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December 15, 2007

Feature Report: The Role of Chemical Engineers in Green Engineering

Everyone can make their personal contribution to reduce GHG emissions by driving fuel-efficient vehicles and judiciously adjusting the thermostat at home. For engineers, however, the responsibility is greater

Miguel (Mike) Mendez, P.E., Aspen Technology

What we can do to support its goals Green engineering, as explained by chemists and bio-scientists, includes production of energy and materials from "green" feedstocks, such as biomass and microorganisms, with the intent of reducing energy, waste...

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