Inovyn plans to import EDC to its Martorel site
The project involves importing supply by deep sea vessels, storing the supply in Barcelona harbor and transporting it to Martorel Site by railway.
The release said that the company will cease EDC production through its mercury cells in line with the terms of the Industrial Emissions Directive, which bans the manufacturing of EDC with chlorine from mercury cells and this new investment will enable them to keep production at current levels during the shutdown period.
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