Summary of the Project

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Summary of the Project 1. Introduction M/s. Neogen Chemicals Ltd. is a new unit located at Plot No. Z/96/B SEZ Dahej, District: Bharuch, Gujarat. Now, the unit proposes to manufacture different type of synthetic organic dyes and pesticide products at above sited address. 2. Total Land Area Total plot area is 43639 m2. 3. Cost of Project: Total Cost of the proposed project is around Rs. 55 crore, out of which 5 crore be used for Environment Management System. 4. Production Capacity Production capacity is prescribe below: List of Products Sr.

Name of Products

No. 1

Quantity (MT/Year)

(MT/month)

Bromination and Chlorination of Alcohols

1.1.

Ethyl Bromide

1.2.

n-Propyl Bromide

1.3.

Iso Propyl Bromide

1.4.

n-Butyl Bromide

1.5.

Iso Butyl Bromide

1.6.

Sec-Butyl Bromide

1.7.

n-Hexyl Bromide

1.8.

n-Heptyl Bromide

1.9.

n-Octyl Bromide

3500

291.67

1.10. n-Decyl Bromide 1.11. Lauryl Bromide 1.12. Cetyl Bromide 1.13. Myristyl Bromide 1.14. Stearyl Bromide

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Name of Products

No.

Quantity (MT/Year)

(MT/month)

1.15. 1,2 Dibromo Ethane 1.16. 1,3 Dibromo Propane 1.17. 1,4 Dibromo Butane 1.18. 1,5 Dibromo pentane 1.19. 1,6 Dibromo Hexane 1.20. 1 Chloro 2 Ethyl Hexane 1.21. 6 Chloro 1 Hexanol 1.22. 3 Chloro Propanol 1.23. 1,6 Dichloro Hexane 1.24. Cyclo Propyl Methyl Bromide 1.25. Cyclo Pentyl Bromide 1.26. Cyclo Pentyl Chloride 2.

Bromination of Organic Acids and Esterification thereof

2.1.

2 Bromo propionic Acid

2.2.

2 Bromo Propionyl Bromide

2.3.

5 Bromo Valeric Acid

2.4.

2 Bromo Hexanoic Acid

2.5.

Sodium 2 Bromo Propionate

2.6.

Ethyl 3 Bromo Propionate

2.7.

Methyl 2 Bromo Butyrate

2.8.

Ethyl 2 Bromo Butyrate

2.9.

Ethyl 4 Bromo Butyrate

3500

291.67

2.10. Methyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate 2.11. Ethyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate 2.12. Iso Propyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate 2.13. Ethyl 2 Bromo Valerate 2.14. Methyl 2 Bromo valerate 2.15. Ethyl 5 Bromo Valerate 2.16. Tert-Butyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate M/s. Neogen Chemicals Ltd.

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Sr.

Name of Products

No.

Quantity (MT/Year)

(MT/month)

2.17. Methyl 2 Bromo Caproate 3.

Grignards Formation from Organic Halides

3.1.

Methyl Magnesium Chloride 3M in THF

3.2.

Methyl Magnesium Bromide 1.5M in THF

3.3.

Ethyl Magnesium Chloride 2M in THF

3.4.

Ethyl Magnesium Bromide 2M in THF

3.5.

Vinyl Magnesium Bromide in 1M in THF

3.6.

Isopropyl Magnesium Chloride 1M in THF

3.7.

Phenyl Magnesium Bromide 2M in THF

3.8.

n-Butyl Magnesium Chloride 1M in THF

3.9.

Iso Propyl Magnesium Chloride–Li Cl Complex 1.3M in THF

1000

83.33

2000

166.67

3.10. Iso Propyl Magnesium Bromide 1M in THF 4.

Halogen Exchange Reactions

4.1.

1 Bromo 2 Chloro Ethane

4.2.

1 Bromo 4 Chloro Butane

4.3.

1 Bromo 5 Chloro Pentane

4.4.

1 Bromo 6 Chloro Hexane

4.5.

1 Bromo 1 Fluoro Methane

4.6.

Dibromo Methane

4.7.

Bromo Chloro Methane

4.8.

Ethyl 5 Iodo Valerate

4.9.

2 Bromo Hepta Fluoro Propane

5.

Addition of Halogen and Halogen Acids across Double Bonds

5.1.

1,2 Di Bromo Ethane

5.2.

Phenyl Ethyl Bromide

5.3.

1 Bromo 3 Chloro Propane

5.4.

n-Hexyl Bromide

5.5.

n-Octyl Bromide

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208.33

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Name of Products

No.

Quantity (MT/Year)

5.6.

n-Decyl Bromide

5.7.

Cyclo Pentyl Bromide

5.8.

Cyclo Pentyl Chloride

5.9.

1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloro Propane

(MT/month)

5.10. 1,2 Dibromo Hexa Fluoro Propane 6

Bromination or Chlorination of Cyclic and Aromatic Compounds with or Without Functional Groups

6.1.

Bromo Benzene

6.2.

Di Bromo Benzene

6.3.

Ethyl 4 Bromo Methyl Benzoate

6.4.

1 Bromo 4 Chloro Benzene

6.5.

p- Bromo Toluene

6.6.

4 Bromo O Xylene

6.7.

2 Chloro 1,4 Naphthaquinone

6.8.

1 Bromo 4 Fluoro Benzene

6.9.

4 Bromo Methyl 2 Cyano Biphenyl (Bromo OTBN)

2500

208.33

6.10. 1 Bromo 3,4 Dichloro Benzene 7

Dehydrohalogenation of Organic Halides Optionally with or without functional Group

7.1.

Vinyl Bromide

7.2.

Vinyl Bromide in THF 25%

7.3.

Vinyl Chloride

7.4.

4 Bromo 1 Butene

7.5.

6 Bromo 1 Hexene

7.6.

7 Bromo 1 Heptene

7.7.

8 Bromo 1 Octene

8

1000

83.33

Advance Intermediates from Category 1 to 7

8.1.

6 Methoxy Naphthaldehyde

8.2.

2 Fluoro 5 Bromo Benzonitrile

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166.67

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Sr.

Name of Products

Quantity

No.

(MT/Year)

8.3.

Ethyl 4- (dimethyl amino) Butyrate

8.4.

Bromo Acetal

8.5.

6 Bromo Hexyl Trimethyl Ammonium bromide

8.6.

1 Bromo 3 Phenoxy Propane

8.7.

6 Chloro 2 Hexanone

8.8.

n-Octyl Amine

8.9.

Bifenthrin Alcohol

(MT/month)

8.10. Ethyl 7 Chloro 2 Oxo Heptanoate 8.11. 1 Bromo 6 Methyl Heptane 8.12. Methyl 3 Oxo Pentanoate 9

Lithium Carbonate or Hydroxide reaction with Inorganic or Organic Acids

9.1.

Lithium Bromide 55%

9.2.

Lithium Bromide Anhydrous

9.3.

Lithium Chloride 40%

9.4.

Lithium Chloride Anhydrous

9.5.

Lithium Nitrate

9.6.

Lithium Sulphate

9.7.

Lithium Molybdate 20%

9.8.

Lithium Acetate

9.9.

Lithium Iodide

2000

166.67

5000

416.67

120

10

20120

1676.7

9.10. Lithium Fluoride 10

Hydrobromic Acid from Bromine

10.1. Hydrogen Bromide 48% to 62% 10.2. Hydrogen Bromide 20% in IPA 10.3. Hydrogen Bromide 30% in Acetic Acid 10.4. Hydrogen Bromide Anhydrous R & D products Total

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Sr.

Name of Products

No. 11

Quantity (MT/Year)

(MT/month)

5000

416.67

700

58.4

Co-Products:

11.1. Sodium Bromide 11.2. Zinc Bromide 11.3. Potassium Bromide 11.4. Calcium Bromide 11.5. Magnesium Bromide 11.6. NaHSO3 11.7. HCl 11.8. Spent HBr And/or Liquid Bromine (Recovered from above coproduct) 5. List of Raw Materials List of raw materials is given below: Sr. No.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

1. Bromination and Chlorination of Alcohols 1.1.

1.2.

1.3.

1.4.

Ethyl Bromide Ethyl Alcohol

0.465

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.790

n Propyl Bromide n- Propyl Alcohol

0.568

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.099

Iso Propyl Bromide Iso - Propyl Alcohol

0.530

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.370

n Butyl Bromide n- Butyl Alcohol

0.642

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.155

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Sr. No. 1.5.

1.6.

1.7.

1.8.

1.9.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Iso Butyl Bromide Iso - Butyl Alcohol

0.584

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.175

Sec-Butyl Bromide sec-Butyl Alcohol

0.581

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.913

n-Hexyl Bromide n-Hexyl Alcohol

0.687

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.154

n-Heptyl Bromide n-Heptyl Alcohol

0.710

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.139

n-Octyl Bromide n Octyl Alcohol

0.736

Hydrobromic Acid

1.765

1.10. n-Decyl Bromide n- Decyl Alcohol

0.796

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.305

1.11. Lauryl Bromide Lauryl Alcohol

0.809

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.121

1.12. Cetyl Bromide Cetyl Alcohol

0.841

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

0.927

1.13. Myristyl Bromide Myristyl Alcohol

0.832

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.231

1.14. Stearyl Bromide Stearyl Alcohol

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0.927

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Sr. No.

Name of Raw Materials Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

Quantity (MT/MT) 0.899

1.15. 1,2 Dibromo Ethane Ethylene Glycol

0.360

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.951

1.16. 1,3 Dibromo Propane 1,3 Propanediol

0.412

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.693

1.17. 1,4 Dibromo Butane 1,4 Butanediol

0.458

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.541

1.18. 1,5 Dibromo pentane 1,5 Pentanediol

0.488

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.402

1.19. 1,6 Dibromo Hexane 1,6 Hexanediol

0.546

Bromine

0.732

1.20. 1 Chloro 2 Ethyl Hexane 2 Ethyl Hexanol

0.956

Thionyl Chloride

0.985

1.21. 6 Chloro 1 Hexanol 1,6 Hexanediol

0.946

HCl (20%)

5.138

1.22. 3 Chloro Propanol 1,3 Propanediol

0.892

Thionyl Chloride

1.396

1.23. 1,6 Dichloro Hexane 1,6 Hexanediol

0.864

Thionyl Chloride

1.742

1.24. Cyclo Propyl Methyl Bromide

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Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Cyclo Propyl Methyl Alcohol

0.584

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.281

1.25. Cyclo Pentyl Bromide Cyclo Pentyl Alcohol

0.626

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

2.003

1.26. Cyclo Pentyl Chloride Cyclo Pentyl Alcohol

0.907

Hydrochloric Acid (20%)

5.783

2. Bromination of Organic Acids and Esterification thereof 2.1.

2.2.

2.3.

2.4.

2.5.

2.6.

2 Bromo propionic Acid Propionic Acid

0.520

Bromine

1.125

2 Bromo Propionyl Bromide Propionyl Bromide

0.696

Bromine

0.813

5 Bromo Valeric Acid Valerolactone

0.606

Hydrobromic Acid

1.332

2 Bromo Hexanoic Acid n- Hexanoic Acid

0.611

Bromine

0.843

Sodium 2 Bromo Propionate Propionic Acid

0.456

Bromine

0.986

Sodium Methoxide

1.109

Ethyl 3 Bromo Propionate Propiolactone

0.640

Hydrogen Bromide (48%)

1.825

Ethanol

0.785

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Sr. No. 2.7.

2.8.

2.9.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Methyl 2 Bromo Butyrate n-Butyric Acid

0.484

Bromine

0.880

Methanol

0.413

Ethyl 2 Bromo Butyrate n-Butyric Acid

0.472

Bromine

0.859

Ethanol

0.568

Ethyl 4 Bromo Butyrate Butryolactone

0.450

Hydrogen Bromide (48%)

1.235

Ethanol

0.541

2.10. Methyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate Iso-Butyric Acid

0.514

Bromine

0.935

Methanol

0.382

2.11. Ethyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate Iso-Butyric Acid

0.472

Bromine

0.859

Ethanol

0.568

2.12. Iso Propyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate Iso - Butyric Acid

0.469

Bromine

0.852

Iso Propyl Alcohol

0.514

2.13. Ethyl 2 Bromo Valerate Valeric Acid

0.489

Bromine

0.768

Ethanol

0.511

2.14. Methyl 2 Bromo Valerate

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Sr. No.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Valeric Acid

0.553

Bromine

0.868

Methanol

0.381

2.15. Ethyl 5 Bromo Valerate Valerolactone

0.506

Hydrobromic Acid

1.113

Ethanol

0.484

2.16. Tert-Butyl 2 Bromo Iso Butyrate Iso Butyric Acid

0.407

Bromine

0.739

t Butyl Alcohol

1.062

2.17. Methyl 2 Bromo Caproate n- Hexanoic Acid

0.616

Bromine

0.849

Methanol

0.357

3. Grignards Formation from Organic Halides 3.1.

3.2.

3.3.

3.4.

Methyl Magnesium Chloride 3M in THF n-Octyl Bromide

0.193

Magnesium

0.024

THF Solution

0.783

Methyl Magnesium Bromide 1.5M in THF Methyl Bromide

0.146

Magnesium

0.037

THF Solution

0.818

Ethyl Magnesium Chloride 2M in THF Ethyl Chloride

0.141

Magnesium

0.053

THF Solution

0.806

Ethyl Magnesium Bromide 2M in THF

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Sr. No.

3.5.

3.6.

3.7.

3.8.

3.9.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Ethyl Bromide

0.218

Magnesium

0.048

THF Solution

0.734

Vinyl Magnesium Bromide in 1M in THF Vinyl Bromide

0.113

Magnesium

0.024

THF Solution

0.863

Isopropyl Magnesium Chloride 1M in THF Iso Propyl Chloride

0.087

Magnesium

0.027

THF Solution

0.886

Phenyl Magnesium Bromide 2M in THF Phenyl Bromide

0.302

Magnesium

0.045

THF Solution

0.653

n-Butyl Magnesium Chloride 1M in THF n-Butyl Chloride

0.103

Magnesium

0.026

THF Solution

0.870

Iso Propyl Magnesium Chloride–LiCl Complex 1.3M in THF Iso Propyl Chloride

0.085

Magnesium

0.026

Lithium Chloride

0.046

THF Solution

0.843

3.10. Iso Propyl Magnesium Bromide 1M in THF Iso Propyl Bromide

0.130

Magnesium

0.025

THF Solution

0.845

4. Halogen Exchange Reactions

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Sr. No. 4.1.

4.2.

4.3.

4.4.

4.5.

4.6.

4.7.

4.8.

4.9.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

1 Bromo 2 Chloro Ethane 1,2 - Di Bromo Ethane

1.480

Sodium Chloride

0.461

1 Bromo 4 Chloro Butane 1,4 - Di Bromo Butane

1.452

Sodium Chloride

0.393

1 Bromo 5 Chloro Pentane 1,5 - Di Bromo Pentane

1.144

Sodium Chloride

0.292

1 Bromo 6 Chloro Hexane 1,6 - Di Bromo Hexane

1.405

Sodium Chloride

0.338

1 Bromo 1 Fluoro Methane 1,1 - Di Bromo Methane

1.649

Sodium Fluoride

0.399

Dibromo Methane Methylene Di Chloride

0.525

Sodium Bromide

1.271

Bromo Chloro Methane 1,1 - Di Bromo Methane

1.456

Sodium Chloride

0.490

Ethyl 5 Iodo Valerate 5 Bromo Valeric Acid Ethyl Ester

0.906

Sodium Iodide

0.650

2 Bromo Hepta Fluoro Propane 1,2 Dibromo Hexa Fluoro Propane

1.377

Potassium Fluoride (30%)

0.858

5. Addition of Halogen and Halogen Acids across Double Bonds 5.1.

1,2 Di Bromo Ethane

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Sr. No.

5.2.

5.3.

5.4.

5.5.

5.6.

5.7.

5.8.

5.9.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Vinyl Bromide

0.616

Hydrogen Bromide

0.466

Phenyl Ethyl Bromide Phenyl Ethene

0.652

Hydrobromic Acid

0.433

1 Bromo 3 Chloro Propane Allyl Chloride

0.533

Hydrogen Bromide

0.564

n-Hexyl Bromide n- Hexene

0.561

Hydrogen Bromide

0.541

n-Octyl Bromide n- Octene

0.638

Hydrogen Bromide

0.462

n-Decyl Bromide n- Decene

0.692

Hydrogen Bromide

0.401

Cyclo Pentyl Bromide Cyclo Pentene

0.915

Hydrobromic Acid

0.591

Cyclo Pentyl Chloride Cyclo Pentene

1.322

Hydrobromic Acid

0.381

1,2 Dibromo 3 Chloro Propane 2,3 Di Brome Propene

0.926

Hydrochloric Acid

0.169

5.10. 1,2 Dibromo Hexa Fluoro Propane Hexa Fluoro Propane

0.520

Bromine

0.555

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Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

6. Bromination or Chlorination of Cyclic and Compounds with or Without Functional Groups 6.1.

6.2.

6.3.

6.4.

6.5.

6.6.

6.7.

6.8.

6.9.

Aromatic

Bromo Benzene Benzene

0.546

Bromine

1.118

Di Bromo Benzene Benzene

0.364

Bromine

1.488

Ethyl 4 Bromo Methyl Benzoate 4 Methyl Benzoic Acid

0.617

Bromine

0.725

Ethanol

0.209

1 Bromo 4 Chloro Benzene Chloro Benzene

0.640

Bromine

0.911

p- Bromo Toluene Toluene

1.312

Bromine

0.940

4 Bromo O Xylene O - Xylene

0.627

Bromine

0.946

2 Chloro 1,4 Naphthaquinone 1,4 Naphthaquinone

0.897

Chlorine

0.403

1 Bromo 4 Fluoro Benzene Fluoro Benzene

0.597

Bromine

0.995

4 Bromo Methyl 2 Cyano Biphenyl (Bromo OTBN) OTBN

0.909

Bromine

0.455

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Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

Methylene Dichloride

5.909

Hydrogen peroxide (30%)

0.745

Ethyl Acetate

2.273

6.10. 1 Bromo 3,4 Dichloro Benzene 1,2 Dichloro Benzene

0.717

Bromine

0.780

7. Dehydro-halogenation of Organic Halides Optionally with or without functional Group 7.1.

7.2.

7.3.

7.4.

7.5.

7.6.

Vinyl Bromide 1,2 Dibromo Ethane

1.861

NaOH

0.396

Methanol

0.198

Vinyl Bromide in THF 25% 1,2 Dibromo Ethane

1.422

NaOH

0.304

Methanol

0.152

THF

0.270

Vinyl Chloride 1,2 Dichloro Ethane

1.715

NaOH

0.692

Methanol

0.304

4 Bromo 1 Butene 1,4 Dibromo Butane

1.699

NaOH

0.314

Methanol

0.175

6 Bromo 1 Hexene 1,6 Dibromo Hexane

1.562

NaOH

0.256

Methanol

0.160

7 Bromo 1 Heptene

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7.7.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

1,7 Dibromo Heptane

1.527

NaOH

0.237

Methanol

0.158

8 Bromo 1 Octene 1,8 Dibromo Octane

1.479

NaOH

0.217

Methanol

0.132

8. Advance Intermediates from Category 1 to 7 8.1.

8.2.

8.3.

8.4.

8.5.

6 Methoxy Naphthaldehyde Naphthaldehyde

0.777

Bromine

0.874

Sodium Methoxide

0.295

Oxygen

0.174

Methanol

0.689

2 Fluoro 5 Bromo Benzonitrile 2 Chloro Benzonitrile

0.762

Potassium Fluoride (30%)

1.072

Bromine

0.888

Ethyl 4- (dimethyl amino) Butyrate Ethyl 4 Bromo Butyrate

1.235

Dimethyl Amine

0.570

Ethyl Acetate

1.332

Bromo Acetal Vinyl Acetate

0.644

Methanol

1.246

Bromine

1.198

Soda solution

0.599

6 Bromo Hexyl Trimethyl Ammonium bromide 1,6-Dibromohexane

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8.6.

8.7.

Name of Raw Materials Trimethyl amine Gas

0.194

Ethyl Acetate

2.106

1 Bromo 3 Phenoxy Propane 1,3 Dibromo Propane

1.029

Phenol

0.479

Sodium Hydroxide (40%)

0.509

6 Chloro 2 Hexanone Methyl Acetoacetate

0.862

1 Bromo 3 Chloro Propane

1.171

Potassium Carbonate (30%)

3.421

IPA

3.309

HCl 8.8.

8.9.

Quantity (MT/MT)

(40%)

0.691

n-Octyl Amine n Octyl Bromide

1.650

Ammonia (20%)

0.726

Bifenthrin Alcohol Dichloro Toluene

0.898

Magnesium

0.266

Bromo Benzene

0.871

Formaldehyde

(60%)

THF

0.266 0.818

8.10. Ethyl 7 Chloro 2 Oxo Heptanoate Ethyl Acetoacetate

1.261

1 Bromo 5 Chloro Pentane

1.797

Potassium Carbonate

0.670

Nitrosyl Sulphuric Acid

0.703

Toluene

2.424

Formaldehyde (35%)

0.415

8.11. 1 Bromo 6 Methyl Heptane

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Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

1,5 Di Bromo Pentane

1.210

Iso Propyl Magnesium

4.980

8.12. Methyl 3 Oxo Pentanoate Butyl methyl ketone

0.608

Chlorine

0.600

Sodium Cyanide

0.413

Sulphuric Acid (65%)

1.269

Methanol

0.270

9. Lithium Carbonate or Hydroxide reaction with Inorganic or Organic Acids 9.1.

9.2.

9.3.

9.4.

9.5.

9.6.

9.7.

Lithium Bromide 55% Lithium Carbonate

0.234

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.067

Lithium Bromide Anhydrous Lithium Carbonate

0.425

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.940

Lithium Chloride 40% Lithium Carbonate

0.348

Hydrobromic Acid (30%)

1.144

Lithium Chloride Anhydrous Lithium Carbonate

0.870

Hydrobromic Acid (30%)

2.862

Lithium Nitrate Lithium Carbonate

0.526

Nitric Acid (68%)

1.315

Lithium Sulphate Lithium Carbonate

0.659

Sulphuric Acid

0.873

Lithium Molybdate 20% Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate

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Name of Raw Materials Molybdenum Trioxide

9.8.

9.9.

Quantity (MT/MT) 0.165

Lithium Acetate Lithium Carbonate

0.503

Acetic acid

0.816

Lithium Iodide Lithium Carbonate

0.152

Hydro Iodic Acid (48 %)

1.095

9.10. Lithium Fluoride

10.

Lithium Carbonate

0.783

Hydrofluoric Acid (48%)

0.882

Hydrobromic Acid from Bromine

10.1. Hydrogen Bromide 48% to 62% Bromine

0.474

Hydrogen

0.006

10.2. Hydrogen Bromide 20% in IPA Bromine

0.198

Hydrogen

0.002

Iso propyl alcohol

0.800

10.3. Hydrogen Bromide 30% in Acetic Acid Bromine

0.296

Hydrogen

0.004

Acetic acid

0.700

10.4. Hydrogen Bromide Anhydrous

11.

Bromine

0.988

Hydrogen

0.012

Co - Products

11.1. Sodium Bromide Sodium Hydroxide (50%)

0.777

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.638

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Sr. No.

Name of Raw Materials

Quantity (MT/MT)

11.2. Zinc Bromide Zinc Hydroxide (45%)

0.981

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.497

11.3. Potassium Bromide Potassium Hydroxide (45%)

1.046

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.418

11.4. Calcium Bromide

11.5

Calcium Hydroxide (45%)

0.825

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.686

Magnesium Bromide

11.6

Magnesium Hydroxide (40%)

0.548

Hydrobromic Acid (48%)

1.829

Liquid Bromine (Recovered from above co-products)

6. Details of manpower Total manpower requirement at all level of plant will be 530. 7. Water Consumption & Waste Water Generation Sr. No.

Source

Water Consumption (KLD)

Wastewater Generation (KLD)

45

40*

12+40*

00

A Water treatment

30

30

B Process

40

36

C Scrubber

16

14

D Boiler

70

10

200

40

Total Industrial

356

130

TOTAL (1 +2 + 3)

453

170

Reuse water

40*

-

Fresh water requirements

413

-

1.

Domestic

2.

Green Belt

3.

Industrial

E Cooling Tower

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* Treated Sewage 8. Details of Air Pollution Air pollution is mainly from flue gas stack attached to Boiler & stand by D G Set. PNG is used as a fuel in boiler, whereas HSD in D.G. Set. And main emissions from flue gas stack are SPM, SO2 & NOX. Air pollution process gas stack is from stack attached to Halogen Specific Reaction Plant, Bromine recovery plant, Common Reaction & Multi-purpose plant,

Distillation/

Rectification

Plant,

Ejector

vents

from

Distillation/Rectification plant, Drying, Packing & Finishing Plant & Common stack attached to suction of work place area. Caustic scrubber is used as APCM. And main emissions from Process gas stack are HBr, HCl, Br2 & Cl2. Details of stack are given below: Sr. No. 

Stack attached to

Stack Height in m

Fuel Used

Fuel Consumption Rate

APC measure

Flue gas stacks

01

Boiler (3 nos.) (2 TPH each)

30 (common stack)

PNG

10000 SCM/day

--

02

D G set (250 KVA x 3)

21

HSD

60 Lit/hrs. each

--



Pollutant

SPM<150 mg/Nm3 SO2<100 ppm NOX<50 ppm

Process vent

01

Halogen Specific Reaction Plant

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

02

Bromine recovery

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

03

Common Reaction & Multi-purpose Plant

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

04

Distillation/ Rectification Plant

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

05

Ejector vents from Distillation / Rectification Plant

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

06

Drying, Packing & Finishing Plant

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

07

Common stack attached to suction of work place area

21

-

-

Caustic Scrubber

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Source and disposal of wastewater Source of wastewater generation is mainly from water treatment, process, scrubber, boiler & cooling. Entire quantity of w/w is sent to ETP. In-house treated effluent is sent to SEZ Drainage line for final disposal. Domestic effluent is send to STP and then used for greenbelt. Source and disposal of Hazardous wastes Summary of waste and ultimate disposal are summarized below: Sr. No.

1.

Type of Waste

Category No. as per HWM rules, 2008

Quantity

34.3

30

ETP waste

MT/month

Method of Disposal

Collection,

storage

&

disposal at TSDF site approved by GPCB.

2.

Process/distillation

29.1 / 20.3

residue

137 MT/month

Collection,

storage

&

disposal at CHWIF or co-processing.

3.

Discarded

33.3

containers/

Barrels-5000 nos./month

Collection, storage and reuse

for

packing

of

barrels/

Liner-500

products or disposal by

liners

kg/month

selling

to

approved

recycler or traders. 4.

Used Lubricating Oil

5.1

1.0 Kl/year

Collection,

storage

use within premises as lubricant/sell

to

registered recycler.

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