for Cabot Norit. The systems will help the utilities comply with EPA mercury emissions rules. About half of mercury air emissions in the US are derived from coal-fired power plants, EPA...

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