Compound fertilizers, which are well suited to dry climates and can be tailored to individual terrains, are key to meeting world’s growing demand for food production.
The International Fertilizer Association has welcomed the FAO Code of Conduct, which was officially approved this week during the FAO Conference.
The Haldor Topsoe research team has used computer simulations and lab testing to show that direct electric heating in combination with an innovative thin catalytic coating boosts both energy efficiency and catalytic efficiency.
PhosAgro has welcomed the final decision taken at the level of the European Parliament and the European Council to limit the sale of phosphate-based fertilizers containing high levels of heavy metals everywhere in the EU from 2022.
The Republic of Uzbekistan and Germany have announced plans to construct a new chemical complex for the increased production of fertilizers in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
thyssenkrupp’s Industrial Solutions business area has received a new order for the construction of a fertilizer plant in Poland.
Nutrien Ltd’s president and CEO, Mr Chuck Magro, will be presenting at the BMO Capital Markets 14th Annual Farm to Market Conference in New York.
A new catalytic solution from Haldor Topsoe promises to remove hydrogen sulfide in lean off gases from viscose production, seeking to challenge traditional scrubbers on cost.
Haldor Topsoe, a provider of high-performance catalysts and proprietary technology for the chemical and refining industries, has released their sustainability report for the 2018 financial year.
Eduardo Sauto, Gorco, Spain, discusses the design and implementation of dust collection systems at fertilizer plants.
Marc Garneau, Canandian Minister of Transport, has announced amendments to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, updating regulations on dangerous goods tank cars.
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding the NewFoodSystems innovation initiative with a total of up to 20 million over a period of five years.
Gujarat State Fertilizer and Chemicals’ (GSFC) new 40 000 tpy melamine plant in Vadodara, India, has now reached its design capacity.