Mississippi Lime increases hydrated lime capacity

Mississippi Lime increases hydrated lime capacity

6:48 AM, 4th December 2018
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ST LOUIS, US: Mississippi Lime Company has significantly increased enhanced hydrated lime capacities at their Weirton, WV and Verona, KY facilities. Mississippi Lime’s products employ industry leading technology for efficient solutions in the Dry Sorbent Injection industry as well as many other chemical processes and environmental control applications.

The novel, high quality products allow customers to realize cost savings and processing efficiencies from higher performing hydrated lime.

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