Koch Nitrogen to begin urea expansion project
The Koch Nitrogen facility in Enid is one of the largest fertilizer production plants in North America, producing ammonia, UAN (liquid fertilizer) and granular urea. It was built in 1974 and purchased by Koch Nitrogen in 2003. The site currently employs more than 150 people in the fields of engineering, operations and maintenance.
At the facility in Enid and at all Koch Nitrogen facilities, employees are committed to a safe work environment and strive to manage operations in a manner that protects the health and safety of employees, customers, contractors, the public and the environment. The fertilizer industry is highly regulated and Koch Nitrogen works with numerous federal, state and local regulatory agencies to main tain compliance with all laws and regulations at all times.
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