Fluid Catalytic Cracking FCC Developments in the middle east refineries
Al Dahra Agriculture has entered into an agreement with W. R. Grace & Co. , a US based company to build a Fluid Catalytic Cracking facility in Middle East.
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#1 Jul 5, 2013
WR GRACE is no angel. It destroys the environment by making asbestos long time ago. There will be more hazardous chemicals that will harm the residents. Now they want to expending their business to destroy the River Hill Village. They should stop and Howard County Government changed the zoning to allow them destroying the county.
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