2% growth of sodium sulfate production in mineral complexes of Iran in the first half of this year
Mining News Pro - Director of Iran Mineral Mining Company said 91 thousand and 620 tons of sodium sulfate was produced in the first half of this year, which is 2 percent higher than in the same period last year.
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According to Mining News Pro -Reza Orouji added: 63,600 tons of sodium sulfate production in the first half of this year was at Arak unit and 28,20 tons in Garmsar unit.

He stated: Sodium sulfate is a mineral that is known as Sodium Sulfuric Acid and is used to prepare detergent powders as a base material.

The director of the Iranian Mineral Mineral Complex said that the production volume of sodium sulfate has been fully utilized this year.

Yuriy explained that 38,000 and 230 tons of refined salt and Hydromille were produced in the first half of this year, an increase of 11 percent compared to the same period last year.

He said 14,920 tons of salt produced by the company this year was issued, which is 34 percent more than in the same period last year.

Director of Iran Mineral Mineral Complex said: "The export of refined salt and Hydromille to foreign target markets, including the countries of Iraq and the Gulf, has taken place."

Iran Mineral Mineral Company has been established since 1363, when the Garmsar Unit of this company was in operation in the year 73 and the first stage of Arak Branch in 1379 and its second phase in 1384.

The Iranian Mineral Mineral Company`s factory unit in Arak was created on an area of 32 and six-tenths of hectares and its activity is around the clock.

Peakhan desert lagoon Arak is the main storage site of sodium sulfate mineral.


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