Calgon


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Calgon

(ˈkælɡɒn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) trademark a chemical compound, sodium hexametaphosphate, with water-softening properties, used in detergents
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announced it has completed its acquisition of Calgon Carbon Corporation (Calgon Carbon).
TYO: 3405) has closed its acquisition of US-based activated carbon manufacturer and water treatment specialist Calgon Carbon Corp.
The acquisition was completed through a merger of a newly-created subsidiary of Kuraray with and into Calgon Carbon, with Calgon Carbon as the surviving corporation.
Calgon Carbon Corporation (NYSE: CCC) and California Water Service (Cal Water) have signed a system supply contract valued at USD 13.
Parfums de Coeur, owner of the Calgon bath and beauty brand, is making some additions to its Calgon fragrance lineup.
CALGON EXPANDS AND REPACKAGES: Parfurns de Coeur, maker of the Calgon bath and beauty brand, has announced plans to expand its fragrance and beauty bar soap lineup and to revamp its package design.
The new Calgon look showcases vivid colors, bold imagery and a luxurious overall look with accents of gold throughout the packaging, say officials for the brand.
The original version of Calgon consisted of sodium hexametaphosphate, a chemical that would sequester calcium--it appeared to be gone
Joseph Aspirin and the rollout of two new Calgon bath and body collections.
Calgon Carbon Corporation (Calgon) (NYSE: CC), a global leader in services and solutions for making water and air safer and cleaner, has launched a new corporate logo.
Calgon Carbon Corporation has been awarded a contract by a major U.
Pittsburgh, PA-based Calgon Carbon Corporation, a "global leader in services and solutions for making air and water cleaner and safer," recently announced it has completed a licensing agreement with Shell Global Solutions, Inc.