Source: Pittsburgh Business Times      Paul J. Gough
Calgon Carbon Corp. has received a $16 million to $22 million contract to supply activated carbon for mercury removal at coal-fired power plants.
The name of the company wasn't disclosed but Calgon Carbon (NYSE: CCC) said it was a "major U.S. power generator" and the plants were in the Midwest. The two-year contract covers activated carbon to take mercury from the flue gas of the plants.

"We are extremely pleased with this customer’s decision to continue use of our FLUEPAC carbon. It clearly demonstrates confidence in the quality and reliability of our product to meet stringent state regulations for control of mercury emissions from power plant flue gas," Jim Sullivan, Calgon Carbon’s senior vice president – Americas’ operations, said in a prepared statement.

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