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Approval for Canadian Sulphur Project Construction Start for Sulphur Fertilizer Plant in Alberta

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

After the the local Environment and Sustainable Resource Development gave green light for a new Vitasul production facility, Sulvaris will commence construction in central Alberta, Canada.

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Researched and developed by Sulvaris, Vitasul is a proprietary, high-analysis sulphur fertilizer that provides quick response and consistent feeding of sulphate to crops in the season of application.
Researched and developed by Sulvaris, Vitasul is a proprietary, high-analysis sulphur fertilizer that provides quick response and consistent feeding of sulphate to crops in the season of application.
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Calgary/Canada – The new facility, which will be built on the site of Keyera Corp’s existing Strachan Gas Plant near Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, will convert elemental sulphur into Vitasul, a premium plant nutrient sulphur fertilizer. The facility will be jointly owned between Keyera and Sulvaris, with Keyera as operator.

Upon completion, the new facility will have the capacity to produce approximately 217,000 metric tonnes of Vitasul per year, which will be sold into the Canadian, United States, and offshore markets. It is expected that construction and commissioning of the facility will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2014 with production and sales to start immediately upon completion.

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