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Solvay breaks ground on silica plant in Poland

12:00 AM MDT | May 23, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

Solvay says it has broken ground on a previously announced facility that will produce highly dispersible silica (HDS), at Włocławek, Poland. The new 85,000-m.t./year HDS plant involves an investment of €75 million ($96 million) and will create more than 50 new jobs, Solvay says. Construction of the plant is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2014. Located in central Poland, close to key energy distribution and the recently completed Warsaw-Gdansk highway, the new facility will offer local logistical supply benefits to Solvay’s customers...

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