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Slaughter house

Key figures before Kemira

Customer concerns are:

✔️ P removal
✔️ COD removal
✔️ N removal
✔️ RO Membranes shelf life
✔️ Coagulant availability
✔️ H 2 S condensation in the storage tank (concrete destruction)

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Changes done

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Key figures after change

Customer satisfaction is:

✔️ P removal has increased by 60%
✔️ COD removal has increased by 20%
✔️ The total cost has decreased by 40% (NaOH decreased by 90%, cationic DPAM has been converted by steam injection)
✔️ RO Membranes shelf life has increased (less iron fouling)
✔️ Coagulant availability has increased (2 choices of product)
✔️ H 2 S is under control

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Business development

After building trust with customers, new opportunities have been developed:

1) July 2009: Tessenderlo Ferric chloride converted to PAX 18 at Cooper Montfort (Slaughterhouse)
2) Dec 2009: FENNOFLOC 40/10 for grease removal at Cooper Saint Brieuc (Salting plant)
3) Jan. 2010: BASF Ciba ADPAM converted to Superfloc A130 HWM for grease removal at Cooperl Lamballe (Slaughterhouse)
4) Feb. 2010: H2S Control (PIX 211) at Cooperl Montfort (Slaughterhouse)
5) March 2010: Defoamer conversion to Bevaloid 5000 at Cooperl Lamballe
6) Under consolidation: Nalco ADPAM converted to PAX 18 + Superfloc A130 HMW at Cooperl pigsties during the cold season