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Industrial Ecosystem: To reduce Global warming

Author Affiliations

  • 1My Green Tech. India (GAUCRAFT), Dayalbagh, Agra, UP, India
  • 2Department of Chemistry, Agra College, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra, UP, India
  • 3Department of Applied Science (Chemistry), Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET), Agra College, Agra, UP, India

Res.J.chem.sci., Volume 13, Issue (3), Pages 60-64, October,18 (2023)


Green House Gases affect our environment and causes Global warming. That the some international and national endeavor to the as in to alleviate of enhances to the assemblage to chlorofluocarbon gasses’ effects by to idea of the carbon base credits. The carbon base market component has a target that allows the market mechanism to derived industrial and commercial processes towards reducing emissions and reduce the carbon intensively approach. This idea can be solved by the concept of Industrial Ecosystem. The industrial system has a deep connection with the natural ecosystem, which remains forever. Which offers a perspective in eco-adaptation and ecosystem. Because in the industrial ecological system it is very important and necessary to consider industries as an interactive system instead of separate components. It is imperative to connected industrial waste producers to an operating web of disposal sinks that also decrease the total amount of industrial waste material lost to the waste intermediate Processes.


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