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Chlorine Institute’s safety mission supports chlor-alkali opportunity

9:30 AM MDT | May 6, 2013 | —Clay Boswell

The low cost of natural gas gives US chlor-alkali producers a great advantage on the global market, but capitalizing on the opportunity means maintaining the industry’s strong safety record. Supporting that objective is a primary mission of the Chlorine Institute (CI; Arlington, VA), says Frank Reiner, president of CI. “The linkage between our safety mission and the economic growth of the industry is really very important,” he says. CI held its annual meeting at Houston in early April, taking safety, security, and technology for its theme...

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