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Bunbury Pigment Plant

Nov 18, 2019

The Bunbury Pigment Plant is made up of two sites – Kemerton and Australind. The Kemerton plant occupies a 55-hectare site that it shares with satellite plants supplying raw materials such as chlorine, caustic soda, gaseous oxygen and nitrogen. The Bunbury Pigment Plant produces TiO₂ through the chloride process, which uses chlorine to react with titanium-bearing ores.

869 Marriott Road, Kemerton Industrial Park 6233, Western Australia, Australia

139 Old Coast Road, Australind 6233, Western Australia, Australia

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