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Praxair starts up carbon dioxide plant at Honeywell resin facility

7:11 AM MST | December 10, 2013 | Lindsay Frost

Praxair announced today that it has started up a carbon dioxide (CO2) purification plant at Honeywell Specialty Materials' Hopewell, VA, site. Honeywell produces nylon resins and caprolactam at Hopewell. Under the long-term agreement, Praxair will purchase, to purify, CO2 by-product from Honeywell's facility. The new plant liquefies and purifies 450 m.t./day of CO2. Financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed. "This world-class CO2 facility is further expanding Praxair’s capacity in the region and creating growth...

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