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Major Explosion and Fire Reported at Louisiana Chemical Plant

Posted by feww on June 13, 2013

Williams Olefins Chemical Plant Explodes

The explosion at the plant, located in the Geismar area, south of Baton Rouge was followed by a large fire. Injuries have been reported. 

The plant produces about 1.3 billion pounds of ethylene and 90 million pounds of polymer grade propylene, according to the Williams Olefine plant website.

Williams Olefins plant
Image: U.S. Environmental Services

 

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One Response to “Major Explosion and Fire Reported at Louisiana Chemical Plant”

  1. Jim Wood said

    Reblogged this on Time for Action.

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