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Green Chemistry

As per available reports about 42 relevant Journals, 4916 Conferences Proceedings, 11 Collaborations & 53 Media Partners are presently dedicated exclusively to Chemistry and about 1500 open access articles are being published on Chemistry.

Green Chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the generation of hazardous substances. EPA's efforts to speed the adoption of this revolutionary and diverse discipline have led to significant environmental benefits, innovation and a strengthened economy. Topics like: Atom Economy, Catalyst and Green Analytical Chemistry

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Scope & Importance:

Many challenges still lie ahead, and the solutions will be found not only in the discipline of chemistry but at its interfaces with engineering, physics, and biology. New developments in toxicology such as predictive toxicology and toxicogenomics are making it ever more possible to advance the most important concept in Green Chemistry: design. Green Chemistry must establish a comprehensive set of design principles and interdisciplinary cooperation to move toward routine consideration of hazards as molecular properties just as malleable to chemists as solubility, melting point, or color. The brief history of the field of Green Chemistry is marked with extraordinary creativity and accomplishments in achieving the dual goal of merging superior environmental and economic performance. This has generally been accomplished through the important tactic of improving a single important element or characteristic such as toxicity, persistence, or energy consumption. The powerful reality that is beginning to be realized and that must be exploited in the future is that the Principles of Green Chemistry can be approached as a unified system. Rather than thinking of the principles as isolated parameters to be optimized separately, one can view the principles as a cohesive system with mutually reinforcing components. This approach will be particularly important as we strive to understand the fundamentals of sustainability. While many of the current approaches seek to address important elements of sustainability, e.g., energy, or water, or food, it is important to recognize that all of these elements of sustainability are inextricably linked. Therefore, one important strategy will be to address these interconnected issues at the place where they all intersect: the molecular level. While no one would argue that this makes the challenges easy, it does become conceptually more straightforward through the principles of Green Chemistry.

Market Analysis:

The global surfactants market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 5.3%, by volume, and 5.5%, by value, during the forecast period of 2015 to 2020. The global surfactants market is projected to reach a volume of 24,037.3 KT and a value of $42,120.4 Million by 2020. The anionic surfactants segment dominated the global market, in terms of volume, with 7,686.1 KT in 2014, followed by the non-anionic surfactants, the volume of which was recorded at 6,345.7 KT in the same year. The amphoteric surfactants segment, with a share of 7.2% of the global market in 2014, is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period of 2015 to 2020, as compared with the anionic, non-anionic, and cationic surfactant segments. The market for packaging is projected to be valued at $994.9 Million by 2019. The textile segment is projected to account for the second-largest share in the poly lactic acid market. Lactic acid is the simplest hydroxyl-carboxylic acid with an asymmetrical carbon atom. The main applications of lactic acid lie in the biodegradable polymer, food and beverage, personal care product, and pharmaceutical industries. Lactic acid is used in the production of PLA plastics, which are mainly used in packaging products that comply with the environmental norms. The renewable chemical market is driven by the increasing demand from the food packaging industry, biodegradable & compostable plastics, and other consumer products. The renewable chemicals market is estimated to reach $83.4 billion by 2018 with a CARG of 7.7%.

List of Best International Conferences:

1.4th Materials Science and Engineering Conference.
September 14-16, 2015 Florida, USA.
2.2nd Past and Present Research Systems of Green Chemistry Conference.
September 14-16, 2015, Orlando, USA.
3.Pharma Middle East Conference.
November 02-04, 2015 Dubai, UAE.
4.Advances in HPLC and Chromatography Techniques Conference.
March 17-18, 2016 London, UK.
5.6th Global Experts Meeting and Expo on Nano materials and Nanotechnology.
April 21-23, 2016 Dubai, UAE.
6.6th Materials Science and Engineering Conference.
September 14-16, 2015 Florida, USA
7.2nd Annual Congress on Pharma Middle East.
November 02-04, 2015 Dubai, UAE.
8.2nd Past and Present Research systems of Green Chemistry Conference.
 September 14-15, 2015, Orlando, USA.
9.Processes in Isotopes and Molecules Conference. 
 September 23rd, Napoca, Romania.
10.International Symposium on Applied Chemistry.
October 5-6, 2015, Bandung, Indonesia.
11.HPLC Congress.
March 24-25, 2016 London, U.K
12.8th Environmental Research Congress.
July 27-28, 2016 Luebeck, Germany.


Relevant Society and Associations:

  • Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale
  • Greener Educational Materials for Chemists (GEMs) 
  • Green Chemistry at the University of Oregon 
  • Green Chemistry at OEHHA 
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
  • American Chemical Society 
  • The Green Chemistry Network (GCN) 
  • Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency
  • American Chemical Society
  • The American Chemical Society (ACS) 

Related Companies:

  • Green Chemistry For Chemical Fertilizers Industry Co (Asia) 
  • Shanghai Green Chemistry Engineering Technical Research Center( Asia)
  • CCM Argriculture Sdn. Bhd. (Asia) 
  •  Pharma Currentis GmbH & Co.KG (Asia) 
  •  Xiaohe Green Chemistry Chemical Industry Yingyong Institute Indoor Environment Jinghua And Management Yanfa Center (Asia) 
  • Xuzhou Normal University Green Chemistry Laboratory (Asia) 
  • AlfaKleen Chemical Labs (Aamerica) 
  • Glyeco Inc (Aamerica) 
  • Reluceo (Aamerica) 
  • Glycos Biotechnologies(Asia) 
  • Butalco (Europe) 
  • Pennakem(Aamerica) 
  • Allylix (Aamerica) 
  • Synthezyme (Aamerica) 

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