Port of Anacortes staff members recently toured sulfur processing facilities near the intersection of Highway 20 and Farm to Market Road. Sulex, a Canadian-based company, is almost done building a storage facility that will allow increased production. Sulex, which converts a refinery byproduct to “prilled” sulfur signed an agreement to ship finished product across docks at the Port of Anacortes. It is estimated the Port could bring in first-year revenue of $1 million from the contract.
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