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Green chemistry is the invention, design and application of chemical products and processes to reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances for workers and consumers. Green chemistry has been immensely successful in devising ways to reduce pollution through synthetic efficiency, catalysis and improvements in solvent technology. Chemicals that pose less risk to human health and the environment are: Less toxic to organisms. Green technology reuses, manages and recycles waste. Green technology is used for waste management, waste incineration, etc.
Green technologies include ionizing and ultraviolet radiation, ohmic heating, high power ultrasound, high hydrostatic pressure and pressurized carbon dioxide, all of which impose mild conditions on food matrices. The application of green technology in food technology not only imparts environmentally friendly practices, but also produces healthy and nutritious products. There are several technologies previously applied for non-food purposes which can now also be used for food processing, such as liquid or supercritical carbon dioxide, ultrasonic waves, pulsed electric field
Green engineering is explained as the design, marketing and use of feasible and economical processes and products while minimizing the generation of source pollution and risks to human health and the environment. The most obvious application of green engineering is environmental impact. Green technology helps reduce emissions, conserve water, reduce waste and use less energy than conventional technology
Green Polymer Chemistry is an addition of Green Chemistry to Polymer Science and Engineering. Evolution in this field have been stimulated by health and environmental concerns, interest in sustainability, desire to decrease the dependence on petroleum, and opportunities to design and produce green products and processes. Most advances include new uses of bio based feedstock, green reactions, green processing methodologies, and green polymeric products
Green chemicals degrade into harmless products or are recovered for later use. Plants and animals are less tolerant of damage from toxic chemicals in the environment. Lower potential for global warming, ozone depletion and smog formation and less chemical disruption of ecosystems. Synthetic methods must be designed to maximize the incorporation of all materials used in the process into the final product. Pollution prevention means the elimination or reduction of the quantity and toxicity of potentially harmful substances at their sources, before their production, treatment, off-site recycling or disposal. Recycle, reuse or donate automotive fluids. It emphasizes the prevention or minimization of pollution, controlling it once it is generated.
Waste to Energy is the process of creating energy in the form of electricity and heat from the primary treatment of waste, or the processing of waste into a fuel source. The waste (fuel) is burned, releasing heat. The heat turns water into steam in a boiler and high-pressure steam turns the blades of a turbine generator to produce electricity. An air pollution control system eliminates pollutants from the combustion gas before it is released through a smoke stack. WtE facilities typically reduce waste volumes by 90%.
Renewable Energy is the energy which is collected from renewable resources is naturally replenished on a human timescale. It also includes sources like sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. The most important types of renewable energy sources are - Biomass, Wood and wood waste. In renewable energy sources, energy transforms from biomass to electrical, solar to electrical, solar to thermal, wind to electrical, biogas to electrical, biogas to thermal, chemical to electrical, and potential energy of water to electrical. Renewable energy storage batteries are applied in alternative electricity generating systems, which allow energy to be stored when available and released to the grid when needed.
Climate change refers to the endless variations in temperatures and weather patterns, including precipitation, temperature and winds. These changes can be natural, for example by variations in the solar cycle. Global warming refers to the persistent warming of the Earth caused by increased emissions of greenhouse gases. Climate change encompasses global warming but refers to the consequences of this change in the Earth's overall temperature. Warmer temperatures over time change weather patterns and upset the usual balance of nature. This brings many risks to human beings and all other life forms on Earth. Global warming refers to the increase in global temperatures due primarily to increased concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
Green Analytical Chemistry is the design and development of analytical procedures to determine certain compounds in a given sample that generate less hazardous substances, involving atom economy and energy efficiency. These techniques are the use of analytical chemistry techniques and methodologies that reduce or eliminate the use of hazardous chemical reagents or solvents. These techniques are easy to use and can be used inline or at line to obtain results quickly. This is where Analytical Chemistry is an important tool for confirming the green result of a chemical or technology and on the other hand chemical analysis methods need solvents, reagents, energy, and they generate waste.
Photochemistry is the study of chemical reactions, isomerization’s and physical behavior that can occur under the influence of visible or ultraviolet light. Photochemistry is the use of light for chemical reactions and is common in food processing. This can be used to decrease or increase production time or potentially improve quality and it can also be useful when one ingredient cannot easily interact with another without causing a reaction. Photo catalysis is a type of catalysis that results in the change in the rate of a photoreaction, a chemical reaction that involves the absorption of light by one or more reacting species by adding substances that participate in the chemical reaction without being consumed. Photo catalysis is a very versatile and efficient process that can be adapted for use in many disinfection applications in air and water matrices.
The study of natural and biochemical phenomena of nature, especially impacted by human activities, is known as environmental chemistry. It should not be confused with green chemistry, which seeks to reduce potential pollution at source. It includes the study of heavy metal contamination of land by industry. And also the leaching of nutrients from agricultural land into waterways, which can lead to algal blooms and eutrophication
An environmental hazard is a condition, progression, or state that critically affects the environment. Environmental hazards marked as physical or chemical pollution of air, water and soil. Environmental hazards can cause considerable harm to humans and the physical environment. Design the exhibition, by not consuming dangerous elements, or by using them in such a way that no individual is left unprotected. If this does not prevent exposure entirely, then prevent or minimize the emission of the substances into the air.
Environmental epidemiology is one of the most significant outfits used in environmental management choice making owed to its ability to assess and monitor environmental hazards in different situations and quantify their health impact on the population at threat. Environmental epidemiologists study health effects with known or suspected bonds to environmental contaminants. They study developmental delays, neurological disorders, cardio-pulmonary diseases, and further health effects in people of all ages.
Environment Security is an order and a notoriety title that reviews and updates pragmatic aspects of natural insurance and well-being at work. From a natural perspective, it's about finding a logical way to manage production with green guidelines, such as monitoring waste or air fumes until helping the premises reduce the carbon footprint. Organization From a wellness and safety perspective, this involves trying efforts and systems to recognize hazards in the work environment and reduce accidents and exposure to hazardous circumstances and substances.
Greenhouse gases that cause the greenhouse effect. The main greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide. The Earth's atmosphere is made up of many different types of gases, each of which has a different impact on the greenhouse effect. The most important greenhouse gases are water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases. Therefore, greenhouse gases are just atmospheric gases that trap heat in the atmosphere. This trapped heat creates a greenhouse effect, which contributes to climate change.