Production of Aluminum at Arvida, Quebec

CIM Bulletin1933
WITHIN the last quarter of a century the Lake St. John-Saguenay valley has been converted from a quiet agricultural district to one of the important industrial centres in the Dominion. First there was the expansion -of the pulp and paper industry, and then, starting a little over ten years, a go, the development, in large .blocks, of the enormous hydro-electric power resources of the Saguenay river. Coincident with this power development, the world aluminum industry was rapidly expanding and looking for a new source of cheap power.
Keywords: Aluminum, ALuMINUM Aluminum, Aluminum Company of Canada, Arvida, bauxite, ingot, Canada, Canadian, Electrodes, Furnaces, metals, Plants, Power, Production
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