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Orica cuts 250,000t of Kooragang Island GHG, gets hydrogen help

ORICA says it has eliminated the first 250,000t of carbon dioxide equivalent from its Kooragang Island manufacturing facility thanks to an Australia-first deployment of tertiary catalyst abatement technology.

One of the tertiary abatement reactors fitted to Orica's Kooragang Island manufacturing plant.

One of the tertiary abatement reactors fitted to Orica's Kooragang Island manufacturing plant.

It has also moved its Hunter Valley Hydrogen Hub project forward with the NSW government signing a $45 million funding agreement to build it. On the greenhouse gas emissions front, the installation...

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