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Cabot wins $6-million activated carbon contract

7:50 AM MST | February 28, 2014 | —Lindsay Frost

Cabot announced on 24 February that it has signed a $6-million contract with an unspecified northern US power generator to provide its Darco Hg brand of activated carbon products to help the company meet federal regulations for mercury emissions in the United States. EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxic Standards require that all coal-fired power plants in the United States larger than 25 megawatts remove approximately 90% of mercury from their emissions by April 2015, Cabot says. “The impending implementation of the EPA’s new mercury removal standards is expected...

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