New Methylglycinediacetic Acid Facility to Be Operational in 2015 in Alabama in the USA

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30 Jan 2014 14:38 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Major world chemical company BASF is going to set up a new methylglycinediacetic acid (Trilon® M) facility at Evonik’s site located in Mobile (Alabama) in order to satisfy the rising demand for its innovative chelating agent on the global market. The projected plant, which will provide 20 additional jobs, is estimated at USD 90 million. The plant is expected to go on stream in H2 of 2015.

The company’s innovative chelating agent is an alternative to phosphates in modern dishwashing detergents.

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