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6th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Recycling, will be organized around the theme “Advancements in Recycling for a Sustainable Future”

Green Chemistry Congress 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Green Chemistry Congress 2019

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Green Chemistry is the new and rapid emerging branch of Chemistry is also called as Sustainable Chemistry. It is focused on the designing of products and processes that will minimize or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous materials. Green chemistry does not only lead to environmental benefits, but also for the social and economic advantages. Environmental Chemistry is the discipline which includes the environmental impact of pollutants, the reduction of contamination and management of the environment.

 

  • Track 1-1Principles of Green Chemistry
  • Track 1-2Bio catalysts
  • Track 1-3Green Chemistry Benefits
  • Track 1-4Green Synthesis
  • Track 1-5Green Solvents

Industrial Waste Management or Recycling is the waste that is produced by the industrial activity and is a carefully constructed and environmentally conscious plan to dispose of the solid, special, and hazardous wastes generated by various industries. Examples for industrial wastes are chemical solvents, pigments, sludge, metals, ash, paints, etc.

Recycling the industrial by-products and waste can save the company a lot of money and reduce the material costs.

Recycling also conserves the energy by decreasing the greenhouse gas emissions and decreasing the demand for products made from manufacturing processes that are very energy intensive.

  • Track 2-1Processing and Collection of Industrial Waste
  • Track 2-2Recycling of Pharmaceutical Waste
  • Track 2-3Benefits of Industrial Disposal Recycling
  • Track 2-4Recycling of Industrial Waste Material
  • Track 2-5Recycling of Industrial Waste for Agricultural Use

Green Engineering is the manufacturing and design of products. It has the least negative impact on the human and the environment.

Green Engineering requires the engineers to finding solutions to problems consider the impacts of the solution on the external environment. Systems analysis provides the engineer with the ability to recognize the problem in its overall context.

By examining the relationships of the project with the environment, the engineer can avoid making undue environmental impacts. The full range of impacts cannot be appreciated without considering the engineer task as part of an environmental system. 

  • Track 3-1Green Engineering and Sustainability
  • Track 3-2Green Engineering Benefits
  • Track 3-3Green Genetic Engineering
  • Track 3-4Green Resource Engineering
  • Track 3-5Principle of Green Engineering

E-Waste or Electronic Waste can be reuse, resale and reprocess. Some of the example for E-wastes: information technology equipment such as computers, mobile phones, laptops, batteries, circuit boards, hard disks, and monitors among others. Home appliances such as televisions, air conditioners, electric cookers and heaters, air conditioner, fans, DVDs, Radios, and microwaves etc. Informal processing of electronic waste may cause serious health problems and pollution. Recycling of E-Waste is a growing trend and to protect human and environmental health mainly due to the widespread environmental pollution impacts of E-Waste.

  • Track 4-1E-Waste Management Techniques
  • Track 4-2Benefits of E-Waste Management
  • Track 4-3E-Waste Management and Disposal
  • Track 4-4Land pollution
  • Track 4-5Toxic Waste

Sustainability and Environmental Safety has a minimal negative impact on the global or local environment, economy, community, society. 

Sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes, it has an ability to make development as sustainable by ensuring the needs of the present demands without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, which includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, politics, economics, and culture.

Various environmental policies have been implemented across the globe for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions for improvement of the environment. Sustainability interfaces with economics through the social and ecological consequences of economic activity.

  • Track 5-1Hazardous-Waste Recycling
  • Track 5-2Disposal of Waste Materials
  • Track 5-3Conservation of Species
  • Track 5-4Sanitary Landfill
  • Track 5-5Environmental Safety Biodiversity
  • Track 5-6Environmental Safety Standards

Green Chemistry is the branch of chemistry. Applications of Green Chemistry include Green Technologies in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Food & Flavor Industry, Paper & Pulp Industry, Sugar & Distillery Industries, Polymer Industry, Tannery Industry, Textile and Green Chemistry in Agrochemicals. It will minimize the risk to human health and the environment

It will vanish the use of Green Chemistry and plays an important role in alternate energy science, and the production of novel methods to make solar cells, fuel cells, and batteries for energy storage solvents or render them more effective.

 

  • Track 6-1Providing Energy Security
  • Track 6-2Designing of Safer Chemicals
  • Track 6-3Design for Degradation

A Biofuel is a fuel that is produced from the Biomass, such as anaerobic digestion and agriculture, and produced by the formation of fossil fuels, such as coal and petroleum. Several transportation fuels can be produced from Biomass.

Biomass can be converted into energy forms like liquid and gaseous fuels.

 Biodiesel is a form of diesel fuel, it is manufactured from animal fats or vegetable oils and it will improve the greenhouse gas emissions profile of the transportation sector.

  • Track 7-1Sustainable Bio fuels
  • Track 7-2Emission of Greenhouse Gas
  • Track 7-3Bio fuel Benefits
  • Track 7-4Bio fuel Energy
  • Track 7-5Biomass as an Energy Source

The Materials used in Green Building can be recyclable, which improve the production environment and quality of life. These materials reduce the environmental impact associated with transportation, fabrication, installation, processing, disposal, and recycling of building materials.

Green Building Materials are enrolled in the construction of industry to address various environmental challenges including climate change, atmospheric pollution, natural resource depletion, loss of biodiversity and contamination of freshwater resources.

  • Track 8-1Green and Sustainable Building Materials
  • Track 8-2Building Materials for Greenhouses
  • Track 8-3Green Building Recycled Materials
  • Track 8-4Benefits of Green Building Materials

Recycling is the process of used materials that are waste material into new material or useful products. This is done to decrease the use of raw materials that would have been used. Recycling uses less energy and a great way of controlling air, water, and land pollution.

Waste materials that are usually recycled such as Plastic Waste, Paper Waste, Metal Waste, Water Waste. The benefits of waste recycle are it help to protect the environment. Recycling conserves natural resources and it will save the energy.

Plastic Waste is one of the severe problems for the health of the human, animals and sea creature. So, recycling is an effective method to be more sustainable with residential waste.

  • Track 9-1Recycling of Plastic
  • Track 9-2Recycling of Metal
  • Track 9-3Recycling of Paper
  • Track 9-4Recycling of Water

Green Energy Production is also called renewable energy. It is produced from the sustainable energy sources without fossil fuels or nuclear energy. The sources of renewable energy are sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat.

Renewable energy can be replacing fossil fuels in all the major areas including electricity, space heating, water and fuel for motor vehicles.

Green Energy plays a major role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. When renewable energy sources are used, the demand for fossil fuels is reduced. Unlike fossil fuels, non-biomass renewable sources of energy (hydropower, geothermal, wind, and solar) do not directly emit Greenhouse Gases.

 

  • Track 10-1Green Industrial Technology
  • Track 10-2Green energy and social benefits
  • Track 10-3Biomass Conversion
  • Track 10-4Solar Thermal Applications
  • Track 10-5Greening Urbanization and Urban Settlements
  • Track 10-6Socio-economic and Policy Issues
  • Track 10-7Sustainable policies

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.

  • Track 11-1Energy Efficiency
  • Track 11-2Safer Chemicals
  • Track 11-3Safer Solvents
  • Track 11-4Renewable Feedstocks
  • Track 11-5Reduce Derivatives

The Climate Change is used to refer to anthropogenic climate change. Anthropogenic climate change is caused directly or indirectly by human activity. Climate Change will vary depending on the climate change policies and social development. The two main policies involved in the climate change are reducing human greenhouse gas emissions (climate change mitigation) and adapting to the impacts of climate change.

Climate Change affects the agriculture through the changes in average temperatures, climate extremes and rainfall, changes in pests and diseases; changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide and changes in the nutritional quality of some foods; and changes in sea level.

  • Track 12-1Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Track 12-2Effects on Biodiversity
  • Track 12-3Deforestation
  • Track 12-4Greenhouse Gases

Green Nanotechnology is the study of technology. It is used to build the clean technology to decrease the human health and environmental risk.

Green Nanotechnology involves two goals such as Producing Nano-Materials and Producing Nano Products. Nanotechnology materials are used in fuel cells, solar cells, and biofuels. Green nanotechnology applications might involve a clean production process, include synthesizing nanoparticles with the recycling of industrial waste material into Nano-materials, such as turning diesel soot into Carbon Nanotubes.

  • Track 13-1Nanotechnology for Green Building
  • Track 13-2Carbon Nano tubes
  • Track 13-3Green Nanotechnology for Bio fuel Production
  • Track 13-4Nanotechnology Green Energy
  • Track 13-5Nano material’s for Water Treatment
  • Track 13-6Nanotechnology for Renewable Energy

Green chemistry is called as sustainable chemistry. It is mainly used to design chemical products and procedures. So that will decrease the production of hazardous chemical substances. Green chemistry is very helpful in the prevention of pollution at the molecular level, it gives innovative scientific solutions, it reduces the negative impacts of chemical products on human and the environmental health. The main application of Green Chemistry is it will prevent the waste, Design less hazardous chemical synthesis, maximize atom economy, Increase energy efficiency.

  • Track 14-1Waste Control
  • Track 14-2Atom Effectiveness
  • Track 14-3Application of Non- Destructive of Reagents
  • Track 14-4Safer Chemicals Scheming

Biodegradable plastic is the plastic that will decompose the plastic naturally in the environment. This is because of when microorganisms in the environment metabolize and break down the structure of the biodegradable plastic.

So, this Biodegradable Plastic which causes less harm to the environment than traditional plastics. It is manufactured from the natural plant source include orange peel, starch, plants, corn oil. Biodegradable Plastic is not harmful to the environment, because it is made from natural sources.

  • Track 15-1Biodegradable Composite Materials
  • Track 15-2Advantages of Bio plastics
  • Track 15-3Biodegradable Clothing Materials

In this session of Green Toxicology or Environmental Toxicology the application of predictive toxicology in the sustainable development and production of new less harmful materials and chemicals, subsequently reducing waste and exposure. Built upon the foundation of “Green Chemistry” and “Green Engineering”, “Green Toxicology” aims to shape future manufacturing processes and safe synthesis of chemicals in terms of environmental and human health impacts. Being an integral part of Green Chemistry, the principles of Green Toxicology amplify the role of health-related aspects for the benefit of consumers and the environment, in addition to being economical for manufacturing companies. The approaches are also being discussed. 

  • Track 16-1Principles of Environmental Toxicology
  • Track 16-2Air Pollution
  • Track 16-3Environmental Toxicology of Air Pollutants
  • Track 16-4Land Pollution
  • Track 16-5Water Pollution