Industrial Processes, white biotechnology and Green Chemistry

Greenhouse gas emissions are produced as the by-products of various non-energy-related industrial activities. That is, these emissions are produced from an industrial process itself and are not directly a result of energy consumed during the process. For example, raw materials can be chemically transformed from one state to another. This transformation can result in the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O). The processes addressed in this chapter include iron and steel production and metallurgical coke production, cement production, lime production, other process uses of carbonates (e.g., flux stone, flue gas desulfurization, and glass manufacturing, ammonia production and urea consumption, petrochemical production, aluminum production, soda ash production and use, titanium dioxide production, CO2 consumption, ferroalloy production, glass production, zinc production, phosphoric acid production, lead production, silicon carbide production and consumption, nitric acid production, and adipic acid production.

industrial processes generated emissions of 326.5 teragrams of CO2 equivalent (Tg CO2 Eq., or 4.9 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. 

Catalysis in industry, Chemical reactors, Cracking and related refinery processes, Distillation, Green Chemistry, Recycling in Chemical Industry are the different industrial processes.

  • Catalysis in industry
  • Chemical reactors
  • Cracking and related refinery processes
  • Distillation
  • Green Chemistry
  • Recycling in Chemical Industry

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