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What is “Industrial Green Chemistry?” A context that goes beyond the theoretical understanding of ‘green’ chemistry and engineering (GC&E) An attempt to bring GC&E based products, process & technologies from the corridors of laboratories to the cauldrons of industry

A platform to familiarize Industrial GC&E not as a different genre of chemistry but as an integral way of doing Chemical Processes A focus to recognize emerging global trends in the direction of Sustain ability and Environmental Safety A commitment towards triple bottom-line benefits of Profit, Social Responsibility and Ecological Sustainability An ecosystem for creating real-time value for chemical companies by providing and seeking relevant Services, Technologies, Product, Expertise & Solutions.

Deliberations at IGCW Ignite awareness on Industrial Green Chemistry & Engineering (IGC&E) amongst the key stakeholders of Chemical Industry Inspire industrial leadership to explore economic potential of IGC&E Initiate strategic partnerships that offer a competitive edge to deal with environmental and economical challenges Identify priority challenges of Scale-up and Commercialization of IGC&E practices Invent core strategies to stay ahead of emerging global regulations on environmental issues Innovate means for integrating technologies for both, eliminating hazard at the design stage as well in the manufacturing processes Implement IGC&E practices to achieve the triple bottom line for our Planet, People & Profits Industrialization of IGC&E to transform the 20th Century ‘Grey Industrial Age’ to 21st century ‘Green Industrial Age’ Impact, in a tangible way, the quality of air, water & soil through above deliberations.


IGCW ECOSYSTEM IGCW has evolved into an ecosystem for all Chemical community stakeholders to come together with a single objective of exploring opportunities in the ‘World ‘of Industrial Green Chemistry and engineering based practices. Govt. Bodies IGCW is an ecosystem for : MNC Large & SME

Knowledge hubs Leading Publications

Academia & Research Institutes Government organizations

Media streams Aspiring Students in GC&E direction

Local & International Associations

Participation Focus

7%

Students

13% Research & Academic

15%

Industry

65%

Industrial Participants will include senior decision makers from the four most chemistry - intensive sectors: Pharmaceuticals & bulk drugs Agro-based companies Dyes & pigments Fine & speciality chemical companies Other process industry sectors

Brief glance into IGCW participation in 2009 & 2011 : MNC & Large Chemical Companies

Small & Medium Chemical Companies

Knowledge Community (Research Centers, Research Institutes, Start-ups, Technocrats, Consultants, etc)

Academia, Government Institutes & Associations

IITB

ICT

CSIR

Media

(Vogel Business Group)

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IGCW Symposium With more than 20 Industrial case-study presentations by experts and Industry leaders, over three days, around 9 Themes - is to zoom-into various aspects of industrial green chemistry and engineering practices and its 160 implementation. 140

IGCW Approach:

(eye) Vision Theme

Over 300 Chemical Industry delegates participated from:

120 100 80

The structure of IGCW Symposium is uniquely adapted on the 9-i (eye) Vision Themes to take the Green Chemistry Industrialization and implementation concepts beyond the confines of the laboratory to the corridors of industry and create tangible and intangible benefits for all stakeholders of the chemical industry.

Pharmaceuticals & bulk drugs

Dyes & pigments

Agro-based companies

Fine & speciality chemical companies

60 40 20 0

Categories

MNCs

2009

Large Scale

Medium & Small

Startups & Technocraft

Govt. Bodies

International International Associations Academia

Academic & Research Institutes

Students

Media

NGO

36

98

45

14

07

09

00

44

34

09

02

50

136

74

31

12

11

05

14

13

15

06

Each Day of IGCW is to distinguish the existing paradigms of unsustainable manufacturing of chemical products in the background of emerging sustainable trends and practices. All 9-i (eye) Vision Themes will be catalyzed to distinguish unworkable trends, strategies and practices leading to new possibilities, new phenomenon, new opportunities, new strategies, and new practices to Innovate, Integrate and Implement tangible and intangible, direct and indirect benefits of running a Sustainable organisation in the direction of triple bottom lines- People, Planet & Profit.

Opportunity to Partner with IGCW-2013 as:

Feedback received from participants:

Sustainability Partner

INR 10 Lacs (20,000 USD)

96% of presentations were rated above 7 on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 is the highest

Green Chemistry Partner

INR 8 Lacs (16,000 USD)

98% of survey respondents stated the workshop met their expectation

Green Engineering Partner INR 6 Lacs (12,000 USD) Recycle Partner

INR 4 Lacs (8,000 USD)

* Not inclusive of local taxes as applicable

100% of survey respondents stated they would recommend participation in this event to their network of friends and associates 95% of survey respondents stated they look forward to attending next IGCW

For further details on various other Partnership opportunities and benefits contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

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IGCW-2013 Symposium based on ‘9 - i (Eye) Vision Approach’ DAY 1 - 6th December, 2013, Friday Day 1 is for Chairman, Board of Directors, Founders, Presidents, CEOs and other Senior decision makers who are the “custodians” of an organisation’s core visions & values, and for whom the themes of Ignition, Inspiration and Initiation will bring-forth insights and opportunities for integrating industrial green chemistry & engineering based business models as aligned to their organisation’s vision & value of Sustainability. 6th Dec. ‘13

Inauguration

Keynote Address

Time

Speaker

Title of Presentation

08:00 - 09:00

Registration, Welcome note by Convener and Inauguration

09:00 - 09:45

Inauguration and Chief Guest note to audience, Dr. Rajagopalan, Secretary, Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF)

09:45 - 10:30

Keynote address by Prof. Paul Anastas, Director, Centre of Green Chemistry & Green Engineering at Yale, USA (Founder of Green Chemistry Principles)

10:30 - 11:00

Tea break, Inauguration of IGCW Exhibition Panel Discussion on Why integrating green chemistry as a strategy for the sustainance of chemical businesses Prof. Paul Anastas

Moderator

Dr. Ragopalan, CCO, KnowGenix, INDIA Panel Discussion

11:00 - 13:00

Mr. R A Rajiv, Principal Secretary for Dept. of Environment, Maharashtra State, INDIA Mr. Manish Panchal, Tata Strategics Management Group, INDIA Dr. Martin Vollmer, Clariant International, Switzerland Dr. Rafael Cayuela, Commercial Director, STYRON Feedstock Switzerland Mr. Krishna Srivastava, COO, United Phosphorus Ltd. (UPL) TBC

Theme 1 : Ignition

Theme 2 : Inspiration

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Networking & Visiting Exhibition

14:00 - 14:30

Mr. Ravi Kapoor, Managing Director, Heubach, INDIA

To be announced

14:30 - 15:00

Dr. Rafael Cayuela, Commercial Director, STYRON Feedstock, Switzerland

The Chemical Industrial under the 3rd Industrial Revolution - the “Sustainable one”

15:00 - 15:15

Q & A Session

15:15 - 15:45

Dr. David Constable, Director, ACSGreen Chemistry Institute, USA

15:45 - 16:00

Q & A Session

16:00 - 16:30

Tea break & Visiting Exhibition

16:30 - 17:00

Dr. Martin Vollmer, CTO, Clariant International, Switzerland

Sustainability and Megatrends – the fuel for innovation in the chemical Industry

17:00 - 17:30

Dr. Rajeev Pandia, Company Director and Corporate Adviser at various companies in India, the Middle East, Europe and the USA

Physics and Chemistry bringing Economics and Ecology together.

17:30 - 17.45

Q & A Session

Theme 3 : Initiation

17:45 onwards 19:00 - 20:30

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To be announced

Tea break, Inauguration of IGCW Exhibition Awards Ceremony & IGCW Report release by TATA Strategic Management Group


IGCW-2013 Symposium based on ‘9 - i (Eye) Vision Approach’ DAY 2 - 7th December, 2013, Saturday Day 2 is for the R&D and Technology Personnel such as Presidents & VPs, CTOs, CSOs, R&D Managers, Inventors, Innovators, Consultants, Technocrats and all those who are chiefly accountable for building new technologies to give strategic advancement to their organisation, and for whom the themes of Identification, Invention, Innovation, will facilitate relevant scientific know-how to align its application to their organisation’s vision & valueof Sustainability. 7th Dec. ‘13

Time

Speaker

Keynote Address

09:00 - 09:30

Keynote address by Dr. James Clark, Director, Green Chemistry of Excellence for Industry, University of York, UK

09:30 - 09:45

Q & A Session

Title of Presentation New Supply Chains based on Renewable Resources and New Technologies

Panel Discussion on Identifying research priorities in the domain of industrial green chemistry and engineering practices Dr. Swaminathan Sivaram, CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow & Former Director National Chemicals’ Laboratory (NCL), INDIA Panel Discussion

09:45 - 11:15

Moderator

Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Regional Director, National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) Dr. Roger Sheldon, CEO, Clea Technologies BV Dr. Surendra Kulkarni, Research Director & Site Head, SABIC Technology Centre, INDIA Dr. Murli Sastry, Director, Innovation at DSM India Pvt. Ltd., INDIA Dr. David Constable, Director- American Chemical Society- Green Chemistry Insitute, Washington DC, USA

11:15 - 11:45

Tea break & Visiting Exhibition

11:45 - 12:15

Dr. Swaminathan Sivaram, CSIR Bhatnagar Fellow & Former Director National Chemicals’ Laboratory (NCL), INDIA

To be announced

12:15 - 12:45

Dr. R Rajagopal, CCO, KnowGenix, INDIA

To be announced

12:45 - 13:00

Q & A Session

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Networking & Visiting Exhibition

14:00 - 14:30

Dr. Roger Sheldon, Delft University & CEO, CLEA Technologies Ltd.

Green, Bio-based Solutions for a Sustainable Economy

14:30 - 15:00

Dr. Bhasin, Chief Scientific Advisor, MidAtlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center

To be announced

15:00 - 15.15

Q & A Session

15:15 - 15:45

Tea break & Networking

15:45 - 16:15

Dr. Murli Sastry, Director, Innovation at DSM India Pvt. Ltd., INDIA

To be announced

16:15 - 16:45

Dr. Surendra Kulkarni, Research Director & Site Head, SABIC Technology Centre, INDIA

To be announced

16:45 - 17:00

Q & A Session

17:00 - 18:00

Tea break, Networking & Visit Exhibition

19:00 - 19:30

Plenary Talk by Dr. Roger Sheldon, Delft University & CEO, CLEA Technologies Ltd.

Theme 4 : Identification

Theme 5 : Invention

Theme 6 : Innovation

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IGCW-2013 Symposium based on ‘9 - i (Eye) Vision Approach’ DAY 3 - 8th December, 2013, Sunday Day 3 is for the Operations and Production Personnel - Directors, Presidents, VPs. Plant Managers, EHS Managers and all those who are responsible for the implementation of innovative technologies at Plant level and to align the ‘scale-up’ of their organisation’s vision & value of Sustainability. 8th Dec. ‘13

Time

Speaker

Title of Presentation

Keynote address

09:00 - 09:30

Dr. David Constable, Director, ACS - Green Chemistry Institute, USA

09:30 - 09:45

Q & A Session Panel Discussion on Challenges of industrialization and implementation of green chemistry and engineering technologies Dr. David Constable, Director, ACS Green Chemistry Institute, USA

Panel Discussion

09:45 - 11:15

Moderator

Bharat Jain, Member Secretary, Gujarat Cleaner Production Center (GCPC) Mr. Nitesh Mehta, Founder Director, Newreka Green Synth Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Dr. James Clark, Director, Center for Green Chemistry Excellence for Industry, University of York Dr. S Vijaykumar, Vice President, Process Engineering Head, IPDO, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.

Theme 7 : Industrilization

11:15 - 11:45

Tea break & Visiting Exhibition

11:45 - 12:15

Dr. S Vijaykumar, Vice President, Process Engineering Head, IPDO, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.

To be announced

12:15 - 12:45

Mr. Manfred Haebig, Director, Private Sector Development, GIZ

To be announced

12:45 - 13:00

Q & A Session

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Networking & Visiting Exhibition

14:00 - 14:30

Mr. Krishna Srivastava, CEO, United Phosphorous Ltd. (UPL)

To be announced

14:30 - 15:00

Mr. Nitesh Mehta, Founder Director, Newreka Green Synth Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

To be announced

15:00 - 15.15

Q & A Session

15:15 - 15:45

Tea break & Networking

15:45 - 16:15

Speaker to be announced

To be announced

16:15 - 16:45

Mr. Ravi Agarwal, Founder Director, Toxics Link, INDIA

To be announced

16:45 - 17:00

Q & A Session

17:00 - 17:30

Completion, Acknowledgement & Valediction of Symposium

Theme 8 : Implmentation

Theme 9 : Impact

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For further details on various other Partnership opportunities and benefits contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com


IGCW- Expo, focused exhibition on Industrial Green Chemistry & Engineering IGCW-Expo is one of the distinctive and focused industrial platforms available for commercial expansion of green chemistry and engineering based technologies, products & services, and bring these solutions to the senior decision makers of the Indian Chemical Industry over three days.

Why exhibit at IGCW–Expo ? Asia’s first and focused Industrial Expo showcasing green chemistry and engineering based technologies, products and services. Over 1,500 global visitors from Pharmaceuticals, Dyes and Pigments, Fine and Specialty Chemical companies. Showcase your technology to the Senior decision makers from over 1000 leading Indian and International organizations seeking green chemistry and engineering based technologies to resolve their process related environmental challenges. Opportunity to reach-out to the target market by utilizing the pre-exhibition promotion opportunities through IGCW Associate and Media Supporters. Get connected to over 30,000 Chemical community representatives presently connected to e-IGCW social media and Website.

For exhibiting your green chemistry and engineering based practices, technologies, products & services at IGCW-2013 EXPO, contact Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

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IGCW 2013 Confrimed Exhibitors so far...

IGCW 2013 Convention Layout

3 IGCW-2013 Conven on & Ecosystem Floor Plan 6' x 8'

Stage 24' x 15' x 1.5'

6' x 8'

6' x 8'

6' x 8'

VENUE :

GCF

& Newreka

24m²

Entitlements

Exhibition fees Industry (MNC, Large, SMC, etc.)

Shell scheme booth of your choice for three days Pre-event promotions (listing in all IGCW promotion literature, IGCW Website, Social Media, etc.)

Large booth 3 x 3 Sq. Mtrs.

Media mentions pre, during and post Convention Registration to IGCW full Convention for two representatives 2 nights’ accommodation at the venue for two (twin sharing) Lunch & dinner at the Convention

INR

USD

2,20,000

3666

Regular booth 3 x 2 Sq. Mtrs.

INR 1,80,000

USD 3000

Regular booth 3 x 2 Sq. Mtrs.

INR 1,40,000

USD 2333

(Outside)

(Inside)

25% discount on the above costs for Non-Industry (Academia, Research Ins tutes, Govt. bodies, NGO’s, etc.) * Not inclusive of local taxes as applicable

For exhibiting your green chemistry and engineering based practices, technologies, products & services at IGCW-2013 EXPO, contact Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

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IGCW 180 Seminars Based on the feedback as received from the Industry representatives in 2009, IGCW-2011 launched a series of subject specific Seminars consisting of domain expertise and focused presentations by experts to bring forth technical insights and its commercially viable methodologies. Each of these 3 hour Seminars consists of around 3-4 case-study presentations by Speakers who are domain experts. These Seminars are designed to create a metaphorical 180 shift from the existing know-how to an implementable paradigm for Industrial Green Chemistry and Engineering practices as door-step solutions.

Seminar Topics Green Chemical Processes & Measurements

Green Catalysts

Green Solvents

Green Engineering

Opportunity to be an IGCW-2013, 180 Seminar Partner. Get involved in designing your domain specific Seminars and get connected to interested industrial audience : This includes following entitlements Partner for Green Chemical Processes & Measurements

Affiliation as “Title� Partner in organising the 180 Seminar on any one of the above listed Seminars Opportunity to give a 30 mins business presentation in your titled Seminar Shell Scheme booth (6m2) of your choice for three days

Partner for Green Solvents

Exclusive branding in 180o Seminar Venue Listing as Seminar Partner on two back-drops at the time of the Convention Pre- event promotions through

Partner for Green Catalysts

Listing as your titled Seminar partner on IGCW promotional literature (print & web) Promotions through IGCW social media

Partner for Green Engineering

Media mentions- pre, post & during the Convention

o

180 subject-specific Seminar partnership contribution: INR 3,00,000/- + Taxes applicable

Promotional reach-out through IGCW partners in the respective networks across the globe Registration to full IGCW Convention (two representatives) Accommodation at the venue for two nights at the venue (twin sharing) Breakfast, Lunch and dinner during the Convention

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For details on any of the above Seminars and exploring promotional opportunities contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com


IGCW-Awards The Industrial Green Chemistry Awards are one of the first Indian expressions, to acknowledge individuals, organisations, and institutes for recognizing the importance and urgency towards integrating the principles of Green Chemistry and Engineering into their conventional ways of doing chemistry. It is to acknowledge pioneering and path breaking initiatives which are promising, and when recognized, can serve as potential reference technologies and solutions for creating a wave of green chemistry and engineering based initiatives across the chemical industry with a profit-people -planet inclusive approach.

IGCW Award Categories : MNC & Large Scale SME

Students

Knowledge Community

Most Promising Technology

(Academia , Research Institutes, start-ups, Technocrats, Scientists, etc)

To submit abstract for IGCW-2013 Awards nomination contact : Dr. Komal Maheshwari at komal.maheshwari@industrialgreenchem.com

Feedback shared by past IGCW participants : “ It has been tremendously valuable and worthwhile to be attending this event over the past three days. The discussions that have taken place, the presentations that have been made, the questions that have been answered and addressed have revealed the insight, have revealed a passion, have revealed a sense of urgency that things which are essential now move forward. ” Prof. Paul Anastas, Head - R &D, Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), USA

I think that passion is what is in abundance here; you can see it in the young students, you can see it in all the industrialists. It was a great conference, and I look forward to growing collaborations as we move forward. - Dr. John Warner, President & CPO, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, USA

Thank you for your hospitality- the event seemed to be a great success, largely due your organisations excellent planning and organization. - Prof. James Clark, Director, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence for Industry, University of York, UK “ IGCW-2011 Expo provided a very good opportunity for us to meet a large number of chemical industry professionals and green technology service providers who were keen about our range of services, and in particular our Green Chemistry & Technology services. These engagements led to new business engagements. We are sure that future IGCW events will continue to provide new growth avenues for all the stakeholders ” - Dr. R. Rajagopal, CCO, KnowGenix, India

“ We thank you again for all the effort and organisation that you've put into the IGCW and in making this event such a success for our company! We've had many good talks and conversations and are looking forward to establishing good relationships with several Indian Companies. It really was a great pleasure for us to participate in the IGCW convention ! ” - Katrin Kiesel, Bubbles & Beyond GmbH, Germany

“IGCW was a very good opportunity for us to introduce new products to potential customers from pharmaceutical and fine chemical industry in India” -Shunji Sakamoto, Specialty Chemicals Division, ZEON Corpoartion, Japan

For more promotional details contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

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Parallel events during IGCW-2013 Convention : IGCW Conferences One-day IGCW Conference for Pharmaceuticals’ Industry Date: 6th December 2013, Day I ; Time: 11:00 to 17:00 hrs Objectives:To bring together the Pharmaceuticals API & API Intermediate manufacturing companies for expanding their technical insights by interacting with global experts on the subject To connect the participating companies to some of the immediate and short-term solutions, technology and service provider companies. To objectively share and discuss barriers and challenges, and learning from successful case-studies.

One-day IGCW Conference for State Pollution Control Board Officers Date: 7th December 2013, Day II ; Time: 11:00 to 17:00 hrs Objectives : To expand the participating officers’ technical insights on industrial green chemistry & engineering technologies and approaches. To connect them to over 50 solutions and technology provider companies and organisations for suggesting alternatives to chemical companies in resolving some of their pressing environmental challenges faced. To facilitate a bridge between the PCBs and the chemical industry

Academia-Industry Partnership Interaction Date : 8th December 2013, Day III of IGCW Convention ; Duration : 4 hrs Objectives : To identify and bring together Academia & Research Institutes, and facilitate them with an industrial platform to present their ‘readyto-commercialize’ technologies to the Industry seeking solutions. To seek industry partners for scaling these technologies for resolving thier pressing environmental challenges To put-forth various partnership models and modus operand that will contribute in accelerating the implementation of IndustryAcademia partnership projects. For more promotional details contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

IGCW Workshops Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop (IGCW) for Students Date : 8th December 2013, Day III of IGCW Convention Duration : 4 hrs The objective of “IGCW for Students” is to provide an opportunity to a selected group of 50-60 students who are either pursuing their Masters’ programme in green chemistry and engineering or carrying out their Post doctoral Research work on relevant topics. The structure of the Students’ workshop will primarily sensitize the participants on the Industrial and commercial dynamics of implementing green chemistry and engineering practices, sharing in a nutshell its impact on the society and our Planet.

Industrial Green Chemistry Workshop (IGCW) for Teachers: Date: 8th December 2013, Day III of IGCW Convention ; Duration: 4 hrs The objective of the “IGCW for Teachers” is to primarily identify enthusiastic teachers and professors interested in this field, and to guide, orient and inspire them to play the role of leaders and coordinators in their respective regions, and integrating innovative learning methodologies on green chemistry relevant topics in their existing curriculum. The Workshop is designed for a selected 50-60 High School and Degree College Teachers and Professors of Chemistry from all over India. The above workshops are integrated in the IGCW ecosystem with the objective to provide a platform for participating educators to interact with the global experts and the industry thought leaders on the subject, and to visit the IGCW- Expo for expanding their awareness on emerging trends and technologies. For contribution and promotion opportunities contact : Ms. Komal Maheshwari at komal.maheshwari@industrialgreenchem.com

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One Day Pharma Conference Agenda Time

Speaker

Title of Presentation

11:00 - 11:15

Mr. Shambhu Kollalikar, JS, Dept. of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers

Inauguration & Welcome Note

11:15 - 12:00

Dr. David Constable, Director Pharma Round Table and ACS - Green Chemistry Institute

Keynote Presentation

12:00 - 12:30

Mr. Satish Khanna, Founder LAZORR and exLupin

Impact of collaborative efforts

12:30 - 13:00

Industry case-study (TBA)

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Networking & Visiting Exhibition

14:00 - 14:30

Dr. Paul Anastas, Director, Centre of Green Chemistry, Yale University, USA; Former Director, US-EPA

14:30 - 15:00

Dr. Dhileep Krishnamurthy, Vice President & Global Head - API R&D, Piramal Enterprises

15:00 - 15:30

Dr. Manjunatha S G, Principal Scientist Pharmaceuticals Development, AstraZeneca India Pvt. Ltd.

15:30 - 16:00

Tea break & Networking

Case-study Presentation

Overview

Case-study Presentation

Case-study Presentation

Panel Discussions on Industrial Green Chemistry & Engineering implementation barriers in the Pharma Industry Dr. David Constable, Director Pharma Round Table and ACS - Green Chemistry Institute

Moderator

Mr. Shambhu Kollalikar, Join Secretary, Dept. of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers 16:00 - 17:30

Mr. Arun Kumar, Former Chief Environment Engineering, Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB)

Panelists

Mr. Anil Jain President R&D, Aurbindo Pharma Dr. Vilas Dahanukar, Vice-President, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories’ Ltd. Industry Panelist (TBA) 17:30 - 18:00

Newreka / Green ChemisTree Foundation

Conclusion & Acknowledgements

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One Day State Pollution Control Board Conference Agenda Time

Speaker

Title of Presentation

11:00 - 11:15

Dr. Salahuddin, Director (Scientific) Ministry of Environment & Forests

11:15 - 11:45

Mr. Hardik Shah, Member Secretary, Gujarat Pollution Control Board

Keynote Presentation

11:45 - 12:00

Dr. Paul Anastas, Director, United State-Environmental Protection Agency, USA

Prevention & Partnership approach for Environmental Sustainability

12:00 - 12:30

Prof. James Clark, Director, Green Chemistry Center of Excellence for Industry, University of York, UK

Wealth out of waste - Green Chemistry Approach,

12:30 - 13:00

Dr. Roger Sheldon, Founder of E-factor (Kgs of waste generated / per Kg of final production), Delft University, Netherlands

Introduction to E-factor- a Green Chemistry measure for pollution prevention & environmental sustainability

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch, Networking & Visiting Exhibition

14:00 - 14:30

Dr. David Constable, Director, American Chemical Society-Green Chemistry Institute, USA

Relevance of Green Chemistry & Engineering for Pollution Prevention

14:30 - 15:00

Mr. Nitesh Mehta, Founder Director, Newreka Green Synth Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Potential of Green chemistry & engineering technologies for environmental impact

15:00 - 16:00

Tea break, Networking & Visit Exhibition Barriers of implementing Green Chemistry & role of Pollution Control Boards as the facilitator Dr. David Constable, Director, American Chemical Society-Green Chemistry Institute, USA

Inauguration & Welcome Note

Panel Discussion

Moderator

Director, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI)

16:00 - 17:00

Dr. Shyam Asolekar, Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering, IIT-Mumbai Chief Environment Officer, Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board

Panelists

Dr. Rafael Cayuela, Author of Chemical Industry by 2050 Dr. Rajiv Pandya , ICC Member & Industry representative Nitesh Mehta, Solution Provider representative

To attend Pollution Control Board Conference contact : Ms. Krishna Padia at krishna.padia@industrialgreenchem.com

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IGCW-2013 Convention & Ecosystem at-a-glance Participants profile: Chemical compaines (pharmaceuticals, dyes & pigments, fine & speciality chemicals, agrochemicals, other process industry), Industry Associations, Academia, Research Laboratories, Regulatory bodies, Media, NGOs, etc. Full IGCW-2013 Convention, 6th - 8th Dec

6th Dec, Day I

7th Dec, Day II

8th Dec, Dec III

All 3 days, 6-8 Dec; Timing: 9 am to 5 pm, Ballroom III IGCW Symposium

Who will par cipate ?

IGCW Awards & Plenary Presentations

IGCW EXPO

Themes: Ignition, Inspiration, Initiation Chairman, Board of Directors, Founders, Presidents, CEOs & other Senior decision makers

IGCW-Awards Ceremony, Plenary Talk and networking Dinner Timing: 7 pm to 9 pm Ballroom III

Themes : Identification, Invention, Innovation R&D and Technology Personnel such as Presidents, VPs, Plant Managers, Inventors, Innovators, Consultants, Technocrats

Themes : Implementation, Industrialization, Impact Operations and Produiction Personnel- Directors, Presidents, VPs Plant Managers, EHS Managers.

Plenary Talk and networking Dinner on Day II, 7 Dec; Timing: 7 pm to 9 pm Ballroom III

50 Focussed exhibitors on all 3 days, 6-8 Dec; Timing: 9 am to 5 pm, Ballroom I & II

1. Green Chemical Processes & Measurement

2. Green Catalysts Timing : 10 am to 1 pm Ballroom II

4. Green Engineering

180 Seminar Series Timing : 2 pm to 5 pm Ballroom II

IGCW Conferences

Conference for Pharmaceuticals Industry Timing : 11 am to 5 pm Ballroom I

3. Green Solvents Timing : 2 pm to 5 pm; Ballroom II Conference for State Pollution Control Board Officers Timing : 11 am to 5 pm Ballroom I

Timing : 10 am to 1 pm Ballroom I

Academia-Industry Partnership Interactions Timing : 2 pm to 5 pm Ballroom II IGCW for Teachers Timing : 10 am to 1 pm Ballroom II

IGCW Workshops IGCW for Students Timing : 2 pm to 5 pm Ballroom I

The Fees Structure is as follow : Category

Full Convention (three days)

Any (one day)

Half Day

Industry Fees

INR 25,000

INR 10,000

INR 5,000

Academia

INR 18,750

INR 7,500

INR 3,750

Students

INR 12,500

INR 5,000

INR 2,500

International

USD 600

USD 250

With accommodation, breakfasts & meals (two nights ) USD 850

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25% discount on the above costs for Non-Industry (Academia, Research Ins tutes, Govt. bodies, NGO’s, etc.) & 50% discount for Students

* Not inclusive of local taxes as applicable


Supporters :

Govt. Of India Dept. Of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers Dept. Of Science & Technology, Ministry of Science & Technology

Recycle Partner :

Media Partners :

Awards Partner :

Green Engineering :

Associate Partner :

Knowledge Partner :

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