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Solvay invests in cogeneration unit at Bernburg soda ash plant

By Mary Page Bailey |

Solvay S.A. (Brussels, Belgium; www.solvay.com) announced a €48-million investment in the modernization of the gas cogeneration unit in its soda ash & bicarbonate plant based in Bernburg, Germany. This investment secures the longterm position of the site and increases its competitiveness, while maintaining the current production capacity. It is also in line with Solvay’s commitment to sustainable development and CO2 intensity reduction.

 “With this new project, Solvay reiterates its commitment to serve its customers and answer their needs, by providing reliable and competitive supply of high-quality soda ash and sodium bicarbonate”, said Christophe Clemente, President of Solvay’s Global Business Unit Soda Ash & Derivatives.

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