|Minimum Order Quantity||200 Kg|
|Brand||Tata, Iron, Nirma|
|Packaging Details||50 Kg Bag|
|Grade Standard||Industrial Grade|
Sodium carbonate naturally occurs in arid regions, especially in mineral sediments formed when seasonal lakes evaporate. Since ancient times, deposits of the mineral natron have been mined in Egypt, from dry lake bottoms. Natron was utilized in the preparation of mummies but also in the early manufacture of glass.
The anhydrous form of sodium carbonate is a rare mineral called natrite. Sodium carbonate also erupts from Tanzania’s unique volcano, Ol Doinyo Lengai. It is considered to have erupted from other volcanoes in the past as well, but these minerals have likely been eroded due to their instability on Earth’s surface.