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Belarus Studies its First Soda Ash Plant...

1:53 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The regional government of Gomel Oblast, Belarus says it is studying plans to build a soda ash plant with capacity for 1 million m.t./year. The plant will be built at Mozyr, Belarus. Construction is expected to begin in 2008 and the first phase of the project, with a capacity of 400,000 m.t./year, is due to start operating in 2010. The first phase is expected to cost $220 million-$250 million. The plant will source rock salt and lime from deposits in the Mozyr region, the government says. It will be the first soda ash plant in Belarus, the government adds. The...

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