Technical Proceedings of the 2010 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2010

Chapter 6: Green Chemistry, Building & Construction

  1. Green and efficient hydroxylation of phenol using H2O2 catalyzed by coordination polymers
    S.J.J. Titinchi, H.S. Abbo
    University of the Western Cape, ZA
  2. Catalytic Conversion of Waste Carbon Monoxide to Valuable Chemicals & Materials
    M. Slowik
    Novomer, US
  3. Superhydrophobic Surfaces by Supercritical Fluid Technology
    Å. Ek, C. Turner, O. Werner, L. Wågberg
    SweTree Technologies, SE
  4. Method of Liquid Inactivation by Supercritical Ozone
    H.C. Ma, F.C. Yu, C.C. Liang, C.F. Wang, M.J. Kao, B.N. Chuang
    Industrial Technology Research Institute, TW
  5. Environmentally benign catalytic hydroxylation of benzene using metal-coordination polymers
    H.S. Abbo, S.J.J. Titinchi
    University of the Western Cape, ZA
  6. Ecomate – Environmentally Benign Foam Blowing Agent
    J. Murphy
    Foam Supplies Inc, US
  7. The study of using glycidyl methacrylate grafted natural rubber as an impact modifier of polylactic acid
    P. Juntuek, C. Ruksakulpiwat, P. humsamrong, Y. Ruksakulpiwat
    Suranaree University of Technology, TH
  8. Nanobrush Structured Oligo(epsilon-caprolactone) as a Novel Plasticizer for the Manufacture of Eco-friendly Poly(vinyl chloride)
    W.H. Choi, S-Y Kwak
    Seoul National University, KR
  9. Mechanical Properties of PLA-Jute Composites by Using Natural Rubber and Epoxidized Natural Rubber as Impact Modifiers : Effect of Molding Technique
    Y. Ruksakulpiwat, P. Tonimit, J. Kluengsamrong
    Suranaree University of Technology, TH
  10. Efficiency’s Last Frontier: Reflective Building Surfaces
    H.C. Wiig
    State of Hawaii Energy Office, US
  11. A Study on Design Technologies and load analysis for Sustainable Army Barracks
    C. Park, W. Cho, B. Kim
    Yonsei University, KR
  12. Clean Technology Requires a Systems Approach
    D. Kralj
    ART-K, BusinessConsulting, SI
  13. Recovery of High Quality Aggregate from Concrete Waste using Pulsed Power Technology
    S. I’izasa, M. Shigeishi, T. Namihira
    Kumamoto University, JP
  14. Green Building visions in historical Arab cities, case study of Al-Jazirah Al-Hamrah-Northern UAE
    A. Al-Farraj
    UAE University, AE

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