Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2019: Re sourcing Our Resources – Reducing Environmental Impact

Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2019

Re Sourcing our Resources
Reducing Environmental Impact

June 26th

Session 1 : Chair: Gareth Jenkins, ARCINVOA, UK
10.00
Abstract
Carbon Footprint of Recycled Chemicals: Sustainability in Action
Andrew Crowther, Tradebe, UK
10.45
Abstract
‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ – Challenging Process Design with a Proven Rationale Approach to Improve Sustainability
Marc-Olivier Simon, Ypso-Facto, France
Session 2 : Chair: Philip Broadwith, Business Editor, RSC Chemistry World
11.30
Abstract
High-performing, Safe and Sustainable Chemicals from Waste Wood
Fabien Deswarte, Circa Sustainable Chemicals Ltd., UK
12.15
Abstract
Micro Reaction Technology with Macro Process Efficiencies
Rafael Kuwertz, Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik GmbH, Germany
Session 3 : Chair: Gareth Jenkins, ARCINOVA, UK
13.00
Abstract
Introducing a Family of Sustainable High Performance Polyols
David Hess, Allessa GmbH / WeylChem International GmbH, Germany
13.45
Abstract
Sustainability in Chemical Packaging
Arash Hassanian, Hoover Ferguson Group Inc., USA
Session 4 : Chair: Bruce Lane, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector
14.30
Abstract
Squeezing more than just Orange Juice: Citrus Peel Valorisation
Avtar Matharu, University of York, UK
15.15
Abstract
Chemocatalysis – a Tool of Green Chemistry
Florian Bächle, Solvias AG, Switzerland
15.45 Close

 

 

June 27th

Session 5 : Chair: Bruce Lane, RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector
10.00
Abstract
Future of Biocatalysis – Enzymatic Reactions in Continuous Flow Processes
Vince Murphy, EnginZyme AB, Sweden
10.45
Abstract
Sustainable Biocatalytic Synthesis of β-Hydroxyl-α-Amino Acids on an Industrial Scale
Grzegorz Kubik, Enzymaster Deutschland GmbH, Germany
Session 6 : Chair: Philip Broadwith, Business Editor, RSC Chemistry World
11.30
Abstract
New Microcapsule Technology: Enabling a Future of Safer Laundry Products and Cleaner Oceans
Jamie Walters, Calyxia, France
12.15
Abstract
Membrane Enhanced Chemical and Biochemical Processes: the Effect of Nanomodification of Membrane Surface on Process Efficiencies
Marzio Monagheddu, Vito NV, Belgium
Session 7 : Chair: Tom Porter, Thomas Swan & Co Ltd, UK
13.00
Abstract
GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry
Nicholas Bennett, University of Nottingham, UK
13.45
Abstract
Membrane Emulsification versus Homogenisation – Benefits in Energy Usage and Process Efficiency
David Palmer, Micropore Technologies Ltd., UK
14.15 Close