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Midwest Chlor-Alkali to Invest in Cargill’s Iowa BioProcessing Center

10:51 AM MDT | September 7, 2007 |

Michelle Bryner

Midwest Chlor-Alkali (Indianapolis), a subsidiary of chemical distributor Harris & Ford (Indianapolis), says it will invest $68 million to build a chlor-alkali plant at Cargill’s Iowa BioProcessing Center (Eddyville, IA). The plant will produce 100,000 tons/year of sodium hydroxide, 250,000 tons/year of hydrochloric acid, and an undisclosed amount of bleach. Communal benefits: Cargill encourages bioprocessing partnerships at its Eddyville site. Midwest’s facility will start up in early 2009 and serve Cargill’s eight North American...

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