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Abstract

DELA NOVEL MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM DESIGN: A REVIEW OF RELATED CONCEPTS AND INSIGHT ON POTENTIALS OF IONIC LIQUIDS SOLVENTS

Marwan Haruna Abdulkarim*

ABSTRACT

Green Chemistry and Life Cycle Design are some of the approaches being used to reduce environmental pollution. Whereas, Green chemistry utilizes a set of principles that reduces or eliminate the use/generation of hazardous substances in all steps of particular synthesis or process, Life Cycle Design is aimed at reducing aggregate environmental impacts associated with product systems by integrating both product and process design. Unfortunately, the application of either Green chemistry or Life Cycle Design does not make a system wholly sustainable. A sustainable system requires that all the three pillars (i.e., social, economic, & environmental) of sustainability be applied for product and process design. Accordingly, this study proposes an integrated green chemistry and life cycle DELA? model for sustainable system design. The model addresses the limitations of the two concepts with an insight on ionic liquids solvent by synchronizing green chemistry with Life Cycle Design and further integrating them with sustainability.

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