Link: Solvay’s Longview Expansion Nears October Completion
(Longview, Wash., USA, September 26, 2016) There is an emerging pulp market that Solvay Chemicals is looking to capitalize on, and it’s the reason behind their $22-million expansion of their hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) production plant in Longview, Wash.
At the Longview Solvay plant
Also known as the pulp plus market, this emerging market uses alternative fiber technologies to produce pulp from other renewable sources, such as wheat straw, sugar cane residue, or other organic waste products.
Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is mainly used by the paper industry to bleach pulp. Its properties are also of interest to many markets like chemicals, food, textiles and the environment.
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Pictured Above: Blueprint of a myH2O2 Satellite Peroxide Production™ unit (courtesy Solvay)