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Dow Invests in Water Treatment Facility at Huzhou, China

1:26 PM MDT | June 7, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Dow Chemiical says it will announced plans to invest in a manufacturing facility for reverse osmosis membranes at Huzhou, China. The plant is expected online in 2013. Capital costs have not been disclosed. The facility will supply water desalination and waste water re-use technology for potable, non-potable and industrial water that serves China. “As the largest reverse osmosis membrane manufacturer with the most advanced technology around the world, establishing a China manufacturing facility at our site in Huzhou represents a significant...

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