- Glass Manufacturing.
- Dry Powder Detergents (e.g., laundry, auto, dish, etc.)
- Pulp Processing.
- pH Control for pool.
- Specialty Chemicals Manufacturing (e.g., phosphates, chromium, etc.).
- Food Manufacturing (e.g., yeast, baking soda, etc.).
- Algicides for ponds and golf courses.
- Roof and deck cleaners.
- Washing machine and dishwasher cleaning.

Sodium Carbonate

  • Soda ash, known chemically as sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), has been in use for thousands of years. Soda ash occurs in many kinds of mineral waters and in mineral deposits of certain springs and lake brines. The richest and most commonly found source of soda ash is trona, a mix of sodium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate, and water. Although trona can be found in many places, the world’s purest, largest, and most accessible deposit is in Wyoming’s Green River Basin.

    Unlike the synthetic Solvay and Hou processes, our’s uses an all-natural mining system. Our soda ash is mined from the ground and refined with no additional chemicals. Our supplier’s method is environmentally friendly and produces a pure, high-quality product. Dawn Sci’s all-natural approach keeps costs low, allowing us to distribute all over the world in a cost-effective and competitive manner.