Session V: Designing Sustainable Processes
Sustainability has become a key metric for today’s businesses to survive and thrive. Developing more sustainable products and industrial solutions requires a transition allowing society to reduce emissions, tackle climate change, while also providing economic/social benefits to everyone. It is a key consideration today for both new and existing products and their processes. Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) is a powerful tool to enable a deeper understanding of the technology, process, supply chain, and geographical aspects contributing to an individual product’s environmental impact. In combination with traditional techno-economic type evaluation techniques, LCA accelerates our ability to enhance a product’s financial profile while reducing the impact on the planet. This session will include multiple viewpoints from start-ups focused on designing chemicals/fuels from renewable materials to large players incorporating sustainability throughout traditional process development to improve carbon footprint and overall process economics.
Paper abstracts are public but to access Extended Abstracts, you must first purchase the conference proceedings.
Do you already own this?
Log In for instructions on accessing this content.
|AIChE Graduate Student Members||$695.00|
|AIChE Undergraduate Student Members||$695.00|