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Prayon ambitions to be a responsible actor for all its partners. In keeping with this commitment, circular economy has been at the core of our daily processes for many years and we continuously invest to contribute to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Prayon is creating innovative solutions that can improve agricultural yields, better preserve food, and save energy. By pursuing these goals, we are helping reach the target of a sustainable world.Check our sustainability report
Phosphates participate in many biological processes and are key components in DNA, cell structures, cellular energy transfer as well as bones and teeth. Phosphates are essential for the health of all living things. And, because our body regularly removes phosphates through the kidneys, it is vital that we maintain a steady phosphate intake.
The minimum recommended amount of phosphorus per day is 700 mg per adult, 800 mg for a pregnant or breastfeeding woman, and 1250 mg for an adolescent.
It is important to balance calcium and phosphate intake, as high doses of one can interfere with the absorption of the other. This is why a minority of women will also need to take dietary phosphate supplements when taking calcium supplements to treat osteoporosis.
Phosphates also have incredible food preservation properties. Without them, a lot of farm produce wouldn’t have time to reach your plate.
They are particularly effective at
As a Seveso company, we apply the strictest safety standards, both on our sites and during the transport of sensitive materials.
We work closely with the relevant local and federal authorities, and our internal response teams are trained to handle any incident. We regularly organize simulation exercises, in collaboration with the competent authorities and the emergency services, so that everyone is prepared to react effectively if needed.
To find out more about the Seveso Directive please visit the Seveso website.