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Sustainable Development and Chemistry :

In a world with a continuously increasing population and limited resources, the idea of a sustainable development is of major importance is it for the future. Only research and innovation will allow the development of economic and social networks and processes that fulfill the requirements of sustainability. The future has to be planned with visions, creativity, and fantasy, including brand new approaches and the exploration of the unknown. Sustainability, in science and technology, begins when we start thinking of how to solve a problem or how to turn science into technology. Chemistry, as the science of matter and its transformation, plays a central role in this process. It is the bridge between physics, material sciences, and life sciences. Only chemical processes, which have reached - after careful optimization - a maximum in efficiency, will lead to more sustainable products and production. Scientists and engineers, who invent, develop, and optimize such processes, play a key role. Their awareness, creativity, and looking ahead is needed to bring reactions and chemical processes to maximum efficiency. The term "Green Chemistry" has been coined for efforts towards this goal.

 

Goals and initiatives:

At Paragon industries we try more efficient processes using less material and producing less waste to go hand in hand with economic growth and improve the social well-being.

At paragon industries we constantly strive to:

  • Develop new, more environmentally friendly products and processes
  • Improve energy production and energy use systems
  • Improve our understanding and knowledge of relevant environmental processes
  • Identify and anticipate problems
  • Help to refine techniques to assess environmental impact
  • Consider environmental impact
  • Good product management (for example: optimizing raw materials)
  • Minimizing waste
  • Carry out sustainability auditing and reporting
  • Develop improved methods
  • Interpret results at every stage
  • Advise where caution is necessary (for example: just because sensitive modern techniques can detect a material at very low levels, doesn't mean its presence is significant)
  • Sustainability Development at Paragon Industries:

    On site Incinerator at Viramgam site with 30,000 liter capacity per day Zero Discharge Concept adoption of clean development mechanism change of technology, to suite environment norms have been implemented.Also we are official member within the norms of Naroda Environment treatment plant and Sanad Eco waste water treatment plant.

    For Vatwa (chemical complex III): We are member of CETP(Common Effluent Treatment Plant)

    Preservation of life:

    GOALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY

    Green technology is the future of this society. Its main goal is to find ways to produce technology in ways that do not damage or deplete the Earth's natural

    resources. In addition to not depleting the natural resources, green technology is meant as an alternative source of technology that reduces fossil fuels and demonstrates less damage to the human, animal, and plant health, as well as damage to the world. Next, green technology is used so that products can be re- used and recycled. The use of green technology is supposed to reduce the amount of waste and pollution that is created during production and consumption.

    GREEN TECHNOLOGY

    Green is the way to go. In order to go with green technology, you need to fully understand what green technology is. Basically, green technology is that in which the technology is environmentally friendly and is created and used in a way that conserves natural resources and the environment. You may hear green technology being referred to as environmental technology and clean technology. Green technology is a field of new, innovative ways to make changes in daily life. Currently, this clean technology is in the beginning stages of its development. The future will only bring bigger and better things for this field.

    Green economy

    • Follow management principles
    • Consider whether there are better ways to 'meet the need'
    • Be aware of relevant legislation, codes of practice, standards, and guidance
    • Lead by personal example
    • Assess, as far as possible, the environmental, social, and economic impacts of activities and take appropriate decisions or given appropriate advice
    • Use appropriate tools and techniques