Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea organized virtual talks between the Chairman of the Board of JSC Uzkimyosanoat, J. Mirzamakhmudov, and the CEO of KC Green Materials, Park Kisuh.

Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea organized virtual talks between the Chairman of the Board of JSC Uzkimyosanoat, J. Mirzamakhmudov, and the CEO of KC Green Materials, Park Kisuh.

The parties discussed the issues of attracting innovative solutions of the South Korean company in the processing of hydro waste from the hydro dump of Angren coal mine, as well as waste (coal ash) of Angren TPP to develop the production of environmentally friendly products with high added value.

The head of the South Korean company expressed his readiness to attract experienced specialists from companies belonging to KC Green Holdings Group, as well as experts from leading research institutes of South Korea to develop specific proposals. He emphasized the prospects of the proposal of JSC Uzkimyosanoat for processing hydro waste, taking into account the high proportion of organic carbon in their composition.

Following the negotiations, an agreement was reached to provide KC Green Materials with samples of hydro waste and coal ash, detailed information for further analysis and study, as well as holding regular negotiations via videoconference at the end of August.

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Prospects for processing industrial waste discussed with a South Korean company

Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea organized virtual talks between the Chairman of the Board of JSC Uzkimyosanoat, J. Mirzamakhmudov, and the CEO of KC Green Materials, Park Kisuh.

Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Republic of Korea organized virtual talks between the Chairman of the Board of JSC Uzkimyosanoat, J. Mirzamakhmudov, and the CEO of KC Green Materials, Park Kisuh.

The parties discussed the issues of attracting innovative solutions of the South Korean company in the processing of hydro waste from the hydro dump of Angren coal mine, as well as waste (coal ash) of Angren TPP to develop the production of environmentally friendly products with high added value.

The head of the South Korean company expressed his readiness to attract experienced specialists from companies belonging to KC Green Holdings Group, as well as experts from leading research institutes of South Korea to develop specific proposals. He emphasized the prospects of the proposal of JSC Uzkimyosanoat for processing hydro waste, taking into account the high proportion of organic carbon in their composition.

Following the negotiations, an agreement was reached to provide KC Green Materials with samples of hydro waste and coal ash, detailed information for further analysis and study, as well as holding regular negotiations via videoconference at the end of August.