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22nd International Conference on Past and Present Research Systems on Green Chemistry, will be organized around the theme “Rise of New Era Towards Enlightening Innovations in Greener Proficiency”

Green Chemistry 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Green Chemistry 2019

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Nanotechnology is being utilized in a few applications to improve the environment. This incorporates cleaning up existing contamination, enhancing producing strategies to diminish the age of new contamination, and making alternative sources more cost effective.

Nanotechnological items, processes and applications are relied upon to contribute fundamentally to ecological and atmosphere security by saving crude materials, energy and water as well as by reducing greenhouse gases and hazardous wastes. Using nanomaterials in this way guarantees certain ecological advantages and sustainability impacts. Note, in any case, that nanotechnology at present assumes a subordinate role in ecological protection. Environmental Organizations themselves join just constrained significance to nanotechnology in their particular fields.

Environmental Science: Nano covers the advantages and ramifications of nanoscience and nanotechnology on ecological and human wellbeing and sustainable design, development and utilization of nanotechnologies. This incorporates the following.

  1. Rational design
  2. Life cycle implications
  3. Quantifying the benefits and risks of nanomaterial applications
  4. Biological uptake and ecotoxicity
  5. Novel applications for water, air, soil, food and energy
  6. Characterisation in biological and environmental media
  7. Nano-bio interactions
  8. Environmental fate, reactivity and transformations
  9. Environmental remediation
  • Track 1-1Hydro energy
  • Track 1-2Environmental Nanotechnology
  • Track 1-3Nanoenergy
  • Track 1-4Nanomedicine
  • Track 1-5Environmental Sustainability
  • Track 1-6Nanocomposite

Modern wastewater minimization can be conducted using four principle procedures: (I) reuse; (ii) regeneration-reuse; (iii) regeneration-recycling; and (iv) process changes. This study is concerned about to explore the most reasonable way to deal with wastewater minimization for an old material industry plant. An efficient water systems configuration utilizing water pinch analysis (WPA) was created to limit the water use and wastewater generation for the material plant. The general consequence of this investigation demonstrates that WPA has been adequately connected utilizing both reuse and recovery reuse methodologies for the old material industry plant, and diminished the working expense by 16% and half individually.

  • Track 2-1Water Treatment
  • Track 2-2Pinch Analysis
  • Track 2-3Water Reuse
  • Track 2-4Osmosis Process
  • Track 2-5Water Balance

Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change goes on for an expanded timeframe. Environmental change may refer to an adjustment in normal climate conditions, or in the time variety of climate around longer-term normal conditions. Environmental change is caused by certain factors, such as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions.

Environmental change, particularly climate change, has developed as a major concern in current generations. Demand for energy sources, water and food for raising the standard of life are driving the natural changes. Deforestation and CO2 emissions from non-renewable energy sources, for example, coal and oil are the fundamental factors for environmental change. Many companies have effectively taken real activities to enhance our logical comprehension of ecological change and to adjust to and relieve these progressions. A portion of the pressing logical and building challenges in the territory of condition change are talked about beneath.

  • Track 3-1Climate Oscillations
  • Track 3-2Global Warming
  • Track 3-3Climate change and agriculture
  • Track 3-4Climate science
  • Track 3-5Air quality
  • Track 3-6Biodiversity and ecosystem research

Renewable energy source is gathered from resources which are normally renewed on a human timescale, for example, daylight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy provides energy in four vital areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural energy services. Sustainable energy is energy acquired from non- exhaustible resources. By definition, sustainable energy serves the requirements of the present without harming the ability of next generations to meet their needs.

  • Track 10-1Geothermal energy
  • Track 10-2Bio energy
  • Track 10-3Solar Energy
  • Track 10-4Wind Power
  • Track 10-5Hydropower
  • Track 10-6Energy storage

Green Nanochemistry can impact the proposal of nanomaterials and items by decreasing contamination from the production of the nanomaterials, adopting an existence cycle strategy to nanoproducts to estimate and reduce where environmental effects may happen in the product chain, outlining harmfulness out of nanomaterials and utilizing nanomaterials to treat existing environmental problems. Green nano chemistry has based on the standards of green chemistry and green engineering. To the other side from the apparent zones of utilizing nanomaterials in the areas of biofuels, solar cells, and fuel cells, green nanotechnology applications may involve include a clean generation process, for example the reusing of industrial waste items into nanomaterials.

  • Track 11-1Clean Technology
  • Track 11-2Nanocatalysis
  • Track 11-3Solar cells
  • Track 11-4Nanoremediation
  • Track 11-5Energy & water conservation
  • Track 11-6Nanotechnology in Agriculture
  • Track 11-7Industrial microbiology

Energy and water are rare assets and understanding the complicated energy– water nexus is an important issue for effective resource management. The reason for this examination was to analyse down the competitive and cooperative connections including energy and water production and utilize. The outcomes demonstrate that coordinated administration of hydropower and water supplies can increment sustainable power source creation, bring down power harmony cost, and diminishing carbon dioxide outflow.

  • Track 13-1Refinery process
  • Track 13-2Industrial water testing

Environmental Engineering and Management is a unique program designed for environmental professionals in the modern work place. The program's objective is to provide advanced education in the scientific and regulatory background, state-of-the-art engineering practice, and the social and policy implications of environmental management.

 

The challenging coursework addresses pressing problems in all aspects of environmental engineering: infrastructure development, restoration and maintenance; liquid and solid waste management; remediation of contaminated land and groundwater; fate and transport of pollutants in surface and groundwater; and local, state and federal environmental regulation and policy.

  • Track 14-1Hydrodynamics and Water Resources
  • Track 14-2Geotechnical Engineering
  • Track 14-3Agricultural Engineering
  • Track 14-4Green Technology

Green chemistry is the outline of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use of harmful substances. Green chemistry applies over the existence cycle of the chemical products, including its outline, produce, utilize, and extreme transfer. Green chemistry is otherwise called environmental science. Green chemistry decreases contamination at its source by limiting or taking out the harmness of synthetic feed stocks, reagents, solvents, and items.

Environmental science might be characterized as the investigation of the responses, sources, transport, impacts, and destinies of compound species in water, air, soil, and living situations, and the impacts of innovation. Environmental science is a part of science, containing highlights identified with natural science, physical science, explanatory science, and inorganic science and in addition more various territories, for example, general wellbeing, organic chemistry, toxicology, and the study of disease transmission. Natural science is the investigation of concoction forms occurring in the earth which are affected by humanity's exercises and the effects might be felt through the nearness of air toxins or harmful substances from a synthetic waste site, or through consumption of ozone layer which may influence a dangerous atmospheric devation. The present natural issues prompts the remediation of ecological media, and to new, low vitality, low outflow, and practical procedures. Ecological science clarifies concerning the contamination of air, water, sustenance and living life forms by harmful metals, soils, petroleum products, pesticides and natural toxins. Green science edifies novel substance responses which are earth benevolent and controls the contamination.

  • Track 15-1Industrial pollution
  • Track 15-2Marine Pollution
  • Track 15-3Soil Pollution
  • Track 15-4Air pollution
  • Track 15-5Environmental Sustainability
  • Track 15-6Waste management and recycling
  • Track 15-7Ecotoxicology

Chemical and Polymer Engineering is the combination of synthetic designing with polymer science. Polymer science or macromolecular science is a subfield of Materials Science concerned about polymers. Polymer science is a chemistry branch which deals structures and their properties also known for macromolecular chemistry. Polymer science additionally manages issues identified with Medicine, Biology, Biochemistry and Material Science; be that as it may, Polymer Chemists focuses around manufactured organic polymers because of their commercial significance. It is tied in with examining how the monomers converge to create valuable substances with the coveted highlights by controlling their atomic structure, the composition, and applying compound and preparing procedures that can impact the properties of the final product.

  • Track 16-1Control and Design of Polymerization
  • Track 16-2Polymer Processing
  • Track 16-3Petrochemicals
  • Track 16-4Graphene and fullerenes
  • Track 16-5Colligative properties

Recycling is the fundamental stages in reusing are the accumulation of waste materials, their handling or fabricate into new items, which may then themselves be recycled. Recycling can help decrease the amounts of solid waste saved in landfills, which have turned out to be progressively costly. Recycling also reduces the pollution of air, water, and land resulting from waste disposal.

The composition of e-waste is diverse, containing in excess of 1,000 variable toxic and non-toxic substances. The beginning of innovative progression of electrical and electronic apparatuses is rapid to the point that new items rapidly supplant existing models or make certain things of electronic hardware repetitive, futile, in this manner creating a consistent wellspring of E- waste generation.

  • Track 17-1Natural Gas Recovery
  • Track 17-2Environmental Impact of Electronic Waste
  • Track 17-3E waste Processing techniques
  • Track 17-4Biodegradable wastes
  • Track 17-5Renewable energy sources

Conventional examinations in the environmental science include the utilization of hazardous organic materials. Substitution of alternative greener methods wherever conceivable decreases biodegradable waste and enables understudies to think about the requirement for environmental chemistry. A green electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction (EAS), nitration of tyrosine, has been developed for use in the environmental research works. This response enables to consider the shifted parts of EAS including actuating and deactivating gatherings and o, p, m directors in a green domain. Product characterization can be proficient by melting point, UV, or NMR.

  • Track 18-1Catalytic Bromination
  • Track 18-2Heterocyclic Compounds
  • Track 18-3Aromaticity
  • Track 18-4Electrophilic aromatic substitution
  • Track 18-5Nucleophilic aromatic substitution

The main goal of green analytical chemistry is to use analytical procedures that generate a smaller amount hazardous waste and that are safer to use and more benign to the environment. Miniaturisation of analytical devices and shortening the time elapsing between performing analysis and obtaining reliable analytical results are important aspects of green analytical chemistry. Solvent less extraction techniques, the application of alternative solvents and supported extractions are considered to be the key approaches complying with green analytical chemistry principles. Green analytical techniques include Capillary Electrophoresis, Green Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy, Green Bio analytical Chemistry, Green separation techniques, Green Chromatography, Green Instrumental Analysis, Green Sampling Techniques, and Green Electro analytical Methods etc.

  • Track 19-1Cloud Point Extraction (CPE)
  • Track 19-2Green separation techniques
  • Track 19-3Green Chromatography
  • Track 19-4Green Sampling Techniques
  • Track 19-5Green Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Track 19-6Pharmaceuticals quality control

Toxicology is a discipline, chemistry, pharmacology, and medicine that involve the study of the adverse effects of chemical substances on living organisms and the practice of diagnosing and treating exposures to toxins and toxicants.

Toxicity is the degree to which a chemical substance or a particular mixture of substances can damage an organism. Toxicity can refer to the effect on a whole organism, such as an animal, bacterium, or plant, as well as the effect on a substructure of the organism, such as a cell (cytotoxicity) or an organ such as the liver (hepatotoxicity). Broadly saying, the word may be metaphorically used to describe toxic effects on larger and more complex groups, such as the family unit or society at large. Sometimes the word is more or less synonymous with poisoning in everyday usage.

  • Track 20-1Environmental Toxicity Testing
  • Track 20-2Industrial toxicology
  • Track 20-3Analytical toxicology
  • Track 20-4Ecotoxicology
  • Track 20-5Molecular toxicology
  • Track 20-6Biochemical toxicology
  • Track 20-7Food and chemical toxicology
  • Track 20-8Risk Assessment