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Solvay develops energy efficiency projects to improve the production process of adipic acid

Solvay polyamide and intermediate company plans to invest in the adipic acid plant located in Charente, France. This investment is mainly used to reduce the energy consumption generated during the production of the plant

it is reported that this investment will improve the production process of adipic acid, which is also part of the strategic plan of Rhodia polyamide and intermediates, highlighting Solvay's commitment to sustainable development and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Several EU countries, South Korea and New Zealand also intend to start to implement the ban on emissions. "This project will reduce the use of 8 megawatts of energy every year, and will also reduce the emission of 11000 tons of carbon dioxide every year," said Christophe Bertrand, an engineer of Rhodia polyamide and intermediates. In order to cooperate with the launch of this project, the plant will close the adipic acid production line in the fourth quarter of 2013, which will last for one month

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Solvay is an internationally renowned chemical, plastic and pharmaceutical group, founded in 1863 and headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. The group has 400 branches in 50 countries around the world, and the company is divided into four departments: the Ministry of chemical industry, the Ministry of medicine, the Ministry of plastics and the Ministry of plastic products processing

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