Tata Chem opens plant in Netherlands

June 2008
Chemical Business;Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p72
Trade Publication
The article reports on the opening of a high-technology sodium bicarbonate plant adjacent to the Brunner Mond facility of Tata Chemicals in Delfzijl, the Netherlands in 2008. The global production of sodium bicarbonate by Tata has increased annually due to the opening of the €15 million plant. A press release states that full process stabilisation and optimisation at the automated plant is in progress. One of the raw materials of the plant is surplus carbon dioxide from the soda ash plant.


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