Yara Sluiskil BV, a subsidiary of the Norwegian Yara International ASA produces Nitrogen fertilizers and chemicals for environmental and food industry applications. Yara Sluiskil has the largest production of ammonia and nitrate fertilizers in Europe.

The majority of the final products are sold on the European market. A smaller portion is sold overseas, mainly North and South America. Since 1929 the company is located at the Ghent to Terneuzen canal and has currently about 550 employees.
During the manufacturing process Yara Sluiskil pays special attention to the reduction of environmental impact and strives for the highest possible energy efficiency and lowest possible emissions. Good monitoring of emissions is essential.
Yara uses steam distillation techniques of Behr-Labortechnik in order to achieve these goals.
In 2007 the steam distillation systems type S3 have been supplied and installed by Anaspec Solutions and are still functioning satisfactory. These systems determine the Nitrogen content in the waste water. The analyses are carried out as defined by government regulations. The commitment and services of Anaspec Solutions has always been experienced as positive.

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