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Cinis Fertilizer granted building permit for production facility in Köpmanholmen

Cinis Fertilizer has been granted a building permit for its first production facility in Köpmanholmen, south of Örnsköldsvik. The production plant will produce 100,000 tons of fossil-free and circular potassium sulfate.

Cinis Fertilizer is planning the construction of its first production facility for fossil-free and circular potassium sulfate in Köpmanholmen, south of Örnsköldsvik. The company's building permit application has now been approved by the Planning and Community Development Committee (Samhällsbyggnadsnämnden) in Örnsköldsvik municipality.

- The granted building permit is an important milestone in the establishment of our first production facility. We look forward to starting the construction of a facility for sustainable mineral fertilizer production and becoming a long-term player in Köpmanholmen, says Jakob Liedberg, CEO and founder of Cinis Fertilizer.

- We are very positive about the fact that Cinis Fertilizer has been granted a building permit. This means that we have now taken an important step closer to the ultimate goal of a green production facility and many new jobs in the municipality, says Per Nylén (S), chairman of the municipal executive committee.


For more information, please contact:
Charlotte Becker, IR and Communications Director Cinis Fertilizer
+ 46 730 37 07 07 

About Cinis Fertilizer

Cinis Fertilizer is a Swedish green tech company aiming to produce the world’s most environmentally friendly mineral fertilizer, potassium sulphate (SOP), by recycling industrial waste products from the pulp & paper industry as well as the car battery manufacturing industry. The patent protected technology will use half as much energy as today’s production methods and the result is a fossil-free fertilizer with a close to zero carbon footprint, a unique and circular contribution enabling sustainable agriculture. For more information, visit 


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