Solvay Indupa to produce green PVC from end of 2010

Solvay Indupa plans to start producing 100,000 tpa of "green" polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from the end of 2010 in Santo André, São Paulo state. The company, a Brazilian subsidiary of Belgium-based chemical group Solvay, is currently constructing a sugarcane ethanol-based 60000 tpa ethylene plant, which will be used as feedstock in the PVC production chain. Along with this, the company will increase output by 50,000 tpa to 350,000 tpa of regular PVC, by 60,000 tpa to 360,000 tpa of vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), and by 65,000 tpa to 235,000 tpa of caustic soda, estimated to come online by H2-2010 or H1-2011.
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