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Tata Chemicals in Research Project to Develop Potassium Sulfate Production in India

5:18 AM MDT | August 19, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz

Tata Chemicals has signed an agreement with the Department of Science and Technology and the Central Salt & Marine Chemicals Research Institute (CSMCRI; Bhavnagar, India) to develop indigenous production of potassium sulfate fertilizer in India. The partners plan to set up a joint research project at the company's Mithapur site, on the west coast of the Indian state of Gujarat, which will produce 3 m.t./day of potassium sulfate, using an internationally patented process developed by CSMCRI. India currently imports all of its potash requirements at an annual...

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