Chemifloc

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Chemifloc is a wholly Irish-owned bulk manufacturer of inorganic coagulants and a bulk chemical importer. Chemifloc operates out of two sites in Shannon and Foynes. The Shannon facility manufactures Aluminium and Ferric Sulfates; Ferric Nitrate and Blended Inorganic Coagulants.

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