Solvay and United Chemical to study site for Kazakh hydrogen peroxide plant
Solvay has team-up with United Chemical (UCC) to examine construction of new hydrogen peroxide capacity in Kazakhstan, which would supply the substance to Kazakh companies and customers in other Central Asian countries.
UCC has been commissioned by Kazakhstan’s Government to develop the chemical industry in the country and support the country’s economy.
The government will make its decision on the construction of a hydrogen peroxide plant in the country using Solvay technology, based on the outcome of the feasibility study report.
Solvay is reported to have developed a new technology for on-site H2O2 plants recently called myH2O2 concept.
The company claims that its Solvay’s myH2O2 Satellite Peroxide production units are safe, reliable and viable operation technology has been developed using multiple patented innovations in process intensification and in compact, skid-mounted design.
Solvay further explained that its myH2O2 technology has been designed and developed for large remote consumers of hydrogen peroxide.
The company has been offering products and customised services to the pulp, chemicals, aquaculture, food, mining, and wastewater treatment, as well as textile industries.
Solvay has 17 plants that are spread across various parts of the globe including North and South America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australia.
It also owns the world’s largest hydrogen peroxide plant located in Map Ta Phut (Thailand).