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2012-02-28 13:33:05 First Oxygen Filling Plant Sprouts in Adama [Addis Fortune] Universal Gas, a private company affiliated with Ecclesia Memorial Hospital, has opened a filling plant in Adama (Nazareth), 98km east of Addis Abeba in Oromia Regional State, which is the first of such facilities for the town. The plant is built to fill oxygen and nitrogen gases, although managers of the plant foresee the potential to add carbon dioxide, helium, and argon gases in the future.

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