Imagine that in your garden, just beneath your home, lay a history of thriving industry, ancient rituals, and riches. This is what happened when excavation on Provadia-Solnitsata, located on Solvay's Provadsol territory, uncovered what is considered to be the oldest city in Europe based around an ancient salt production center.
When chemistry meets archeology
Unusual archeological find discovered at our Bulgaria site
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Just by looking at cows, can you tell which ones are healthy? After having spent many years as a veterinarian, it only takes me a few minutes to spot which cows in a herd aren’t doing too well. They are lame and lethargic, waste food, and the quantity and quality of their milk is degraded – a problem for both the animals and those that depend on their performance.
Would you think that by purchasing a beautiful item of clothing you could also be helping the environment? Guilt-free shopping? It’s no longer an abstract concept!
From workers’ living quarters to a center for medico-social resources, Solvay’s “Cités Hanrez” will be a beautiful conversion with a social vocation, not to mention an interesting tale in the history of the area.
How can PVC pipes contribute to the ongoing regeneration of beautiful coral reefs in exotic locations such as Thailand?
When you’re flying at 35,000 feet, it’s easy not to notice the little things that make your journey possible. In the aerospace industry, the use of plastics is state-of-the-art, and it is everywhere – interior trim, folding tables, air conditioning consoles. Strong composite plastics (such as glass-reinforced plastic and carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic) are also in the structural parts of the recent Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
Watching two people grow from university students to experts in the field of biogas – currently one of the largest sources of renewable energy in Germany – made me realize how important our collaboration with the University of Rostockwas.