RSC Symposium 2019

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Carbon Footprint of Recycled Chemicals: Sustainability in Action
Andrew Crowther, Tradebe UK, UK

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“Citius, Altius, Fortius” – Challenging process design with a proven rationale approach to improve sustainability
Marc-Olivier SIMON, Ypso-Facto, France

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High-performing, safe and sustainable chemicals from waste wood
Dr Fabien Deswarte, Circa Sustainable Chemicals Ltd, UK

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Micro Reaction Technology with Macro Process Efficiencies 
Rafael Kuwertz, Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik GmbH, Germany

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Introducing a Family of Sustainable High Performance Polyols
David Hess, Allessa GmbH, Germany

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Sustainability in Chemical Packaging
Arash Hassanian, Hoover Ferguson Group Inc., USA

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Squeezing more than just orange juice: Citrus peel valorisation
Dr Avtar S Matharu, The University of York, UK

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Catalysis – a Tool of Green Chemistry
Florian Bächle, Solvias AG, Switzerland

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Future of Biocatalysis – Enzymatic Reactions in Continuous Flow Processes
Vince Murphy, EnginZyme AB, Sweden

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Sustainable biocatalytic synthesis of β-hydroxyl-α-amino acids on an industrial scale
Dr. Grzegorz Kubik, Enzymaster GmbH, Germany

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New Microcapsule Technology: Enabling a Future of Safer Laundry Products and Cleaner Oceans.
Jamie Walters, Calyxia, France

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Membrane enhanced chemical and biochemical processes: the effect of nanomodification of membrane surface on process efficiencies
Marzio Monagheddu, Vito NV, Belgium

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GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry
Nicholas Bennett, University of Nottingham, UK

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Membrane Emulsification versus Homogenisation – Benefits in Energy Usage and Process Efficiency
David Palmer, Micropore Technologies Ltd., UK

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Doing Business in China
Tina Li, Intercultural Lecturer & Trainer

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Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be updated continuously in the run up to the conference.

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