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Applications of green chemistry

  1. 1. ARC 344 FINAL PROJECT CEMRE KESKİN
  2. 2.  Introduction  Green Chemistry Principles  Applications of Green Chemistry  Industrial integration  Environmentally friendly catalysis  Biomass  Conclusion
  3. 3.  Sustainability is a problem for the industry  Increasing awareness of people  Related with my field studies
  4. 4.  Major aims: • Prevention of wastes • Increase energy efficiency • Cheaper processes • Reduced risks
  5. 5.  Classical methods pollute environment  ‘Old school’ chemistry is not efficient enough  Maximized sustainability
  6. 6.  They speed up chemical reactions  Used alot in chemical industry  Increases productivity  Lowers capital use
  7. 7.  Wastes are materials that we can’t make use of them  They are produced undesirably while we are trying to get our product  They pollute our environment
  8. 8. Energy Reactor Products Wastes Raw Materials
  9. 9. Raw Materials Reactor Wastes (Raw Materials) Reactor Products Wastes (Raw Materials) Products
  10. 10.  “One plant’s waste is other plant’s raw material” approach  Eliminates the waste  Reduces the operating costs
  11. 11.  Also called “green catalysis”  Has alot of advantages when compared to classical type of catalysis  Recently found method (~15 years)
  12. 12.  Named as “Homogeneous Catalysis”  They are dumped to environment after use  Causing huge pollution problems  Financially ineffective
  13. 13.  Named as “Heterogeneous Catalysis”  Can be used over and over  Increases productivity  Saves alot of money
  14. 14. • Environmentally Friendly Catalysis: • Subsequently reduced the catalyst costs • Has earned the second biggest share in the market • With high selectivity, operating costs went down
  15. 15.  Bio-Mass;  Uses the living organisms (vegetables and plants) to get useful energy  Has a great potential to;  Be developed in the industry  Solve the current sustainability problems  Completely “green”
  16. 16.  Green chemistry is very environmental friendly and efficient  Green Chemistry Applications  Industrial integration  Environmentally friendly catalysis  Biomass  Apply green chemistry to;  reduce fuel oil consumption  prevent the damage to environment
  17. 17.  I designed the end product such that:  All people can access  Information will be easy to follow  People will be aware of situation after visiting  Hopefully people who are aware, will take action
  18. 18.  Since it is a new topic,  Available data for industry changes in time  Amount of information is scarce;  Some companies keep their data as secret  Available sources are hard to reach
  19. 19.  Anastas, P. T.(1998), Warner, J. C. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice, Oxford University Press  V.K. Ahluwalia (2008), Green Chemistry: environmentally benign reactions  M. Ackmez et al. (2011),Green chemistry for environmental sustainability
  20. 20.  G. Ertl et al.(2008), Handbook of Heterogeneous Catalysis  CatchBio Research Group (ND), Green Energy: From Waste to Fuel , www.catchbio.com
  21. 21. Thank you for listening Any questions

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