Just over a month after a major accident derailed K+S Potash Canada’s plan to bring its Legacy solution mine into production by the end of the year, the company has begun commissioning the massive $4.1 billion potash project.
“Legacy will make an important contribution to the future viability of K+S,” Ralf Bethke, chairman of the supervisory board of K+S AG, K+S Potash Canada’s parent company, said in a statement.
“The new plant will ensure that the company has access to high-grade resources for generations and will strengthen the position of K+S on the international potash market sustainably.”
Bethke, K+S AG Chairman Norbert Steiner and K+S Potash Canada president and CEO Ulrich Lamp “pressed the start button” this week during a visit to the site near Bethune, the company said in a news release.
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