The Octel Amlwch site was located to enable bromine to be extracted from sea water. This bromine was converted to dibromoethane (DBE) which was then transported to other sites in the company where it was used in the manufacture of leaded fuel anti knock compound.
The history of some of these other sites is described in these pages.
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