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|Main Title||The Presidential green chemistry challenge awards program : summary of 1999 award entries and recipients : green chemistry challenge.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Pollution, Prevention, and Toxics.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Pollution Prevention and Toxics,|
|Subjects||Chemistry--Research ; Chemical industry--Research grants|
|Additional Subjects||Green Chemistry Program (US) ; Awards ; Environmental chemical substitutes ; Alternatives ; Product development ; Technology innovation ; Design ; Chemical compounds ; Material substitution ; Materials replacement ; Waste recycling ; Waste management ; Waste treatment ; Water treatment ; Solvents ; Implementation ; Industry ; Small business ; Government agencies ; Federal agencies ; Pollution prevention ; Academia|
|Collation||83 p. ; 28 cm.|
President Clinton announced the Green Chemistry Challenge on March 16, 1995, as one of his Reinventing Enviornmental Regulations Initiatives. EPA Administrator Carol Browner announced the Green Chemistry Challenge Awards Program on October 30, 1995. This document provides summaries of the entries received for the 1999 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Awards. The approaches described in these summaries illustrate how numerous individuals, groups, and organizations from academia, small businesses, industry, and government are demonstrating a commitment to designing, developing, and implementing green chemical methodologies that are less hazardous to human health and the environment. The approaches described in these summaries also illustrate the technical and economic feasibility of implementing green chemical methodologies and are recognized for their beneficial scientific, economic, and environmental impacts.
Cover title. "EPA744-R-00-001." "March 2000."