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CHLOR-ALKALI TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

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2022-2023 Chlor-Alkali industry review

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Supporting a
safe chlor-alkali industry for Europe

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Supporting a sustainable
chlor-alkali industry for Europe

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Supporting a successful chlor-alkali industry for Europe

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Euro Chlor News

MARCH 2024 CHLORINE PRODUCTION
03/05/2024

MARCH 2024 CHLORINE PRODUCTION

In March, the European chlorine production stood at 690,555 tonnes.
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EURO CHLOR LAUNCHES NEW VIDEO ON CHLOR-ALKALI USED IN TEETH AND SWIMMING POOLS
03/05/2024

EURO CHLOR LAUNCHES NEW VIDEO ON CHLOR-ALKALI USED IN TEETH AND SWIMMING POOLS

See how chlor-alkali helps to keep pool water clean and your teeth sparkling for happy photos!
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ROMAN FROM SPOLCHEMIE FEATURES AS ELEVENTH 17 CHLOR-ALKALI CAREERS INTERVIEWEE
03/05/2024

ROMAN FROM SPOLCHEMIE FEATURES AS ELEVENTH 17 CHLOR-ALKALI CAREERS INTERVIEWEE

He finds working in the chlor-alkali industry dynamic, diverse and constantly evolving.
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Member News

Isgec Heavy Engineering Limited becomes new partner
11/03/2024

Isgec Heavy Engineering Limited becomes new partner

The company manufactures over 375,000 Ton Containers and supplies used for varied liquifiable gases such as chlorine, ammonia, sulphur dioxide, refrigerant gases etc.
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Zero-emission hydrogen-powered ship to transport salt for Nobian
16/11/2023

Zero-emission hydrogen-powered ship to transport salt for Nobian

King Willem-Alexander and Prime Minister Wüst visit zero-emission ship on 14 November 2023
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Evonik hands over Lülsdorf site to ICIG
04/08/2023

Evonik hands over Lülsdorf site to ICIG

New site known as Lülsdorf Functional Solutions GmbH
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Energy

Energy is essential for the Chlor-Alkali industry

Uses and Innovations

Discover the thousands of applications of chlor-alkali

Safety First

Read more on best practices in safety, environment and health

17 successes

Meet some of the Europeans, whose success at work is all thanks to chlor-alkali chemistry…

01. The Animal Carer

Hypochlorite and other chlor-alkali chemicals help keep animal sanctuaries clean and their inhabitants healthy....read more

02. The Architect

Building the future with chlor-alkali chemistry....read more

03. The Dentist

Dentists use chlorine things to give us beautiful and healthy smiles....read more

04. The Dry-Cleaner

Chlorinated solvents are essential for dry-cleaners....read more

05. The Energy Expert

Powering Europe using chlor-alkali chemistry....read more

06. The Farmer

Using chlorine things to keep us all well fed....read more

07. The Firefighter

Heat, smoke, fire and water are no match for chlor-alkali chemistry....read more

08. The Hotelier

Hoteliers rely on polyurethane to give us a good night's sleep....read more

09. The IT Expert

From cables to microchips, chlorine things help keep us online....read more

10. The Mechanic

For safe, comfortable and reliable driving, use chlorine things!...read more

11. The Packager

Wrapping things up with chlor-alkali chemistry....read more

12. The Pharmacist

Chlor-alkali chemistry is used in the manufacture of 88% of all major medicines....read more

13. The Plumber

For clean drinking water and a nice warm bath, use chlorine things!...read more

14. The Police Officer

Polycarbonate face shields and Kevlar® body armour are chlorine things....read more

15. The Pool Attendant

Chlorine things like hypochlorite help keep our swimming pools and spas clean and germ-free....read more

16. The Surgeon

Surgeons rely on chlor-alkali chemistry to help repair our bodies....read more

17. The Window Seller

Keeping our homes warm and dry with chlor-alkali chemistry....read more

About Chlor-Alkali

Learn more about chlor-alkali, what makes it unique, the products, where it comes from and how it is made?

The element chlorine (Cl) is one of the 92 natural elements found on our planet. Have you ever heard of ‘Mendeleev’s Table’? Well, officially this table is called Periodic Table of the Elements. It shows all today’s known chemical elements. As such, you’ll find chlorine in the 17th column of this famous Table. Chlorine gas was first isolated in 1774 by the Swedish-German chemist, C. W. Scheele….

The Hydrogen tree
The Caustic Potash tree
The Caustic Soda tree
The Chlorine tree

Sector Groups of Interest

chlorinated alkanes
chlorinated solvents
sodium chlorate
Potassium
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