Green chemistry is a field of chemistry that is totally dedicated to environmental protection as well as safety designs. It majorly concerns generating a product and process which should be less toxic to the environment.
Its objective is to prevent pollution spread and reduce the utilization of those substances which cannot be renewed.
In the late nineties, the problem of chemical pollution found to be increased in the USA and hence scientists found out technology design with decrease polluting capacities.
The Environmental Protection Agency played a vital role to protect the environment from pollution by giving some rules and green chemistry became a part of chemistry.
Use of safe solvents and other compounds whenever it is possible.
Making efforts to design a product that is not harmful.
Prevent waste formation so that the need for waste cleaning does not arise.
To use a safe and efficient method as well as renewable sources.
Green chemistry is also called sustainable chemistry. It comprises the use of technology that can detect the harms to the environment, the effect of waste material and methods to reduce it.
For example, usage of green solvents which are derived from renewable sources. Earlier solvents were chlorinated as well as have an impact on climate but the strategy of green solvent give rise to the new concept of preventing pollution.