International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part E (2014)
Green chemical technologies for sustainable developments
The 21st century will pose new and alarming challenges to chemical engineering-a change in the raw material base, increasing environmental considerations and the necessity to apply new methodological approaches. This century will however, creep into more industries like the electronic industry, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnology and other industrial sectors, namely agriculture and food production.
The challenges facing the sustainability of technological advancement of chemical industry today are re-inventing the use of materials. To address these challenge, green chemical technologies is essential to many of the environmental and resource use problems at the heart of sustainable development. These technologies are, therefore, viable, cost-effective, environmentally advanced and most appropriate to the climatic, economical, geographical, ecological and social conditions of the country. This purpose can only be achieved by developing new environmental friendly, safe and nontoxic materials and their based innovative technologies. Therefore, CPI must support sustainable development by investing in green technologies and ensure increased adherence to safety, health and environmental standards.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Rahul Mishra. Green chemical technologies for sustainable developments. Int J Appl Res 2014;1(1):397-401.