22 November 2011 17:52 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--German chemicals firm FERRO DUO plans to build a plant for the production of water treatment chemicals at the ?xml:namespace>
FERRO DUO’s plant will produce iron and aluminium salts, which are chemicals used in the treatment of water, it said in documents filed with a regulatory authority in
Construction of the plant is expected to begin next year, subject to regulatory approval.
The plant would source hydrochloric acid from Bayer MaterialScience and it would be integrated into the chemical production complex at
Duisburg-based FERRO DUO did not disclose the project's capacity or how much money it plans to invest.
Kemira's project would also use hydrochloric acid from Bayer as a raw material.
Hydrochloric acid is a by-product from Bayer’s TDI production process at
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