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Veolia Water is awarded new contract for water treatment in Brazil…and more business news

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Veolia Water is awarded new contract for water treatment and reuse in Brazil September 15, 2009 — Under a 50/50 joint venture with Enfil, a Brazilian, water-treatment engineering company, t he Brazilian oil company Petrobras (Rio de Janeiro; http://www.petrobras.com) has awarded Veolia Water’s (Paris; http://www.veoliawater.com) subsidiary, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, the complete supply a nd construction contract for a water-treatment and reuse station at the Abreu e Lima Refinery. Currently under construction, the new refinery will produce primarily diesel fuel and will process heavy oil from Brazil and Venezuela. The water-treatment and reuse station will provide 2,100 m3/h of filtered water and 580 m3/h of recycled water for industrial use. The water-treatment plant will also reuse approximately one third of the water consumed by the refinery. Clariant plans new ethoxylation plant in China September 15, 2009 — Specialty chemical company, Clariant (Muttenz, Switzerland; http://www.clariant.com) has announced its plans to build an ethoxylation plant in Dayabay, situated south of Guangzhou. The plant will b e operational in early 2011 and will have a capacity of close to 50,000 metric tons…
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