Moscow Coke and Gas Plant
The plant installed a modern patchwork system for coke ovens which led to a reduction of soot and carbon monoxide emissions.
The plant won the regional competition’s special prize in the Best Industrial Enterprise nomination.
A new bridge crane with computer control elements was installed and launched in the coal preparation shop.
New state-of-the-art equipment was installed in the benzene facility of the plant’s by-product recovery shop. This enabled the plant to radically reduce its emissions of benzene hydrocarbons.
Three additional mechanical draft cooling towers were installed, which helped improve primary coke gas cleanup.
The plant set a new annual production record — 1.27 million tonnes of coke.
The plant enlarged its outdoor coal storage.
The plant produced its 65-millionth tonne of coke in time for its 65th anniversary.
The outdoor coal storage was equipped with a dust suppression system.
Dust-collecting units in the coke workshop were revamped.
For the first time, the plant used innovative transport — tank containers — for transporting chemical products.
The plant replaced its coke screening facility’s grizzly screen — key equipment for coke screening. This screen ensures uniformity of coke pieces, which is an important quality characteristics.
The plant’s central lab confirmed its accreditation as a testing center.
A coke-pushing machine’s operator Sergey Ponomarenko won laurels in Our Moscow Region contest with an award by Moscow Region’s governor. The award is granted for socially important projects, already implemented or currently in the process of implementation, which are aimed at the region’s development.
The plant implemented the first stage of its program on cutting down industrial waste.
Moscow Coke and Gas Plant shipped a test batch of its coke to India.