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CALGON CARBON CORPORATION ISSUES ANNOUNCEMENT

 CALGON CARBON CORPORATION ISSUES ANNOUNCEMENT
 PITTSBURGH, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Calgon Carbon Corporation


(NYSE: CCC) today announced the signing of an agreement in principle with Trans-Pacific Carbon Corporation to acquire its reactivation and powdered activated carbon manufacturing facility in Blue Lake, Calif.
 The transaction is expected to be finalized in the second quarter.
 The Blue Lake plant provides carbon reactivation services to industrial customers, primarily on the West Coast. It also produces powdered activated carbon which is sold to municipal water treatment plants for decolorization and taste and odor removal. This purchase supports the corporation's long-term strategy to address the growing need for reactivation services worldwide.
 Calgon Carbon currently operates reactivation facilities in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Belgium and England.
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 /CONTACT: G.A. Gerono, manager of investor relations for Calgon Carbon Corporation, 412-787-6700/
 (CCC) CO: Calgon Carbon Corporation ST: Pennsylvania IN: SU: TNM


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