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The Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop (IGCW-2009) is the first milestone by Green ChemisTree foundation in expressing commitment to address these Industrial needs. It seeks to create a momentum in ...

The Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop (IGCW-2009) is the first milestone by Green ChemisTree foundation in expressing commitment to address these Industrial needs. It seeks to create a momentum in implementing Green Chemistry and Engineering technologies at industrial scales, altering realities ‘on the ground’.

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  • Organizers www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Co -organizers
      • Newreka Green Synth Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - INDIA
      • An enviropreneurship venture initiated by technocrats from IIT-Bombay
      • Green Chemistry Network Center, University of Delhi - INDIA
      • Indian Chapter of American Chemical Society- Green Chemistry Institute, USA
      • Chemical Industry Digest, Blockdale Publications, Mumbai- INDIA
      • India’s leading chemical & engineering monthly, now into the 22 nd year of publishing
  • www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale, USA The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, USA Department Science & Technology, Govt. of INDIA Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT-Bombay, INDIA American Chemical Society- Green Chemistry Institute, USA Supporters
  • Royal Society of Chemicals, UK, DMG World Media, USA Partners Chemical Search International, UK Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews Journal, US www.IndustrialGreenChem.com View slide
  • To look at revisiting chemistries and see how at source changes are being & can be incorporated for greening the processes Focus of IGCW 2009 Topics to be covered www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
      • Sustainable catalysis
      • ‘ Green’ reaction media
      • Natural reaction conditions
      • Recycling chemical process engineering
      • Novel process intensification
      • Innovative micro-reactions & reactors
      • Green & clean R&D requirements
      • Environmental policy & regulatory mechanisms (from control to prevention)
      • Identification of priority barriers in implementing Industrial Green Chemistry (IGC)
      • Ecosystem & funding for Enviropreneurship
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  • 9-Eye (I) Approach www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Themes Objective Target Audience
    • Day 1 (4 th Dec. 09)
    • Ignition
    • Inspiration
    • Initiation
    To recognize importance and urgency of Industrial Green Chemistry amongst Chief decision World of senior management: Chairman, CEOs, MDs, Presidents, CXOs, PROs, Directors, Strategic Advisors, Founders, Entrepreneurs, etc.
    • Day 2 (5 th Dec. 09)
    • Identification
    • Invention
    • Innovation
    To identify key challenges, view various upcoming paradigms & provide significant input for identifying its application Senior delegates from the world of R&D: Technical Directors, R&D Managers, VPs, CTOs, Chief Scientists, Consultants, Advisors, etc.
    • Day 3 (6 th Dec. 09)
    • Implementation
    • Industrialisation
    • Impact
    To encompass specific requirements of industries for implementing Industrial Green Chemistry, & implicating its overall ecological and economical impact. Project, Production & Operation Managers, General Managers, Vice-presidents, Advisors, Consultants, CXOs, Directors, etc.
      • Create the concept of Industrial Green Chemistry (IGC)
      • Connect all stakeholders (industry, universities, research institutes, government bodies, students, media, etc.)
      • Initiate projects, partnerships
      • Ignite Senior Management & chief decision makers
      • Explore its potential to maximize the Profitability
      • Recognize individuals, industry, scientists and students for their pioneering Initiatives and contributions
      • Inspire minds to Pursue Green Chemistry and Green Engineering with Commitment and Passion
    IGCW 2009 as a milestone seeks to: www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
  • Overall Participation structure:
    • Over 750 Chief delegates from
      • Pharmaceuticals & bulk drugs
      • Agro-based companies
      • Dyes & pigments
      • Fine & specialty chemical companies
    www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
  • IGCW 2009 is committed to forward the following outcome: www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
      • Facilitating over 750 chief delegates to explore the value of Industrial Green Chemistry
      • To showcase global trends in industrialization of ‘Sustainability’ and ‘Green Chemistry’ technologies
      • Platform the emerging technological competencies
      • Disseminate fundamental information & create awareness through scientific exchange
      • Build linkages between all stakeholders (esp. academia and industries)
      • Identifying scientific problems of mutual interests
      • Addressing the urgency for reducing the critical challenge of e-factor
  • Thirty leading speakers have confirmed their contribution Few of the speakers on the board: www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
    • Prof. Paul Anastas , Director - Centre for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale, USA
    • Dr. John Warner, CTO, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, MA, USA.
    • Dr. Ray Anderson , Founder & Chairman, Interface, Inc. USA
    • Dr. Murli Sastry , Chief Scientist-Tata Chemicals Innovation Centre, India
    • Dr. Bob Peoples , Director-American Chemical Society-Green Chemistry Institute, USA
    • Prof. G D Yadav, Director-Institute of Chemical Technology -ICT (Formerly UDCT), Mumbai, India
    • Dr. Pete Myer , CEO of Environmental Health Sciences, USA
    • Dr. Rajendra Varma , Senior Scientist-Environmental Protection Agency, USA
    • Dr. Mark Dorfman , Green Chemistry Naturalist-Biomimicry Guild , USA
    • Dr. Joe Armstrong , Merck Research Laboratories, USA
    Chief Guest for A ward Evening felicitation by Dr. Jairam Ramesh , Hon’ble Union Minister, Ministry of Environment & Forests
  • Leading Participants
      • Tata Chemicals Ltd.
      • Teva API India Ltd
      • Matrix Labs Ltd
      • Dishman Pharmaceutical & Chemicals Ltd
      • Jubilant Organosys Ltd.
      • Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.
      • Atul Chemicals Ltd.
      • Aptuit Laurus Pvt. Ltd.
      • Aditya Birla Science & Technology Center
      • Pidilite Industries Ltd.
      • Meghmani Groups
      • PI Industries
      • Please visit the website for viewing the compete list of participants
    www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
    • Opportunity to showcase ‘Green’ initiatives through exhibitions
    www.IndustrialGreenChem.com
    • Opportunity to be an IGCW sponsor
    IGCW-2009 Participation opportunities:
    • Register as an IGCW-2009 participant
    • Opportunity to apply for Industrial Green Chemistry Award
    Please visit the website for confirming your participation
  • www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Tangible Long-term Short-term Intangible
    • Opportunity to let your contribution & commitment stand out World-wide
    • Exploring business opportunities in the upcoming domain of GC &GE
    • Optimum exposure before, during and after the event
    • Effective way to acclaim your ‘Green’ & clean initiatives world wide
    • Symbiotic opportunity to stand out as an Industrial leader
    • Creating an ecology for Industrial sustainability
    • Contribute in freeing our water resources from hazardous effluents
    • Ensuring your organisation’s ecological & economical value footprint
    Multidimensional opportunities
    • IGCW-2009 Diamond Sponsor Rs. 15,00,000 /-
    • Get affiliated as an IGCW-2009 co-organiser
    www.IndustrialGreenChem.com value credibility profits initiative Accessing opportunities through sponsorship
    • GOLD Sponsor Rs. 12,50,000 /
    • Get across your commitment to Chemical Industry World-wide
    • SILVER Sponsor Rs. 10,00,000 /-
    • Stand out as a leader in the emerging ecology of Industrial Sustainability
    • BRONZE Sponsor Rs. 5,00,000 /-
    • Contribute & forward the cause of Industrial Green Chemistry
    • Industrial Award Evening & Cocktail-Dinner Sponsor Rs. 7,50,000 /-
    • Commence the new frontiers of 21 st century in Chemical Industry
  • www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Showcase your organisation’s ‘green’ initiatives
    • Opportunity to avail shell booth (3 * 2 Sq. m) for Exhibition & other promotional benefits
      • International company at $ 6000/-
      • Indian Company at Rs. 2,50,000/-
    Get your ‘green’ initiatives recognized by Dr. Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister of MoEF
    • Apply for Industrial IGCW-2009 Awards
  • www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Additional features
    • Pre & post IGCW-2009 online discussion forum to network with participants & all stakeholders
    • Opportunity to facilitate parallel events:
      • One day workshop for High school teachers by beyond benign - a US based institute, committed & competent in training teachers towards teaching Green Chemistry
      • One day seminar for Chemical Engineering students to learn about Green Chemistry & Green Engineering, from Prof. Paul Anastas & Dr. John Warner (father of green chemistry)
      • Facilitate webcasting of key presentations on the first day’s in universities & institutes across the globe
    • Opportunity to organize one to one board meeting with the experts (subject to prior commitment)
  • www.Ind ustrialGreenChem.com looking forward to your contribution & commitment to ensure a sustainable future for all…..
  • www.IndustrialGreenChem.com Thank you!