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Dyce Chemical Works

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Dyce Chemical Works (Milnes of Dyce) consisted of a sulphuric acid production plant and a granular fertiliser plant (superphosphate based fertiliser). The site was between Pitmedden Road and the railway line. The photograph shows the fertiliser stored in polythene bags, which replaced hessian sacks. The stows were hand-produced by using conveyors and men. They were then covered by large sheets of polythene to prevent the bags from becoming dirty in appearance.
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