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Final execution of Lake Way ‘imminent’

Salt Lake Potash has announced construction of the process plant at its Lake Way Sulfate of Potash project in Western Australia has continued to progress.


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Production resumes at Uralchem's Azot plant

Production was suspended earlier in July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.

Uralchem suspends production at Azot plant

Uralchem halted production on Wednesday 8 July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.

 

Mosaic announces global sustainability targets

The targets include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20% per tonne of product, reducing freshwater use by 20% per tonne of product and implementing 4R Nutrient Stewardship on 25 million acres, all by 2025.


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PhosAgro joins European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform

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