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Cabot, Westmoreland Coal to double capacity at Canada activated carbon site

2:16 PM MDT | September 30, 2014 | Vincent Valk

Cabot and Westmoreland Coal (Englewood, CO) say they are doubling capacity of activated carbon, to 70 million pounds, at their jointly owned site at Bienfait, SK. The new capacity will be online in 2016. The facility, which is operated by Westmoreland, is...


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