Iran’s Urmia Petrochemical Company receives environmental certificate
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 16
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
Urmia Petrochemical Company, located in Iran’s West Azerbaijan province, has received an environmental certificate, said Karim Deljavan, managing director of the Urmia Petrochemical Company, Trend reports referring to the Iranian Investment Petrochemical Group’s website.
Deljavan said that the certificate was issued by the General Directorate for Environmental Protection of West Azerbaijan province.
The director added that the plant of the company has a gas analyzer system that measures the pollution of the environment.
“At the same time, the sulfuric acid unit will also prevent the spread of environmental pollutants,” Deljavan said.
The director noted the recycling of the plant’s industrial waste, prevention of industrial waste collection and reduction of water consumption were the reasons for issuing the certificate.
Urmia Petrochemical Company is one of the companies related to the Iranian Investment Petrochemical Group. The company has the potential to produce 94,000 tons of melamine crystals, ammonium sulfate and sulfuric acid per year.
Construction of two units for producing 40,000 tons of potassium sulfate and 50,000 tons of hydrochloric acid per year is underway with new investments at the Urmia Petrochemical Company.
These units are reported to have 95 percent progress in construction and they will be commissioned by the end of this Iranian year (March 21, 2020).