On 11 – 12 July, Belinka Perkemija https://www.belinka-perkemija.com/, hosted a three-day educational visit for Emina Kapić and dr. Brigita Hočevar, representatives from project partners NIC, at the Ljubljan, Slovenia site. During the visit, the guests were educated on the conventional process for the production of H2O2 and the analytics used for H2O2 detection and quantification. This field visit is important for HYPERs research development because it is an environmentally friendly way of obtaining hydrogen peroxide in an industrial environment, which is also the goal of the project. At the Belinka Perkemija site, the project plans to build a pilot plant for the electrochemical production of hydrogen peroxide. The visit was also important from a safety point of view, as visitors were taught about the proper handling of hydrogen peroxide and process solutions.
Photo: Belinka Perkemija plant. left to right; Darko Horvat (Belinka Perkemija), Darja Koklič (Belinka Perkemija), Emina Kapić (NIC), Brigita Hočevar (NIC), Matija Mencinger (Belinka Perkemija), Andrej Podkoritnik (Belinka Perkemija)