In February 2018 econ industries started the on-site conversion of mercury. The first job brought the econ team with the mobile econ mercury conversion plant to a former chlor-alkali plant in Eastern Europe. There, excess mercury from the former mercury cell process is now being converted to pure, red mercury sulphide (HgS). The mercury sulphide is then safely disposed at certified underground disposal facilities. The quality of the produced mercury sulphide is controlled by a third party and meets the required quality standards.
The on-site conversion allows the client to maintain full control over the mercury and illegal mercury export is safely prevented. In addition, the transport of liquid, toxic mercury is not required.
With the first project close to completion new jobs are waiting. With two additional projects the mobile econ mercury conversion plant is fully booked until Q2 2019.
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