Report summaryThe Glogow I smelter was commissioned as a state enterprise in 1971 to treat concentrates from the companies Lubin, Polkowice and Rudna mines, and was expanded to 190kt/a copper in 1974. Through process +intensification and de-bottlenecking the present capacity is 194kt/a. In 1994 the acid plant was expanded and converted to double contact, and in late 1997 a US$33M de-sulphurisation plant was installed on the power plant during a six-week smelter maintenance shutdown. The boilers in the...
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