Tools and Literature
The Green Chemistry Assistant (GCA) , a Web application currently under development at St. Olaf college, is based on the Synthetic Methodology Assessment for Reduction
Green Chemical Alternatives Wizard
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) developed the Green Chemical Alternatives Purchasing Wizard to reduce the hazardous waste profile in research labs, an effort that ultimately saves MIT, and its researchers, money while reducing hazard potentials and the burden to our environment.
Next Generation Environmental Technologies: Benefits and Barriers
Next Generation Environmental Technologies (NGETs) focus on the redesign, at the molecular level, of manufacturing processes and products, with the aim of reducing or eliminating the use of hazardous materials. This report makes known the broader context for the use of NGETs and serves as a resource to systematically assess their benefits. In addition to the main report, an appendix examines 25 existing NGETs that span a range of development, from early research to full use in profitable businesses.