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Kemira Enters Project to Reduce Phosphorus Discharge at a Finnish Plant

5:13 AM MDT | September 29, 2010 | Kerri Walsh

 Kimera says it has launched a project with the Finish Ministry of the Environment and the water utility of the City of Vyborg, Finland to reduce the amount of phosphorus discharge from Vyborg into the Baltic Sea. Kemira's Vyborg wastewater treatment plant will begin trial runs of waste phosphorus this week. The project aims to reduce the amount of phosphorus entering the Gulf of Finland by 20 m.t./year, Kemira says. The John Nurminen Foundation, which maintains the cultural heritage and traditions of the Finnish seafaring and marine history, is also a...

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