Date:-Day I – Thursday October 5, 2017, 18.30 – 21.30 Hrs
Venue:- Emerald Ballroom, 1st Floor.
SERB, dept of science and Technology, Govt of India in collaboration with the green chemistree foundation will present the IGCW awards this year under the prestigious title of SERB-IGCW 2017 awards.
The SERB-IGCW awards will acknowledge outstanding case studies incorporating the Principles of Green Chemistry and Engineering into Chemistry routes, chemical designs and Manufacturing Practices; and steps taken towards pollution prevention while meeting the triple bottom line of People, Profit and Planet
The IGCW Awards, since 2009 has been recognizing outstanding research initiatives and industrialization stories in the field of “Green Chemistry and Engineering” by Industry and non-Industry groups.
1. MNC’s Large and Medium Scale Industries
2. Small Scale Industries
3. Green Chemistry Start ups
4. Knowledge Community
Participation focus – chief representatives from R&D, R&T, production, operations and environmental health and safety sectors
|Category||MNC’s and large companies||SMEs||Knowledge community||Students||Most promising technology|
|2009||PI Industries Ltd., Dr Abid Ali- Topic Technological innovations in manufacturing process oh phorate technical||Catapharma Chemicals Pvt. Ltd, Dr. Shrikant KarwaTopic - Catalytic Hydrogenation||Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Dr. J.S. Yadav-Technology for Enzymatic Degumming of Rice Bran Oil (50 tpd capacity)||Institute of Technology, Mumbai (IIT-B), Prof. Sanjay Mahajani -Project BIOSYNTH- Biodiesel Plant at IIT Bombay Campus||NA|
|2011||Orchid Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Mr S Mani – application of green chemistry based principles in triptan based molecules||STEPS, Mr. T. Raghavendra Rao - Waste Water Recycling for Re-use through Rapid Flocculation and Oxidation using Clay Based catalysts, flocculants and Stabilized Liquid Oxidants.||Gharda Scientific & Research Foundation (GSRF), Dr. Taher S. Dakorwala- Process for the preparation of Dioxazine Pigments (Pigment violet 23 )||Gauhati University, Dr. Kula Kamal Senapati -Synthesis of ferrite magnetic nanoparticles and nanocomposites and their catalytic applications||Praj Matrix Innovation Centre, Praj Industries Ltd. Development of commercial technologies based on Green Chemistry principles for processing biomas to value added products|
|2013||Dr Reddy’s laboratories, Dr Rakesh Bandichhor, Cost effective and scalable manufacturing process for voriconazole||Gharda Scientific & Research Foundation (GSRF), Dr. Taher S Dakorwala - Novel process to make Quinacridone Pigment Red 122||Centre for Lipid Research, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Dr. RBN Prasad -Development of Glycerol-based Acid and Base Carbon Catalysts for Green Processes||University of Tezpur, Ms. Sujata Pramanik -Towards Bio-erodible Vegetable Oil based Hyperbranched Poly(ester amide) Nanocomposites: From Anti-static Materials to Multimodal Biomedical Applications||Equinox Software & Services Private Limited (EQNX),MAXSOL – MAXimization of SOLvent recovery and recycling in Pharmaceutical and Other Chemical plants|
|2015||Pidilite, R N Mohanty - Green Process Development and Commercialization of Isopropyl Acetate||Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd, Dr. Prakash R. SomaniIndigenous technology for environment friendly production of carbon nanotubes||IIT Guwahati, Dr. Bhubaneswar Mandal -Industrially Important Recyclable Organo-Catalytic Coupling Reagent Development for Generating Best Quality Peptides, Amides, Esters and other Related Products||ICT Mumbai, Saurabh Patankar -Cascade engineered synthesis of valerolactone, 1,4 -pentanediol and 2-methyltetrahydrofuran from levulinic acid using novel Pd-Cu/ ZrO2 catalyst in water as solvent|
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