ROLE OF GREEN CHEMISTRY IN OUR DAILY LIFE
Keywords: Green chemistry, Environment, Sustainability
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The newsletters can be downloaded for free at http://www. chemsoc.org/networks/gcn/industry.htm
See Healthy Business Strategies
Sustainable Biomaterials Guidelines available at www.healthybuilding.net/biopolymers
PVC is problematic for many reasons: it is a petroleum-based material, it is made with vinyl chloride monomer, a known carcinogen, and it produces dioxin (a highly toxic chemical) during its manufacture and when burned.
12Interface, Shaw and other companies’ case examples of green chemistry applications are featured in Healthy Business Strategies for Transforming the Toxic Chemical Economy available at www.cleanproduction.org.
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