Award Submission Format

1. A cover page with the

a) Project title followed by the date of the nomination.

b) Primary sponsor(s) : The individual or organizational owner of the technology. For academic nominations, the primary sponsor is usually the principal investigator. For nominations with more than one sponsor, each co-sponsor should have had a significant role in the research, development, or implementation of the technology.

c) Contact person :
The one individual with whom we should communicate regarding the nomination. For academic nominations, the contact person is usually the principal investigator.

d) Contributors (optional) :
Those individuals or organizations that have provided financial or technical support for development or implementation of the nominated technology.

2. The second page should contain the following information :

> Project title.

> Short description of the most recent milestone(s), with date(s), that the nominated technology has reached within the past three years. One or two lines are sufficient. Examples include, but are not limited to: critical discovery made, results published, patent application submitted or approved, pilot plant constructed, and technology implemented or commercialized. Only one milestone is required.

> A sentence indicating whether the nominated technology is eligible for which category of the award.

> Identification of the focus area (or areas) that fit your technology. No explanation is needed.

> Description of the research, development, or aspects of the technology that occurred within the Indian context

> Abstract not to exceed 350 words that describes the nominated technology, the problem it addresses, and its benefits. Include the state of implementation of the technology and any quantitative benefits such as amount (or potential amount) of hazardous substances eliminated. Organizers plans to publish shortlisted abstracts in IGCW-2009 electronic publications.

> Note: An executive summary is not necessary.

The information in this section should fit on page 2, but you may continue on page 3 if necessary.

3. The remaining pages should explain in detail how the nominated technology meets the scope of the program and the selection criteria. Explain the following :

> The chemistry of the new technology, emphasizing how the technology is innovative and of scientific merit. Consider including chemical structure diagrams rather than text to describe your chemistry. Patent numbers or references to peer-reviewed publications may strengthen your nomination. The judges recognize the interdisciplinary nature of green chemistry; however, to be eligible for an award, your technology must include a significant chemistry component.

> The problem (environmental or human health risk) that your technology addresses, the importance of that problem, and how your technology solves the problem.

> How your technology compares with other technologies that may address the same problem.

> The realized or potential benefits and drawbacks across all stages of your technology's lifecycle: from feedstocks to manufacture to use of the product to ultimate disposal of the product.

4. For Industrial participant also attach Company profile in approximately 300 words.

IMPORTANT: To make the strongest presentation of your technology for the judges, you should include as much nonproprietary detail as possible in your nomination. The judges will pay close attention to the specifics of your chemistry, including detailed reaction pathways, comparisons to existing technology, toxicity data, quantities of hazardous substances reduced or eliminated, degree of implementation in commerce, and other technical, human health, environmental, and economic benefits. The judges recognize that some sponsors will not be able to conduct a full lifecycle analysis, but like to see a discussion of impacts across the lifecycle. In addition, we strongly encourage you to compare the cost, performance, and environmental profile of your technology with any competing technologies. This may help you demonstrate the broad applicability of your technology.

It may help the judges if you address the status of any novel chemical substances or organisms under any appropriate laws especially if the technology is or is about to be commercially available.

You may include structure diagrams, tables, other graphics, and references, but all information must fit within the eight-page limit.

You may nominate more than one technology, but you must submit a separate nomination for each technology. You should probably combine multiple applications of the same general technology in a single nomination, however.

All entries received will be considered public information. No material will be returned. Program sponsors are not responsible for lost or damaged entries. We will acknowledge receipt of nominations, usually by email to the person listed as the Contact Person. If you have not received an acknowledgment by last week of October, please contact the award co-ordinator Ms. Meenakshi Singh, at minaxi.singh@industrailgreenchem.com OR contact for information at (022)-28791835.

Submit an electronic copy of the nomination in such a format that we can select and copy text from it. Please include the primary sponsor's name in the file name. It may be to your advantage to submit your nomination as a PDF file to minimize possible reading errors, but we will accept and be able to read all common file types.

Comments & Feedback
  • While I was only there for one day, I could tell that it was extremely successful. Congratulations on putting together a wonderful event.

    - Dr. John C Warner,
    Co-Founder 12 Principles of Green Chemistry, CTO-Warner Babcock Institute of Green Chemistry
  • You all have made a huge commitment to implementing green chemistry and engineering in India and all your hard work and sacrifice is beginning to be rewarded, I think. Thank you for all you have done, and continue to do. It's truly inspiring!

    - Dr. David Constable,
    Director, ACS-Green Chemistry Institute
  • The IGCW Conferences have established a unique niche in bringing together key stakeholders of Green Chemistry in India and providing them a platform to share experiences and best practices. I am sure in the years to come they will vastly strength the awareness of Green Chemistry and become a catalyst for change for the Chemical Industry of India. My very good wishes for continued success.

    - Dr. Swaminatthan Sivaram,
    Bhatnagar Fellow & Former Director, NCL, Pune
  • We thank you giving us an opportunity to participate/speak and further to get us associated with the IGCW Convention. It was a beautifully organized workshop, which gave us a chance to blend with various industries & Academia! "

    - Mr. Chandrakanth K Sethia,
    Sales Manager, Corning India Ltd.
  • It was indeed a fruitful exhibiting at the Symposium which gave an insight of the Industry working for the Green Environment. We had quite good interactions with few fellow industrialist to see how we can contribute to the same.Thanks for your support and Congratulation to you and your team for the successful event.

    - Mr. Rahul Kirkinde,
    Business Head- API Healthcare, Advanced Enzymes Technologies Ltd.
  • I appreciate all your efforts in India in the areas of Green Chemistry/Technologies. It was a very nice experience for me to attain IGCW-2015 and to receive the Award in SME category. The conference was very well organized.

    - Dr. Prakash Somani,
    Founder, Applied Sciences Innovation Pvt. Ltd.
  • It was a good show put up by you and your team. The event was satisfying in terms of industry presence and our content of discussions/presentations. Look forward to the next programme. Do share the details when ready.

    - Mr. Girish Thorat, ,
    General Manager – India, ROCHEM Separation Systems
  • Huge congrats for organizing such a great green chemistry conference. I enjoyed every bit of it. Those two days provided me real feedback about Indian industries approach towards green chemistry. My 180 degree seminar was highly appreciated by the audience and several industries are now in touch with me for some serious collaboration. It was great event and you should have it every year. You should also invite more active academicians in the field. Once again I like to congratulate both of you for the success of this event.

    - Prof. Vivek Polshettiwar, FRSC,
    Nano-Catalysis Laboratory (NanoCat), Department of Chemical Sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR)
  • Congratulations on organizing another successful and impactful IGCW 2015. It was my pleasure to participate and learn from this convention. "

    - Dr. Vilas Dahanukar,
    Chief Scientist, IPDO, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.
  • I want to say you and the rest of your fantastic team a very big thank you for organizing the conference which was a great learning and networking platform – we were happy to be able to contribute! And we look forward to continuing the collaboration in the future. All the best – and look forward to touching base again in 2016.

    - Mr. Michael Foldager,
    Senior Manager, Global Marketing & European Sales, Novozymes AS
  • I would also like to thank you again for giving me the opportunity to join and present at IGCW 2015 in Mumbai. It was a brilliant event, with fascinating content and high-profile participants. I made some good contacts there for my new company and I am optimistic for the next steps.

    - Dr. Wolfgang Eger,
    Director, Kijani Asia
  • The IGCW Conferences have established a unique niche in bringing together key stakeholders of Green Chemistry in India and providing them a platform to share experiences and best practices. I am sure in the years to come they will vastly strength the awareness of Green Chemistry and become a catalyst for change for the Chemical industry of India. My very good wishes for continued success.

    - Dr. Swaminathan Sivaram,
    Bhatnagar Fellow & Former Director, NCL, Pune
  • IGCW is a confluence of knowledge, research and solutions; a meeting of some of the great minds in Green Chemistry. It is a class apart and the passion, commitment and dedication to the cause that culminated in the two day IGCW-2015 shone forth from the IGCW team. I consider myself fortunate to have been a part of this great event. Team IGCW, may your passion be contagious ! Keep up the great work !

    - Ms. Sandra D’Sa,
    GM- Marketing, Geist Research Pvt. Ltd.
IGCW 2015 Speakers
  • Keynote Speaker
    Dr. John Warner
    Co-Founder, 12 Principles of Green Chemistry President, Chief Technology Officer, Board of Directors
    The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, USA
  • Dr. Ajit Sapre
    Group President R&T,
    Reliance Industries Ltd., India
  • Mr. Anil Jain
    CEO, API division,
    Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., India
  • Dr. Anil Kumar
    Principal Scientist & Head,
    TATA Chemicals Ltd., India
  • Dr. Charlotte Wiles
    Chief Executive Officer,
    Chemtrix BV, The Netherlands
  • Dr. Deepak Parikh
    CMD,
    Clariant Chemicals India Ltd., India
  • Dr. David J. Constable
    Director,
    ACS Green Chemistry Institute® (ACS GCI), USA
  • Dr. Denis Prat
    Head of Process Safety & Environment, Chemistry & Biotechnology
    SANOFI, France
  • Mr. Hans Ole Klingenberg
    Commercial Director,
    Novozymes A/S, Denmark
  • Dr. Joachim F Krueger
    Senior Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer,
    Clariant Chemicals, Switzerland
  • Dr. Maria Dalko
    Director of Chemistry Department,
    L'Oréal Research & Innovation, France
  • Mr. Mayank Singhal
    Guest-of-honour, CMD,
    PI Industries' Ltd., India
  • Dr. Murali Sastry
    CEO,
    IITB-Monash Research Academy, India
  • Mr. Nitesh Mehta
    IGCW Convenor & Founder Director,
    Newreka Green Synth Technologies Pvt. Ltd., India
  • Mr. Pasin A. Dave
    President,
    TBF Environmental Technology Inc., Canada
  • Dr. Rajagopal
    COO,
    KnowGenix, India
  • Dr. Rajan Venkatesh
    Vice-President - Chemical & Performance Products - South Asia,
    BASF, India
  • Mr. Ravi Kapoor
    Managing Director,
    Heubach Colour Pvt. Ltd., India
  • Dr. Rajappa Vaidyanathan
    Director and Head-Process Research and Development,
    Bristol-Myers Squibb, India
  • Dr. S. Hariharan
    CEO and Joint Managing Director,
    Solaris Chemtech Industries Limited, India
  • Mr. Samir Somaiya
    Chariman & Managing Director,
    Godavari Biorefineries Ltd., India
  • Dr. Sébastien Duprat de Paule
    Ph.D., R&D Director,
    CHIMEX - L'OREAL, France
  • Dr. Shisher Kumra
    Executive Director,
    Sustainability Support Service (Europe) AB, Sweden
  • Dr. Swaminathan Sivaram
    CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow,
    National Chemical Laboratories (NCL), India
  • Dr. Vilas H Dhanukar
    Chief Scientist - Process R&D, Integrated Product Development Organization,
    Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd., India
  • Dr. Walther Hofherr
    Executive Director,
    Ecological and Toxicological Association of Dyes and Organic Pigments Manufacturers (ETAD), Basel

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