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Invista to license R²R Technology to Ariha Chemicals

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

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Invista Technologies and Ariha Chemicals have agreed upon licensing of Invista’s R²R Technology. “Ariha is excited to be embarking on this new venture that could benefit its environmental and variable cost performance by using the R²R Technology from Invista.”

Mumbai/India – The project, which will be installed at Taloja, Maharashtra, will have an initial design capacity of 35,000 metric tons per year and will be the first stand-alone R²R facility licensed by Invista. This technology is a solution that should result in the recovery of valuable chemicals in the residues streams from multiple PTA plants. Director, Ariha, Kumar Dharwadkar said, “Ariha is excited to be embarking on this new venture that could benefit its environmental and variable cost performance by using the R²R Technology from Invista.”

General Manager, Invista’s technology and licensing group—Invista Performance Technologies, Mike Pickens said, “Invista is pleased to have been chosen by Ariha for its project, which will focus on recovering benzoic acid and other materials from a residue waste stream.”

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