Green Chemistry Alternatives For Common Chemicals

Green Chemistry Alternatives For Common Chemicals

Green chemistry is the next industrial revolution and it has already started. The market size for green chemicals was estimated at $9.5 billion in 2019, and a 6.6% CAGR is predicted between 2020 and 2030. In this Intelligence Brief, we highlight 9 biobased chemicals that can be applied across industries, showing that slowly, but surely, every segment will be impacted by green chemistry developments on our way to a sustainable civilization.

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Green Chemistry Alternatives For Common Chemicals

Going from a fossil- to renewable-based world requires a major shift in the way we think about every aspect of life. Chemicals in this new world would need to be thoughtfully designed, keeping in mind that they should be non-depleting (renewable), nontoxic, and nonpersistent (degradable) in the environment. Performance will be coupled with sustainability aspects and a product’s value proposal will be linked to selling its function rather than merely the quantity of the chemical.

Included in this Intelligence Brief:

  • Detailed profiles of 9 companies offering a biobased alternative to common chemicals
  • A deep dive into the sources of the biobased alternatives and the chemicals they aim to replace
  • The benefits and applications for each profiled technology

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