The plant in Charleston is part of the Solvay Novecare global business unit it began in 1897 as the Charleston Mining & Manufacturing Company. Many years and owners later, it was acquired by Solvay in 2011. The sites primary products are organic and inorganic phosphorus chemical intermediates.
2151 King Street Extension
Charleston, SC 29405
The site in Greenville is part of Solvay Specialty Polymers global business unit. It was acquired by Solvay in 2001 from BP Amoco. Its primary products are Torlon® PAI grades, used on the Solar Impulse airplane making a tour around the world in 2015-2016.
50 Akron Drive
Greenville, SC 29605
The Spartanburg facility was built in 1977 and is part of the Solvay Novecare global business unit. The site produces specialty chemicals known as “surfactants”, which are used to improve a product’s effectiveness. Typical applications for these products include paints and coatings, agricultural products, lubricants and common household products.
399 Sims Chapel Road
Spartanburg, SC 29304