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Kemira Buys Water Treatment Firm

9:19 AM MST | November 24, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Brazilian antitrust authorities have approved Kemira’s acquisition of water treatment firm Nheel Quimmica (Rio Claro, Brazil), Kemira say. Terms were not disclosed. The €26-million ($32.8 million) firm mainly serves the municipal drinking water treatment market as well as sewage water plants, Kemira says. Nheel Quimmica is the second-largest producer of iron salts and the largest producer of aluminum salts for water treatment in Brazil, Kemira...

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