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Only salt, water and electricity are needed to make chlorine, sodium hydroxide and hydrogen for all their important uses.
There are several technologies that can be used to split the raw materials up as detailed in this new information leaflet from the World Chlorine Council (WCC).
Learn more about this important chemistry and the recent changes in the production of chlorine that make it even more sustainable.