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Cargill Builds Biobased Polyols Plant
11:21 AM MDT | July 14, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Cargill says it is building a $22-million, renewable polyols plant at Chicago, scheduled for startup in November. The world-scale facility will produce Cargill’s proprietary soybean-based polyols, which can replace petroleum-based chemicals for production of polyurethane products. Cargill currently supplies customers with its renewable polyols through toll processing...
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