Vietnamese PrimeAsia invests in new solar plant to provide energy for retanning and sewage

The new plant will extend across an area of 5,000 square metres and will supply about 20% of the company’s energy demand. Vietnamese PrimeAsia tannery (whose manufacturing amounts to 5,5 million leather square metres) is about to invest in a new solar plant, in addition to the one currently working, as reported by Danish Arcon-Sunmark supplier on StateofGreen portal. The plant will actually aim to “generate heat, suitable for retanning stages, thus making sewage evaporation faster”. Such solar plant, which is bound to be one of the biggest in Vietnam, will be operating earlier in 2018.


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