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PPG and PVS to Build Iron Salts Facility at Natrium, WV

2:24 PM MDT | May 10, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

PPG Industries and PVS Technologies (Detroit) say they will build a 50,000-m.t./year iron salts facility at PPG’s Natrium, WV chlor-alkali plant. PVS will construct and operate the plant, while PPG will supply chlorine, other raw materials and services from its Natrium plant to the PVS facility. The plant is expected to start-up in late 2010, PPG says Financial terms were not disclosed. “This is another example of PPG’s commitment to and investment in the Natrium facility and our chlor-alkali and derivatives customers,” says Michael H...

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