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Environmental Clearance Granted to Trinidad Chlor-Alkali Plant

12:34 PM MDT | May 1, 2009

CariSal Investment Holdings (Austin, TX) says that its CariSal Unlimited (Claxton Bay, Trinidad) subsidiary has been granted a certificate of environmental clearance by the Environmental Management Authority (Port of Spain, Trinidad) for construction of a chlor-alkali and calcium chloride complex in Trinidad. Construction of the plant is scheduled to begin at Point Lisas in the third quarter, and commercial operation is slated to start by late 2010. The complex will have capacity for 100,000 m.t./year of caustic soda, and 70,000 m.t./year of pure-pellet calcium...

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