The Scientific committee invites participants from all over the world to Share the Knowledge at the International Conference on Green Chemistry in Singapore on September 20-21,2023 .The theme of the conference is to "Minimize the usage of hazardous substances for sustainable development" which brings together scientists, Academicians, ResearchScholars, engineers ,Business Executives & Students to share their knowledge and estimate emerging technologies in Green Chemistry across the globe.This experience helps Green Chemistry 2023 to encourage a strong level of dialogue and discussion, thus maximizing the benefits of attendance. This Conference surely provides great research-related information and insight into the development of the world Chemical industry, which in turn attendees to make better and more profitable decisions for upcoming generations.
Track 01 :
Green chemistry and Technology: Green Chemistry and Technology is the study of novel idea which developed in the business and regulatory society as a natural evolution of pollution distrustful actions. Green chemistry takes a pace further and builds new methods for chemistry and engineering to design chemicals, chemical processes and products in a way that evades the production of toxic substances and waste generation. It stops the environment being polluted. If a technology eliminates the harmful chemicals used to clean up environmental contaminants, this technology would indicates as a green chemistry technology.
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Biomass is plant or animal substance that is used for energy production. It is the fuel developed from organic materials, a renewable and property supply of energy to generate electricity or totally different sorts of power. Biomass can be grown, collected, and converted to substitute liquid fuels by different methods. Currently, biomass-to-ethanol is Conversion on a large scale to provide a gasoline additive in the United States and Brazil, among various places. It has the probability to reduce greenhouse warming through the availability of energy from CO2-neutral feedstocks. Biomass differs from other Renewable energy resources (solar, wind, and geothermal) in that it has a non-zero fuel cost. Biomass doesn't add Global greenhouse gas to the atmosphere because it absorbs a continuous amount of carbon in growing because it releases once it's consumed as a fuel. It may be main Supply of energy and the most significant fuel worldwide once coal, oil and gas.
Green chemistry education
Green chemistry in society and markets
Principles in Green Chemistry
Green Extraction Techniques
Recycle waste content: Recycleg is the method of collecting and processing materials .Recycling includes the three steps mainly those are Collection and processing, Manufacturing, purchasing novel products made from Recycled Materials. Many benefits are there by recycling Process mainly Prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials, Saves energy, enhances economic security by tapping a domestic source of materials.
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Trends in Green Chemistry: Green Chemistry is a novel method to design safer chemicals and processes. It reduces the negative effect of chemicals on the human health & environment and helps in achieving sustainability in the chemical production. The main aim of chemists to make products that are effective and economical expanded the scope of Green Chemistry.
• Incorporate Sustainability early in the design process
• To Create Industrial Processes that avoid hazard Problems
• Development of Eco-friendly chemicals
• Use of environmentally Benign Solvent systems
• Generating Wealth from Waste
Track 05 :
Biomass can be transformed into diverse forms of energy by using various processes. Numerous factors affect the choice of the process like quantity of biomass feedstock, desired energy form, environmental standards, economic conditions, and project specific factors. Biomass can be transformed into heat generation, transportation fuels and chemical feedstock. Biomass conversion technologies includes thermo chemical conversion and biochemical conversion. In thermo-chemical conversion, energy is produces by applying heat and chemical processes. There are four thermo-chemical conversion methods which comprises combustion, Pyrolysis, gasification and liquefaction process where as bio-chemical conversion includes digestion and Fermentation.
Biomass Resources, Conversion Technologies
Bio-based Chemicals and Reactions
Biomass Policies, Markets
Biogas & Waste-to-Energy
Track 06 :
The developing field of green analytical chemistry is concerned with the development of analytical procedures that lessen consumption of hazardous reagents and solvents, and maximize safety for operators and the environment. In current years there have been substantial developments in methodological and technological tools to avoid and reduce the harmful effects of analytical activities. The three main features of Green Analytical Chemistry (GAC) include green sample pretreatment, miniaturization of analytical devices and a decrease in the waste generated and ensuring the use of proper waste treatment methodology used.
Green separation techniques
Green Sampling Techniques
Micro and Nanotechnology in Green Analytical Chemistry
Green Technologies in Food Production & Processing:
Green food production frequently suggests organic farming practices a few centuries ago. This type of farming uses a small area of land for crops and another area for grazing beef, sheep, and goat. Farm entities were more or less independent with no use of pesticides or herbicides and the only fertilizer used was manure. Organic farming ensembles the notion of a green technology. Primary, secondary, and tertiary processing techniques are discovered to convert raw produce into value-added foods and ingredients. Primary processing techniques such as cleaning, grading, dehulling, sorting, and milling are used as initial step in processing most of the grains. One of the most promising technological approaches to decrease environmental footprint in food processing is the use of enzymes. Enzymes speeds up reaction rates and results in savings in terms of time, energy, and cost. Food enzymes provide advantages in terms of specificity, sensitivity, their relative non-toxicity, high activity at low concentrations, and ease of inactivation.
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Industrial Applications of Green Chemistry:
Track 09 :
The trend of economic globalization has become progressively serious, environmental problems faced by all countries in the world. To protect the ecological environment, and promote the green, environmental protection and sustainability of social and economic development, all the countries are energetically carrying out research work on new energy sources. The idea of "green", adopt green manufacturing methods, and paying attention to the training of talents in the field of skill will be the main direction and goal of our country's future efforts in the field of chemistry. Growing consumer awareness towards renewable chemicals and increasing environmental concerns are driving growth in the market.
Waste Valorization Techniques:
Waste valorization is the procedure of getting waste and altering it into useful chemicals that can be utilized, whose value is beyond the cost of the energy has needed to process the transformation. Waste Valorization states that any industrial processing activity targeted for reusing, recycling, composting from wastes, and sources of energy. It often takes the form of one of the following activities: processing of residue or by-products into raw materials, use of waste materials in manufacturing process stages, and addition of waste materials to finished products. During the past years, many market sectors like transportation biofuels, heat and power generation and charcoal production started focusing on new technologies able to convert low quality (no cost) materials in high value products.
Green catalysts are the catalysts which are ecofriendly, can be restored hence reused multiple times and thus diminish waste production during process .Catalysis, one of the predominant principles of green chemistry, is capable of producing large material and energy savings as well as economic benefits. Catalytic reagents can be used to improve product selectivity, by enabling diastereomeric control and site specific transformations in multi-functionalised molecules.
Waste prevention instead of remediation:
Traditional waste management emphases on processing waste after it is created, concentrating on re-use, recycling, and waste-to-energy conversion. Waste minimisation comprises efforts to avoid creating the waste during manufacturing. To effectively implement waste minimisation the one can requires knowledge of the production process waste. Waste minimisation can keep the environment and often turns out to have positive economic benefits. Waste minimisation can attain more output of product per unit of input of raw materials. Quality of products produced. Minimising waste generation makes it easier to meet targets of environmental regulations, policies, and standards.
New ideas for Non-toxic by products:
Clean Technology includes recycling, renewable energy (wind power, solar power, biomass, hydropower, biofuels, etc.), information technology, green transportation, electric motors, lighting, Greywater, and many other applications that are more energy efficient. It is a means to create electricity and fuels, with a smaller environmental footprint and minimize pollution to make green buildings, transport and infrastructure both more energy efficient and environmentally benign. A project that is established with concern for climate change mitigation (such as a Kyoto Clean Development Mechanism project) is also known as a carbon project.
Market Analysis of Green Chemistry 2023:
The Green Chemistry Chemicals market is estimated to register fluctuating growth trends in the long term, while inflation and supply chain alarms are expected to continue in 2023.Green Chemistry Chemicals market players' investments will be oriented towards acquiring new technologies, securing raw materials, efficient procurement/inventory, strengthening product portfolios, and leveraging capabilities to maintain growth during challenging times. The economic and social challenges are noted to be highly varying between different countries/markets and Green Chemistry Chemicals manufacturers and associated players are focused on country-specific strategies. Crude oil prices inconsistent to the tune of $60/barrel in one year are emerging to be a key concern for the Green Chemistry Chemicals market, as fuel and chemical prices are impacting many other segments. Irregular recovery in different end markets and geographies is a key challenge in understanding and analyzing the Green Chemistry Chemicals market landscape.Concerns of global economic slowdown, the Effect of war in Ukraine, lockdowns in China with resurging COVID cases, and the Risks of stagflation envisaging various market scenarios are pressing the need for Green Chemistry Chemicals industry players to be more vigilant and forward-looking. Robust changes brought in by the pandemic COVID-19 in the Green Chemistry Chemicals supply chain and the burgeoning drive for a cleaner and sustainable environment are necessitating companies to alter their strategies.
The objective of the conference is to gather researchers from different areas to discuss the design, Manufacture of chemical products to reduce or eliminate chemical threat. The conference will include senior executives, sales and marketing personnel, and strategic planners who will benefit from a wide range of the chemical, pharmaceutical, and petroleum industry. It is a multi-disciplinary forum for participants from academia, from authorities and other institutions to address the sustainability challenges we are facing today.
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Associate Faculty , Professor - Department of Forest Biomaterials
Full Professor/Catedrático in Organic Chemistry at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, SPAIN
PhD,MCIC,FICER,MInstP,MRSC,FARSS Chairman, CEO & CTO at Waste Technologies LLC
Professor of Chemistry at North Carolina State University
Research Scientist in the Department of Oceanography.
Director of Environmental Technology within the Forestry Environmental Resources Department
Professor in Chemistry
The International Conference on Green Chemistry was held in Paris, France during March 13-14, 2023. The conference brought together researchers, industry experts, and policymakers to discuss the latest advances and challenges in the field of green chemistry.
The conference began with a keynote address by Dr. Angela Allen, who spoke about the Pollution Prevention and Control processes that are safe, sustainable, and economically viable. She emphasized the need for collaboration between academia, industry, and government to achieve these goals.
The conference featured Eleven plenary sessions, including a panel discussion on the role of green chemistry in the circular economy, a session on green chemistry in the pharmaceutical industry, and a session on the application of green chemistry principles in materials science.
One of the highlights of the conference was a presentation by Dr. Olha Storchylo, Assistant Professor ,who spoke about the “Green Chemistry as an Organic medicine”. This breakthrough has the potential to revolutionize the use of patented drugs, the use of "green chemistry" will facilitate the solution of the problem and improve the quality of human life.
Other notable presentations included a talk by Dr.Marija Egerić University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, on the “Synthesis of metal organic framework - activated carbon composites for a photocatalytic degradation of congo red dye”, and a presentation by Dr. Mia Omerasevic Bucevac on the “Fabrication of porous anorthite ceramics using solid-wastes for thermal insulation”, and Dr.Mahmoud F. Mubarak on the “Investigating the adsorption of phenol onto activated carbon thin film hybrid carbon nanostructures in aqueous solutions” and Dr. Mirjana Radenkovic University of Belgrade, Serbia on the “Biomass and biofuel contribution to fine atmospheric particulate matter (PM2.5)”, and Dr. Sanja Krstic on the “Synthesis and characterization of Sio2 obtained from TEOS and Carbon Support”, and Dr.Radojka Vujasin on “the Removal of Re (VII) from aqueous solutions using zirconium-based MOF UiO-66 asadsorbent”, and Dr.Aleksandar Devecerski University of Belgrade, Serbia on the “Photocatalytic removal of the Congo red dye from aqueous solutions using UiO66/AC composite powders”.
In addition to the scientific program, the conference featured a poster session and a networking reception, providing attendees with opportunities to connect with colleagues and learn about the latest research in the field.
Overall, the conference was a great success, with attendees leaving with new insights and ideas for advancing the field of green chemistry. We look forward to next year's conference and continuing the important work of promoting sustainable and safe chemical practices.