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Planning progress continues on nitrogen fertilizer plant

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JAMESTOWN -- CHS, a supplier of agricultural products, announced Friday that it has applied for air permits for its nitrogen fertilizer plant proposed for the Spiritwood Energy Park.


The permits relate to air emissions from the proposed plant, involve regulatory approval from state and federal agencies, and could take up to a year to process.

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