The company intends to restore wastewater and gas treatment facilities, as well as fuel and lubricants warehouse
Pobuzhsky Ferronickel Plant (PFP) plans to reconstruct several treatment facilities and a warehouse for fuel and lubricating materials (FLM). Unified Register of environmental impact assessment of the Ministry of environmental protection and natural resources of Ukraine’s data reports about it.
According to the document, the plant intends to restore the wastewater treatment facilities with a capacity of 4.2 thousand cubic meters per day to the project state, as well as to carry out the reconstruction of the company’s gas purification facilities.
The planned activity also includes the reconstruction of the propane-butane warehouse with the installation of equipment for autonomous gas supply of production facilities, as well as the warehouse of fuel and lubricant materials for the drainage of rainwater and meltwater.
The terms of the production complex reconstruction and the amount of costs for the project have not been specified.
As GMK Center reported earlier, in March, Pobuzhsky Ferronickel Plant continues to work with 50% production capacity utilization under Russian aggression against Ukraine. Low occupancy is due to logistical issues.
Pobuzhsky Ferroalloy Plant (Kirovograd region) is the only ferronickel producer in Ukraine from low-grade oxidized nickel ore.
The company is owned by the international Solway Investment Group, who has manufacturing assets in Macedonia, Guatemala, Indonesia, and Argentina. The enterprise is a part of UkrFA – Association of Ukrainian ferro alloys manufacturers.