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Rock Island River Terminal is celebrating the grand opening of a new fertilizer storage plant on Mill Street in Davenport, Iowa on Tuesday, July 2, 2013.

The $8.5 million dollar project doubles the capacity of the terminal's former plant and can store more than 40,000 tons of fertilizer product.

It's proximity to the Mississippi is also expected to improve access to the Iowa Interstate Railroad, and the highway.

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