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Rostekhnadzor extends SITTEC’s licence


Rostekhnadzor extends SITTEC’s licence

On 12 October 2016, Rostekhnadzor extended SITTEC’s licence for operating explosive flammable and chemically hazardous production facilities belonging to hazard classes I, II, and III. The current licence was expanded by a new object – Titanium coagulant production plant, which had previously been registered in the State Register of Hazardous Production Facilities (III hazard class).

The licensing procedure, including examination of documents and SITTEC’s on-site facility readiness inspection, was carried out jointly by experts from branch and functional departments of Rostekhnadzor Central Office and the Pechora branch. In accordance with the Decree on licensing the operation of explosive flammable and chemically hazardous production facilities belonging to hazard classes I, II, or III (Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No.492 dated 10 June 2013) Rostekhnadzor inspected and confirmed readiness of SITTEC for operating the facility, with due consideration of federal requirements and industrial safety regulations. The inspection showed conformance of the facility with industrial safety regulations. All the industrial safety requirements were checked both in terms of documents examination and on-site inspection.

SITTEC Ltd., which is part of IFD Kapital Group, carries out titanium coagulant production on the basis of Yarega oil and titanium resource (the Ukhta Region, the Komi Republic, the Russian Federation). Titanium coagulant is an innovative highly effective chemical for drinking water production, and industrial and municipal wastewater treatment. The superior removal capacity of titanium coagulant is accounted for by the high adsorption capacity of titanium containing phases in the product, which has significant technical and economic advantages over other coagulants.

6 Krasnopresnenskaya Naberezhnaya,
Moscow, Russia,
Tel.: (495) 411-77-77
Fax: (495) 733-98-48

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