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GREENING THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Green Chemistry Group

There is increasing pressure from both society and Governments for chemistry based industries to move towards the sustainable and waste-free production and use of chemicals. Scientists at York and Newcastle are working alongside the Green Chemistry Network to develop new, clean chemical technologies and to help get them adopted by industry.

Green Chemistry is the design, manufacture, and use of environmentally benign chemical products and processes that prevent pollution and reduce environmental and human health risks. Green Chemistry operates on many levels from education through to research and industrial implementation. Green Chemistry is based on a set of common sense principles aimed at maximising the efficiency of chemical processes whilst minimising waste and environmental impact. The ideal chemical process would use a renewable feedstock, run to 100 % yield at ambient temperature and pressure and use no solvent, hence avoiding separation stages. Ideally, after its lifetime the product would either be recycled or if released into the environment, break down to innocuous, non-toxic degradation products.

The University of York is at the forefront in education and research in Clean Chemical Technology. The world- renowned Green Chemistry research group is housed in the Clean Technology Centre (CTC) in its new purpose built research laboratory. With an annual research income of close to £1M and over 25 graduate and postdoctoral researchers the groups outstanding achievements have been rewarded with awards and honours. The groups major research interests include supported reagents for use in synthesis, catalysis, trapping and transport, clean synthesis, novel catalytic reactors, new materials based on renewable resources, mesoporous solids and chemically modified materials.

The internationally renowned Process Intensification and Innovation Centre (PIIC) is based at the University of Newcastle. Process Intensification is a highly innovative concept in the design of process plant. The aim of intensification is to optimise capital, energy, environmental and safety benefits by radical reductions in the physical size of process plants. The centre’s research activities include spinning disc reactors, micro reactors, compact heat exchangers and high-G separation technology with application in fine chemicals, polymers, food, medical, pharmaceuticals energy and other industries.

The Green Chemistry Network is sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry and located at the University of York. The main aim of the GCN is to promote awareness and facilitate education, training and practice of Green Chemistry in industry, academia & schools. The Green Chemistry Research Network is funded by the EPSRC and aims to act as a forum for discussion between industrialists and academics and between chemists and engineers with interests and expertise relevant to Green Chemistry.

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