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Honeywell and J.R. Simplot Partner to Build Fertilizer Facility

9:05 AM MST | December 8, 2011 | Lindsey Bewley

Honeywell and food and agribusiness company J.R. Simplot (Boise, ID) say they will partner to build a fertilizer facility to produce Honeywell's Sulf-N 26,which has significantly lower explosive potential than conventional nitrate-based fertilizers. Honeywell will engineer, construct and own a modular manufacturing facility at Simplot's Lathrop, CA production plant. The plant is expected to be operational in early 2013, Honeywell says.   Sulf-N 26 is a new, dry granular ammonium sulfate nitrate (ASN) fertilizer made from a patented Honeywell process that...

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