Analysis and Control Methods in Green Chemistry

Green Chemistry is mainly focused on the removal of the toxic material and hazardous chemicals in production processes by finding creative, alternative way for making the desired products that reduce the impact on the environment.

Green Chemistry reduces the pollution by eliminating the hazards of chemical reagents, solvents, and products.

Remediation may include separating the hazardous chemicals from other materials and treating them for safe disposal. It will eliminate the hazardous materials from the environment. Green Chemistry keeps the hazardous materials out of the environment in the first place.

  • Energy Efficiency
  • Safer Chemicals
  • Safer Solvents
  • Renewable Feedstocks
  • Reduce Derivatives

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