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Five Considerations when Taking Green Chemistry from Lab to Scale

8:48 AM MDT | July 12, 2011 | Steve Donen

by Steve Donen, vp./Process Development & Engineering, Rivertop Renewables   Often the greatest innovations take place in the laboratory, but as many innovators will tell you, there’s more to creating a new, successful chemical or product than breakthroughs in science and technology. As the economic and environmental benefits of green chemistry and biobased products are more widely recognized, we have seen a burst of new companies in this space with technologies poised to offer innovative solutions that are more sustainable and perform at...

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