Navdeep Enviro and Technical Services Private Limited (NEAT), was incorporated in
October, 1987 as a consultancy group and is composed of a principal, Mr. Navin G Ashar and
other professionals from many engineering disciplines and backgrounds. The associations of
these professionals allow our clients to have access to a broad background of expertise. The
firm has been specializing in sulphur processes including sulphuric acid production, sulphur
dioxide recovery, spent sulphuric acid regeneration and cogeneration which has become an
integral part of the modern sulphuric acid process. Mr. Ashar has designed numerous sulphuric
acid plants and sulphur dioxide scrubbing systems that are in operation. In addition to his
engineering background, Mr. Ashar has 40 years of experience in the management and operation of a major chemical operation.
The company's dynamism and growth can be attributed to the vision of its founder, Mr. Navin G Ashar, a chemical engineer. In 1966, Mr. N. G. Ashar founded Sandeeran Chemical Company now in operation as Navdeep Chemicals Private Limited, a speciality chemical manufacturing facility in Ankleshwar, Gujarat, India. In 2008, Mr. N. G. Ashar retired as Managing Director from the company. He now spearheads NEAT and NEAT Energy - Solar & Wind Energy Division, to promote the use of renewable power generation in India.
Mr. Ashar had a distinguished 26 year career at Dharamsi Morarji Chemical Company
Limited, Mumbai, India. He was the Technical Advisor to DMCC's board of directors.
Mr. Ashar has a Master's degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA, and a Bachelor's degree from the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
Since its inception, NEAT has earned the distinction of a company devoted to innovative designs with its in-house technology and engineering state-of-the-art sulphuric acid plants.
The firm has established clients representing significant corporate interests such as Grasim Industries Limited (Chemical Division), Hindustan Organic Chemicals, Shree Sulphuric Acid and Hindustan Heavy Chemicals.
NEAT's involvement with acids and fertilizers stretches back 40 years.