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Kil

 

(from Turkish kil, “clay”), the name of a bentonitic clay found in the Upper Cretaceous deposits of the Crimea (near Simferopol’ and in the vicinity of Bakhchisarai). Kil has high adsorption; it was used for making soap that would lather in seawater. Kil formed as a result of the subaqueous decomposition (halmyrolysis) of volcanic ash layers.

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In June 2010, KIL completed its expansion project (involving capacity expansion of cement from 2,97,000 TPA to 5,94,000 TPA) with a delay of about eight months and incurring cost overrun of about Rs.
In response to market scenario KIL installed another 9,216 spindles in November 2009 at a project cost of Rs.
The cover put in place represents a significant improvement in value for money for tenants of KHA and KIL as premiums have been reduced by approximately 30 per cent in comparison with the previous contract.
The purchase will permit KIL to upgrade its technological know-how and develop its staff competency in geotechnical engineering.
KIL will buy the stake through its Singapore arm, KH Foges Pte Ltd.
Kil Waste Management AB, wholly owned subsidiary of Kils Energi AB intends to procure a loader in the current year 2016 according to specifications.
Kil Municipality and the municipality~s wholly owned companies Utilities Kil AB, Kilsbostder AB, Kilvision AB Kils Energi AB and Kil Waste Management AB and Crafts house AB invites by municipal auditors bidders to submit bids for audit services under this tender documentation.