Green Engineering

Green Engineering is defined as environmentally conscious about attitudes, values, and principles, combined with science, technology, and engineering practice, all directed toward improving local and global environmental quality. Green Engineering encompasses all of the engineering disciplines, and is consistent and compatible with sound engineering design principles. The field of green engineering follows the philosophy that designing and producing should minimize damage to humans and the environment, which will cause the products and processes to be more cost effective in the long run. Therefore, green engineering is actually a way to make many of the things people use in everyday life more efficient, safe, and long-lasting. As green engineering is a category of the field that many sub-sets fall under, green engineers come from areas such as industrial engineering, civil engineering, and electrical engineering. In fact, all engineers can utilize green engineering principles regardless of the specific area of engineering that they are focused on. The field of green engineering relies on certain principles such as minimizing waste and minimizing the use of natural resources that are not sustainable. Sustainable materials are those that are not easily depleted in nature. 

  • Energy Savings
  • Integrated Water Management
  • Materials Management
  • Process Intensification
  • Sustainable Separation Processess
  • Separations and Unit Operations
  • Sustainable Engineering Designs
  • Desingning Low Energy Intensity Alternatives
  • Water Conservation and Supply

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