SNC Lavalin wins emissions treatment contract
The engineering mega company's fertilizer division will provide the process design, basic and detailed engineering services
MONTREAL—SNC-Lavalin has won a second engineering and procurement contract to build a new gas emissions treatment facility at a nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) fertilizer production plant in Târgu Mures, Romania.
The company’s Fertilizer division will provide the process design, basic and detailed engineering services, equipment, training and assistance during the commissioning and start-up stages.
The value of the deal was not disclosed.
Azomures, part of the Ameropa group, is one of the leading fertilizer producers in Romania, supplying more than 10 million tonnes of fertilizer to its customers around the world each year.
Once fully operational the facility is expected to treat a total of 183,000 normal cubic metres of polluted air every hour. NPK fertilizers, also known as complex fertilizers, are one of the most commonly used chemical fertilizers.