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How is Soda Ash Used?

​​​​​​When processed, soda ash can vary in density, size, and shape. This flexibility allows it to be used in a variety of everyday products. From bathtubs and baked goods to office building windows and internet cables, some common examples are listed below.

    ​Building

  • Flat glass — glass windows and doors
    ​for commercial buildings
  • Mirrors
  • Fiberglass insulation

    Automotive ​

  • Windshields
  • Headlight bulbs
  • Tires (silicates)
  • Fiberglass


    Home

  • Internet cables
  • Fiberoptic cables
  • Lightbulbs

  • Power Generation

  • ​Flue gas desulfuration
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    Cleaning Supplies​

  • Washing machine and dishwasher cleaners
  • Roof and deck cleaners
  • Laundry detergent (liquid and dry)
  • Bleach detergent
  • Auto detergent
  • Dish detergent​


    Food and Glass / Bakeware

  • Baking soda
  • Pretzels
  • Bagels
  • Cookies
  • Food jars
  • Baking dishes

  • Beverages

  • Beer glasses and bottles
  • Wine glasses and bottles
  • Juice and soda bottles ​

    Industrial ​

  • Lead recycling
  • Chrome manufacturing and plating
  • Hospital garment cleaning
  • Beer and wine equipment cleaning ​

  • Energy and Mining

  • ​Lithium carbonate production
  • Drilling fluids ​

  • Water Treatment

  • pH adjustment
  • Municipalities
  • Algaecide for ponds and golf​ courses ​