Solvay Oldbury manufactures a range of different chemicals, all based on phosphorus. These products are used in a wide range of everyday items such as mobile phones, children's nightwear, pharmaceuticals and detergents, as well as to treat water and help increase oil well production.
Solvay Halifax focuses on the manufacture of surfactants, materials which are used widely in shampoos, detergents and a variety of industrial processes such textile manufacture, metal working and oilfields.
The Lostock Production unit is part of Solvay's Precipitated Calcium Carbonate business. The site was purchased from Zeneca Resins in 1999.
Solvay Interox in Warrington produces Peroxygen products used in a wide range of applications, including detergents, pulp and paper bleaching, disinfection, environmental treatment and chemical synthesis.
Solvay’s Watford office houses HR, legal, administrative and IT support functions for Solvay in the UK.