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1 Sr. No. Annexure I LIST OF PRODUCTS TO BE MANUFACTURED Name Of Product Proposed Quantity (MT/Month) 01 Allyl iso thiocynate Benzhydrol methyl cyclohexanol methyl cyclohexanone Styrene oxide Phenyl ethyl chloride P- tertiary butyl cyclohexyl acetate Phenyl ethyl propionate / acetate Phenyl ethyl butyrate Phenyl ethyl iso butyrate Phenyl ethyl formate Phenyl ethyl benzoate Phenyl ethyl methyl Ether Phenyl ethyl alcohol methoxy naphthalene Allyl caproate Benzyl alcohol Benzyl acetate Amyl salicylate Iso amyl salicylate Methyl salicylate Cinnamaldehyde Hexyl salicylate Cetyl chloride Woody Sol 9.5 TOTAL 206.5

2 Annexure II MANUFACTURING PROCESS 1. ALLYL ISO THIO CYNATE. Brief Process Description Water, sodium thiocynate and methanol, will be Charged in a reactor. It will be then stirred well and heated up to 35ºC temperature. Allyl chloride will be added slowly at temperature 35º to 45ºC, temperature will be maintain at 45ºC to 55ºC for 4 hr and then cooled up to room temperature. Total batch will be filtered to separate solid and liquid phase. Liquid phase will be transfer to separator to separate organic layer and water and methanol Layer. Water layer will be transferred to distillation system to recover methanol and water to reuse in next batch and organic layer will be send to distillation system to collect pure allyl iso thiocynate. Chemical Reaction NaSC Methanol N C S NaCl Allyl chloride Allyl iso thiocynate MW 76 MW 81 MW 99 MW 58 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Allyl chloride 850 Allyl iso thiocynate Sodium thiocynate 910 Sodium chloride Methanol 670 Recover methanol Water 700 Recover water Distillation residue Woody Sol 40 Total 3130 Total. 3130

3 Process Flow Chart ALLYL CHLORIDE WATER METHANOL SODIUMTHIO CYNATE SS REACTOR TEMP 50* C BAG FILTER SS SODIUM CHLORIDE SALTS LAYER SAPERATOR SS WATER+METHANOL DISTILLATION ALLYL ISO THIOCYNATE DISTILLATION METHANOL RECYCLE WATER RECYCLE WOODY SOL PURE ALLYLISOTHIOCYNATE

4 2. BENZHYDROL Brief Process Description Benzophenone will be hydrogenated by using R.N catalyst with solvent. Solvent and catalyst will be recovered and reused. Crude benzhydrol will be crystallized. Crystallized benzhydrol will be dried and packed. Chemical reaction O C H2 Catalyst & solvent OH C MW MW Material Balance: - Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Benzophenone 1100 Benzhydrol Solvent 500 Recover Solvent Catalyst 20 Recover Catalyst Water 500 Water effluent Distillation Residue 15 Total 2120 Total. 2120

5 Process Flow Chart BENZOPHENONE SOLVENT CATALYST H2 GAS HYDROGENATE FILTER CATALYST RECYCLES DISTILLATION RECOVER SOLVENT WATER PURIFICATION,DRYING EFFLUENT WATER PURE BENZHYDROL

6 3. 4- METHYL CYCLOHEXANOL Brief Process Description Para cresol is hydrogenated by using R.N catalyst. Catalyst will recover and reused. Pure product will be obtained by distillation of Crude 4-Methyl cyclohexanol. Chemical reaction CH 3 CH 3 H2 Catalyst OH OH MW 108 MW 114 Material Balance:- Input Output S. NO Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Para cresol Methyl cyclohexanol Catalyst 10 Water Recover Catalyst Distillation residue Woody Sol 50 Total 1110 Total. 1110

7 Process Flow Chart PARA CRESOL CATALYST HYDROGENATE H2 FILTER CATALYST RECYCLE DISTILLATION Water (ETP) WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT 4-METHYL CYCLOHEXANOL

8 4. 4-METHYL CYCLOHEXANONE Brief Process Description 4-Methyl Cyclohexanol will be oxidized by using Hydrogen Peroxide in alkaline media with PTC at low temperature. Organic layer and aqueous layer will be separated. Pure product will be obtained by distillation of Crude 4-Methyl cyclohexanone. Chemical reaction CH 3 CH 3 H2O2 PTC + SBC OH O MW 114 MW 112 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg Kg Methyl cyclohexanol Methyl cyclohexanone Hydrogen Peroxide 600 Effluent Water PTC 1 Distillation residue SBC 200 Woody Sol Water 2000 Total 3926 Total. 3926

9 Process Flow Chart 4-METHYL CYCLOHEXANOL WATER H2O2 PTC SBC SS REACTOR SEPARATOR EFFLUENT WATER DISTILLATION WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (4-METHYL CYCLOHEXANONE)

10 5. STYRENE OXIDE Brief Process Description Styrene will be oxidized by using Hydrogen Peroxide in alkaline media with PTC at low temperature. Organic layer and aqueous layer will be separated and effluent water will be collected. Pure Styrene oxide will be obtained by distillation crude Styrene oxide. Chemical reaction CH CH 2 CH H2O2 PTC + SBC O CH MW 104 MW 120 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg Kg 1. Styrene 1000 Styrene Oxide Hydrogen Peroxide 1000 Effluent Water PTC 3 Distillation residue SBC 250 Woody Sol Water 2000 Total 4253 Total. 4253

11 Process Flow chart STYRENE WATER H2O2 PTC SBC SS REACTOR SEPARATOR EFFLUENT WATER DISTILLATION WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (STYRENE OXIDE)

12 6. PHENYL ETHYL CHLORIDE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol is reacted with thionyl chloride at 40 to 50 C. Gas scrubber will be used to scrubber HCL and SO2 gas in alkaline water. Crude phenyl ethyl chloride will be distilled and pure product will be collected. Chemical reaction CH 2 CH 2 OH CH 2 CH 2 Cl Thionyl chloride Alkaline water SO2 HCl MW 122 MW MW 64 MW 36.5 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol 1000 Phenyl Ethyl Chloride Thionyl chloride 1000 Recover Sodium salt from 1250 scrubber 3. Caustic Soda 350 Effluent water Water 800 Distillation residue Woody Sol 50 Total 3150 Total. 3150

13 Process Flowchart CAUSTIC LYE PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL THIONYL CHLORIDE GLASS LINE REACTOR HCl SO2 SCRUBBER NaCl Na2SO4 (ETP) DISTILLATION GLASS LINE REACTOR WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL CHLORIDE )

14 7. PARA TERTIARY BUTYL CYCLO HEXYL ACETATE Brief Process Description Para tertiary butyl cyclohexanol and acetic acid will be reacted in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature. Water will be removed azeotropically and total paratertiary butyl cyclohexanol will be converted to paratertiary butyl cyclohexyl acetate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Para tertiary butyl cyclohexyl acetate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting Crude paratertiary butyl cyclohexyl acetate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH3COOH PTSA+ solvent H2O MW 156 MW 60 MW 198 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg No. 1. Para tertiary butyl 875 Para tertiary butyl cyclohexyl 1000 cyclohexanol acetate 2. Acetic Acid 350 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 8 Distillation residue 5 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1833 Total. 1833

15 Process Flow Chart ACETIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA PARA TEETIARY BUTYL CYCLO HEXANOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PARA TEETIARY BUTYL CYCLO HEXYL ACETATE)

16 8. PHENYL ETHYL PROPIONATE / ACETATE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol will be reacted with propionic acid / acetic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total phenyl ethyl alcohol convert in phenyl ethyl propionate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transfer in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. organic layer (Phenyl ethyl propionate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated out. Pure product will be collected by distilleting Crude phenyl ethyl propionate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH 2 CH 2 OH CH 2 CH 2 OCCH 2 CH 3 CH3CH2COOH PTSA + Solvent H2O Material Balance:- MW 122 MW 74 MW 178 MW 18 Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl 770 Phenyl Ethyl Propionate 1000 Alcohol 2. Propionic Acid / 500 Recover Solvent 340 acetic acid 3. Solvent 350 Effluent water PTSA 10 Distillation residue Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 30 Total 1930 Total. 1930

17 Process Flow Chart PROPIONIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL PROPIONATE)

18 9. PHENYL ETHYL BUTYRATE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol will be reacted with butyric acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total phenyl ethyl alcohol will get converted to phenyl ethyl butyrate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Phenyl ethyl butyrate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be Separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude phenyl ethyl butyrate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction O CH 2 CH 2 OH CH 2 CH 2 O C C 4 H 9 C4H9COOH PTSA + Solvent H2O MW 122 MW 102 MW 206 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol 650 Phenyl Ethyl Butyrate Butyric Acid 550 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 6 Distillation residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 30 Total 1806 Total. 1806

19 Process Flow Chart BUTYRIC ACID TOLUENE PTSA PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL BUTYRATE)

20 10. PHENYL ETHYL ISO BUTYRATE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol will be reacted with iso butyric acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total phenyl ethyl alcohol will get converted to phenyl ethyl iso butyrate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Phenyl ethyl iso butyrate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be Separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude phenyl ethyl iso butyrate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH 2 CH 2 OH O CH 2 CH 2 O C CH 2 CH 2 CH CH 2 CH CH 2 COOH CH 2 PTSA + Solvent CH 2 H2O MW 122 MW 102 MW 206 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl 650 Phenyl Ethyl Iso Butyrate 1000 Alcohol 2. Iso Butyric Acid 550 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 6 Distillation residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 30 Total 1806 Total. 1806

21 Process Flowchart ISO BUTYRIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL ISO BUTYRATE)

22 11. PHENYL ETHYL FORMATE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol will be reacted with formic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total phenyl ethyl alcohol will get converted to phenyl ethyl formate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Phenyl ethyl formate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be Separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude phenyl ethyl formate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH 2 CH 2 OH CH 2 CH 2 OCH O HCOOH PTSA+ solvent H2O MW 122 MW 46 MW 150 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol 900 Phenyl Ethyl Formate Formic Acid 350 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 9 Distillation residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1859 Total. 1859

23 Process Flow Chart FORMIC ACID TOLUENE PTSA PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL FORMATE)

24 12. PHENYL ETHYL BENZOATE Brief Process Description Phenyl Ethyl alcohol will be reacted with benzoic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total phenyl ethyl alcohol will get converted to phenyl ethyl benzoate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Phenyl ethyl benzoate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be Separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude phenyl ethyl benzoate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH 2 CH 2 OH COOH CH 2 O CH 2 O PTSA+Solvent H2O MW 122 MW 122 MW 226 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol 600 Phenyl Ethyl Benzoate Benzoic Acid 600 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 6 Distillation residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 30 Total 1806 Total. 1806

25 Process Flow Chart BENZOIC ACID TOLUENE PTSA PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL BENZOATE)

26 13. PHENYL ETHYL METHYL ETHER Brief Process Description Methylation of Phenyl Ethyl alcohol with dimethyl sulphate & caustic lye PTC at room temperature will convert Phenyl Ethyl alcohol in to Phenyl Ethyl Methyl Ether. After the complete reaction the mass will be transferred for washing and separation of the organic layer and aqueous water effluent in a separator. It will be then distilled to obtain organic layer and pure product Phenyl Ethyl Methyl Ether. Chemical Reaction OH O O H 3 C O S O CH 3 NaOH + PTC O CH3 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. Raw Material Quantity in Product & waste Quantity in Kg No. Kg 1. Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol 995 Phenethyl cinnamate Di methyl sulphate 1200 Effluent water Caustic lye 600 Distillation residue PTC 8 Woody Sol Water 600 Total 3403 Total. 3403

27 Process Flow Chart PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL PTC SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRANGMENT WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SEPARATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL METHYL ETHER)

28 14. PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL Brief Process Description Styrene Oxide is hydrogenated by using P.D catalyst with solvent. Solvent and Catalyst will be recovered and reused. Crude phenyl ethyl alcohol will be distilled and pure product will be collected. Chemical Reaction CH O CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 OH H2 Catalyst +Solvent Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Styrene Oxide 1100 Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol Solvent 1000 Recover Solvent Catalyst 10 Recover Catalyst Distillation residue Woody Sol 70 Total 2110 Total. 2110

29 Process Flow Chart STYRENE OXIDE CATALYST SOLVENT HYDROGENATE H2 FILTER CATALYST RECYCLE RECOVER SOLVENT DISTILLATION WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT PHENYL ETHYL ALCOHOL

30 15. 2-METHOXYNAPHTHALENE Brief Process Description By Methylation of Beta naphthol with dimethyl sulphate & caustic lye PTC at room temperature, total beta-naphthol will be converted into 2-methoxy naphthalene. After the reaction is completed solution will be transferred to separator for washing and separation of organic layer & aqueous water effluent. Re-crystallize the mass in cold water. It will be then filtered and dried to get the final product. Chemical Reaction OH O O H 3 C O S O CH 3 NaOH O MW 144 MW 126 MW 158 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg No. 1. Beta naphthol methoxynaphthalene Di methyl sulphate 890 Effluent water Caustic lye PTC 5 5. Water 300 Total 2510 Total. 2510

31 Process Flow Chart BETA NAPHTHOL CAUSTIC LYE PTC SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT DI METHYL SULPHATE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER WATER PURIFICATION OF CRYSTAL & DRYING WATER RECYCLE PURE PRODUCT (2- METHOXYNAPHTHALENE)

32 16. ALLYL CAPROATE Brief Process Description Allyl alcohol will be reacted with caproic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total allyl alcohol will get converted to allyl caproate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Allyl caproate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distillating crude allyl caproate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH3 (CH2)4COOH H2O MW 58 MW 160 MW 156 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Allyl Alcohol 415 Allyl caproate Caproic Acid 830 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 5 Distillation residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1850 Total. 1850

33 Process Flow Chart CAPROIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALLYL ALCOHOL ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (ALLYL CAPROATE)

34 17. BENZYL ALCOHOL Brief Process Description Benzyl chloride will be reacted with sodium carbonate in presence of water at reflux temperature and total benzyl chloride will get converted benzyl alcohol. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred in a separator for separating alkaline water. Organic layer (Benzyl alcohol) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distillating crude benzyl alcohol under vacuum. Chemical Reaction Na2CO3 NaCL CO2 WATER MW MW 105 MW 108 MW 58.5 MW 44 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Benzyl chloride 1320 Benzyl alcohol Sodium carbonate 1100 CO Water 2500 Effluent water Woody sol Total 4920 Total. 4920

35 Process Flow Chart WATER BENZYL CHLORIDE SODIUM CARBONATE SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT CO2 CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (BENZYL ALCOHOL)

36 18. BENZYL ACETATE Brief Process Description Benzyl chloride will be reacted with sodium acetate in presence of TEA at reflux temperature and total benzyl chloride will get converted benzyl acetate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred to separator for washing with water and salts will be removed. Organic layer (Benzyl acetate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude benzyl acetate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction TEA NaCL MW MW 82 MW 164 MW 58.5 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Benzyl chloride 950 Benzyl acetate Sodium acetate 625 Effluent water TEA 20 Woody Sol Water 500 Total 2095 Total. 2095

37 Process Flow Chart TEA BENZYL CHLORIDE SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT SODIUM ACETATE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (BENZYL ACETATE)

38 19. AMYL SALICYLATE Brief Process Description Amyl alcohol will be reacted with Salicylic Acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total amyl alcohol will get converted amyl salicylate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred to separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Amyl salicylate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilling crude amyl salicylate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction H2O MW 88 MW 138 MW 208 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Amyl Alcohol 470 Amyl salicylate Salicylic Acid 740 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 5 Distillation Residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1815 Total. 1815

39 Process Flow Chart SALICYLIC ACID TOLUENE PTSA SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT AMYL ALCOHOL ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (AMYL SALICYLATYE)

40 20. ISO AMYL SALICYLATE Brief Process Description Iso amyl alcohol will be reacted with salicylic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total Iso amyl alcohol will get converted Iso amyl salicylate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred to separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Iso Amyl salicylate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude Iso amyl salicylate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction H2O MW 88 MW 138 MW 208 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Iso amyl alcohol 470 Iso amyl salicylate Salicylic Acid 740 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 5 Distillation Residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1815 Total. 1815

41 Process Flow Chart SALICYLIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ISO AMYL ALCOHOL ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT ( ISO AMYL SALICYLATYE)

42 21. METHYL SALICYLATE Brief Process Description Methanol will be reacted with salicylic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total methanol will get converted methyl salicylate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred to separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Methyl salicylate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude methyl salicylate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH3OH H2O MW 32 MW 138 MW 152 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Methanol 235 Methyl salicylate Salicylic Acid 1015 Effluent water PTSA 5 Residue Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 25 Total 1555 Total. 1555

43 Process Flow Chart SALICYLIC ACID PTSA METHANOL SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT ( METHYL SALICYLATYE)

44 22. CINNAMALDEHYDE Brief Process Description Benzaldehyde and acetaldehyde will be condensed in presence of alkaline catalyst to produce cinnamaldehyde. After the reaction is completed solution will be transferred to separator to separate organic layer (cinnamaldehyde) & aqueous water layer (effluent water). Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude cinnamaldehyde under vacuum. Chemical Reaction Alkaline catalyst MW 106 MW 44 MW 132 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Benzaldehyde 890 Cinnamaldehyde Acetaldehyde 370 Effluent water Caustic flakes 100 Distillation Residue Alkaline Water 2000 Woody Sol 60 Total 3360 Total. 3360

45 Process Flow Chart ACETALDEHYDE BENZALDEHYDE SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT ( CINNAMALDEHYDE)

46 23. HEXYL SALICYLATE Brief Process Description Hexanol will be reacted with salicylic acid in presence of solvent and PTSA at reflux temperature to remove water azeotropically and total Hexanol will get converted Hexyl salicylate. Then solution will be cooled up to room temperature and transferred to separator for washing with alkaline water up to neutral ph. Organic layer (Hexyl salicylate) and aqueous water layer (effluent water) will be separated. Pure product will be collected by distilleting crude Hexyl salicylate under vacuum. Chemical Reaction CH 3 COOH O O OH OH OH H2O MW 102 MW 138 MW 222 MW 18 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Hexanol 510 Hexyl salicylate Salicylic Acid 690 Recover Solvent Solvent 300 Effluent water PTSA 5 Distillation Residue 8 5. Alkaline Water 300 Woody Sol 45 Total 1805 Total. 1805

47 Process Flow Chart SALICYLIC ACID SOLVENT PTSA SS REACTOR WITH REFLUX SYSTEM ARRENGMENT HEXANOL ALKALINE WATER CONICAL REACTOR FOR WASHING AND SAPERATION EFFLUNT WATER DISTILLATION COLUMN TO COLLECT PURE PRODUCT WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (HEXYL SALICYLATE)

48 24. CETYL CHLORIDE Brief Process Description Cetyl alcohol will be reacted with thionyl chloride at low temperature. HCL and SO2 gas released will be removed using gas scrubber in alkaline water. Pure cetyl chloride will be obtained by distilleting Crude Cetyl chloride. Chemical Reaction OH SOCl 2 Cl CH 3 MW 242 MW 118 MW 260 Material Balance:- Input Output Sr. No. Raw Material Quantity in Kg Product & waste Quantity in Kg 1. Cetyl Alcohol 1000 Cetyl Chloride Thionyl chloride 1000 Recover Sodium salt from 1250 scrubber 3. Caustic Soda 350 Effluent water Water 800 Woody Sol Total 3150 Total. 3150

49 Process Flow Chart WATER CETYLALCOHOL ALKALINE WATER THIONYL CHLORIDE GLASS LINE REACTOR EFFLUENT WATER HCl/Cl SCRUBBER HCl/NaCl DISPOSED TO ETP DISTILLATION GLASS LINE REACTOR WOODY SOL PURE PRODUCT (PHENYL ETHYL CHLORIDE )

50 Source of water: GIDC Nandesari. Sr. No. ANNEXURE III DETAILS OF WATER CONSUMPTION: Source Proposed Water Consumption KL/Day I Domestic 2 II Gardening 1 II Industrial R. O. Reject 9.5 a. 1.) Process 7 2.) Boiler make up 10 b. Cooling tower make up 10 c. Washings 6 Total Industrial 42.5 Total 45.5 Total water consumption for the proposed activities will be 45.5 KLD out of which gardening & domestic water consumption will be 3 KLD and 42.5 KLD will be industrial water consumption. Details of waste water generation: Sr. No. Source Proposed wastewater Generation KL/Day I Domestic 1.6 II Industrial (a) Process 9.5 (b) Cooling 5.0 (c) Boiler 4.0 (d) R.O reject 9.5 (e) Scrubber 2.0 III Washing 6.0 Sub Total (II+III) 36.0 Total (I+II+III) 37.6 Total waste water generation will be 37.6 KLD, out of which 1.6 KLD will be domestic effluent, which will be sent to soak pit. 36 KLD will be industrial effluent, which will be given treatment in ETP and sent to CETP Nandesari for its further treatment and disposal.

51 ANNEXURE IV Sr. No. Flue gas Emission/stack Stack attached to Proposed 1. Boiler 2. TFH (2 Lac Kcal) 3. Stack Height (m) 30 mt. Fuel Type Coal (on a dry basis) Coal (on a dry basis) Fuel consumption rate 4 MT/Day 4 MT/Day Stack Dia 0.6 m APCM Multicyclone / Bagfilter DG Set 11 mt. Diesel 15 Lit./Hr. 0.3 m N.A. Probable pollutants SO2, NOx, PM SO2, NOx, PM SO2, Nox, PM The unit shall use boiler and thermic fluid heater for its proposed project. Coal will be used as fuel at the consumption rate of 4 MT/Day in each of them. Diesel will be used as fuel in D. G. Set at the rate of 15 lit./hr. which will be used only in case of emergencies or power failure. Process gas Emission/stack Sr. No. Stack attached to Stack Height (m) Proposed APCM Probable pollutants 1. Reaction vessel 11 mt. Caustic scrubber HCL & SO2 HCL and So2 will be emitted as a part of process reaction, which will be scrubbed using caustic solution. The scrubbed liquid will be sent to ETP for its further treatment and disposal.

52 ANNEXURE V Details of hazardous waste generation and disposal: Sr. No. 1 Waste Details Discarded Barrels Waste Category Proposed Generation (MT/Year) MT/Yr. 2 Used oil KL/Yr. 3 Spent catalyst MT/Yr. 4 ETP sludge MT/Yr. 5 Distillation residue MT/Yr. Mode of Disposal Collection, storage, transportation and disposal to GPCB authorised recyclers. Collection, storage, transportation and reused within premises for lubrication purposes. Collection, storage, transportation and disposal to suppliers for reactivation. Collection, storage, transportation and disposal to TSDF Collection, storage, transportation and disposal to incineration Hazardous waste will be generated from the unit in the form of ETP sludge (120 MT/Yr.) which will be sent to TSDF, NECL, Nandesari. Spent catalyst (2 MT/Yr.) will be sent back to the suppliers for its re-activation. Discarded barrels (11 MT/Yr.) will be sent to GPCB authorized recyclers. Used oil (0.2 KL/Yr.) will be reused within the premises for lubrication purposes.

53 Annexure-VI Proposed TORs include 1. Project Description 2. Study of source of emission stack emissions as well as fugitive emissions. 3. The study area comprise 5 km radius from the plant centre for the baseline environmental status 4. Site-specific micro-meteorological data using temperature, relative humidity, hourly wind speed and direction for one season. 5. Ambient air quality at 5 locations within the study area of 5 km aerial coverage from project site. Location of one AAQM in downwind direction. 6. GLC on the base of mathematical Air quality modeling for specific pollutants i.e. PM, SO2 & Nox. 7. Baseline Ground/Surface water quality, soil quality at five locations & Noise survey at sensitive location. 8. Present land use study on the base of second source data. 9. Description of flora and fauna in the study area on the base of second source data 10. Identification of potential impacts (during construction and operation of the project) on land, air, water, noise, socio economic factors, water etc. 11. Mitigation measures suggested (Environment Management Plan) 12. Risk assessment. 13. Occupational health of the workers. 14. Green Belt development plan. 15. Post Project Environmental monitoring.

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