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Meet you again in 2011!

Finally, the historic Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop – 2009 concluded with a huge success. At a time, when the entire world is keenly watching on the Copenhagen summit, expecting a greener and brighter future, IGCW was truly India’s contribution towards a sustainable future.

Today when the chemical world  is facing the challenge of addressing the E-factor (kgs waste generated / kg production), innovative and sustainable concepts of Green Chemistry and Green Engineering  should be the new paradigms to address these emerging challenges.  Thus, it is imperative that various stakeholders of the Chemical Industry came together to make this event a huge success.The event witnessed the presence of the who’s who of the chemical industry, viz, Prof. Paul Anastas, Dr. John Warner, Dr. Rajendra Varma, so on and so forth…

The workshop which was based on the 9 Eye approach, took the audience right from understanding the concept of Green chemistry from the horse’s mouth, viz, Prof. Paul Anastas to citing examples of companies, such as Tata Chemicals, who has built India’s the most efficient Urea Plant in Babrala.   Also, various intricate technical details about chemical compositions also where talked about in the event, such as, Dr. Murli Shastry’s lecture on the biological synthesis of nano-oxides, Dr.Myers lecture on obstructed bladder syndrome, etc. The event also was an opportunity for the participants to ask and understand anything and everything about Industrial Green Chemistry from the experts. It was also a prestigious platform where the contributors towards sustainability received their due recognition in the form of awards and exhibition. Companies, such as, Catapharma, PI Industries Ltd. , etc. were awarded for their benign initiatives. Even students initiatives were awarded.

However, truly a global event, I hope that this event become an inspiration for everyone to adopt benign ways and protect our planet from the ghastly disaster of global warming. If you have missed to be a part of this event, then you can check out the web telecast here at http://www.industrialgreenchem.com/index.html

Also, this is just a beginning, so if you have missed the opportunity to be at IGCW this time, then prepare yourself to be with us in the year 2011. Let us together share our sustainable contribution with the world!

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Explore and invent benign ways at Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop 2009

Years after years scientists around the world have been inventing some or the other technologies for the enhancement of the society. Hardly did they worry about the negative effects of the technologies or the chemicals that they created. But now when the water has crossed the head level, not only the scientists but even the laymen have realized the consequences of playing with the nature. Thus, initiatives and innovations are taken towards a sustainable future.

At Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop 2009, various renowned scholars and industry people will come together not only to spread a word about benign ways of delivering products and services but also to show illustrations and success stories of big companies who have achieved success inspite of adopting benign technologies. For this, on the second day of the workshop, speakers, such as, Prof. G D Yadav, Dr. Anil Kumar, and Dr. Rajendra Varma will give lectures wherein they will explain about innovations using various catalysis.

Prof. G. D Yadav will speak on innovations in catalysis as a tool for greener chemical products. Dr. Rajendra Varma, who was acknowledged as the “Visionary of the Year” at the “Green Technology for the Environment” conference for promotion and support of green and sustainable technologies, will speak on organics and non-material and their greener applications.

As a result, IGCW would be the right platform for entrepreneurs and people related to the chemical industry to explore and innovate ways to go benign in their production houses. So are you there with us?