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Jacobs awarded contract for chlorine dioxide plant in Indonesia

5:27 AM MDT | May 21, 2014 | Deepti Ramesh

Jacobs Engineering says that it has been awarded a contract by OKI Pulp and Paper Mills (Jakarta) for the design and supply of an integrated chlorine dioxide plant for its pulp mill project in South Sumatra Province, Indonesia. The value of the contract has not been disclosed. The plant is expected to become operational in 2016 and will produce 172 m.t./day of chlorine dioxide, making it the largest chlorine dioxide plant ever built, Jacobs says. Jacob, under the terms of the contract, is designing and engineering the plant; supplying key equipment and materials...

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