Orbite Aluminae completes first phase of alumina plant construction in Canada

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Monday, 08 September 2014

By concluding the first phase of the construction project of its high purity alumina plant in Quebec, the Canadian company is on track to start producing alumina in 2015 through an innovative low-cost process, which uses a feedstock of aluminous clay; kaolin; bauxite; red mud; and fly ash.

Canada’s Orbite Aluminae has completed the first phase of construction of its high purity alumina (HPA) plant at Cap-Chat in Quebec, Canada.

The company has concluded the structural reinforcement of the HPA building and it is now ready to install the calcination equipment that was provided by Finland-based processing...

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