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Perechin Timber and Chemical Plant Looking to the Future: Switching to Alternative Energy Sources as a Way to Save the Planet
The world around us is charging at breakneck speed: technology is developing, new scientific discoveries are emerging, manufacturers are concluding that environmentally friendly production and a search of alternative energy sources are not just some “tricks”, an up-to-date tendency, or a strong stand of the owner, but a precondition for preserving the planet for future generations.
Global Society Already Switching to Alternative Energy Sources: Indeed, the Future Has Come! But What about Ukraine?

Implementation of measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19
According to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 211 dated from March 11th, 2020 "On the Prevention of Coronavirus COVID-19 dissemination on the territory of Ukraine", prophylactic measures have been developed and implemented regarding to prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 at our enterprise, approved by the Order № 34 dated from March 12th, 2020 of the ALC "Perechin Timber & Chemical Plant".

Our Products are Disinfected
Never has there been a more pressing time to be responsible.
Perechin timber and chemical plant is the biggest ethyl acetate producer in Ukraine and one of the biggest in Europe. The main raw material for ethyl acetate is ethyl alcohol.
The same raw material is recommended by World Health Organisation in concetration 80% with water, as the best disinfectant.
We use ethanol solvent to disinfect our final products, before loading. Our team would like to be 100% sure, that our Customers keep safe.
Take care. Stay at home.
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Environmentalists deny wastewater and air pollution by ALC "Perechin Timber & Chemical Plant"
At the numerous requests of the Perechin community in December 6 th, 2019 an independent laboratory of the Private Research and Development enterprise "Ecology" was invited to the city. It carried out air sampling to determine the concentration of pollutants in the surface layer of atmospheric air at 5 points in Perechin along the sanitary protection zone of the timber and chemical plant.
The conclusions are firm - no exceedance of the limit values at any point has been detected.