New Uhde electrolysis plant opened at Marl Chemical Park

October 2007
Chemical Business;Oct2007, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p76
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The article reports on the Uhde electrolysis plant that opened at Marl Chemical Park on September 19, 2007. It is reported that the plant, which produces chlorine and caustic soda, is the third biggest chemical site in Germany. It will an annual production capacity of 250,000 tonnes of chlorine and 280,000 tonnes of caustic soda. Uhde belongs to the Thyssenkrupp Group that focuses on engineering and construction of chemical and industrial plants such as fertilizers, oil and coal.


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