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Environment

Borealis Invests In Pollution Reducer

June 9, 2008 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 86, ISSUE 23

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Borealis representatives show off AdBlue.
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Borealis representatives show off AdBlue.

The European polymers producer Borealis is spending more than $7 million to expand capacity for AdBlue, a high-purity urea solution that converts nitrogen oxides emitted by diesel vehicles into nitrogen and water via selective catalytic reduction. The expansion will be in Linz, Austria, where the Borealis subsidiary Agrolinz Melamine International produces urea.

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