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Kemira starts up coagulant plant at Dormagen, Germany
December 9, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft
Kemira says it has successfully started up its coagulant plant at Dormagen, Germany. The location of the plant at a Bayer MaterialScience site gives Kemira access to hydrochloric acid—a byproduct from Bayer's production of toluene diisocyanate—as a raw material by way of a long-term partnership, Kemira says. The plant is capable of producing the complete range of Kemira's aluminum-based coagulants, which are used for treating drinking water and waste water. Kemira says that the Dormagen plant is an important step in consolidating its...
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