27 February 2013 15:28 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Canadian firm Atlantic Potash plans to build a 380,000 tonne/year fertilizer facility at ?xml:namespace>
The plant would produce potash-based fertilizers – including potassium nitrate and ammonium chloride – for export to Europe and
Potash for the plant would be sourced in
The Canadian dollar (C$) 350m ($340m) project has been granted an option for an 100-acre parcel of land at an industrial park in Saint John, the city said earlier this week.
Atlantic Potash is described as a mineral exploration and development company, with a focus on exploring potash development and production opportunities in southern
($1 = C$1.03)
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