Plastic substitutes and other breakthroughs from 25 years of green chemistry

Plastic substitutes and other breakthroughs from 25 years of green chemistry
 

This year, green chemistry celebrates its 25th birthday. The science of finding more sustainable and less toxic chemicals was once a revolutionary idea, but has since become a part of the consumer product landscape. From removing carcinogens from furniture to banning ineffective antibacterial chemicals, the struggle to create a healthier and more sustainable chemical landscape continues to attract widespread attention.
Customers – and companies – are taking note. A recent survey estimates that the global market for green chemicals is on track to grow from $11bn in 2015 to $100bn in 2020. In... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Health, Views: 35
Source: Guardian
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