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On Tuesday's Your Call: Green chemistry?
On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Elizabeth Grossman about her book"Chasing Molecules: Poisonous Products, Human Health and the Promise of Green Chemistry." Consumers are becoming more aware of the potential health and environmental hazards of plastic products. Grossman argues that green chemistry could offer a new manufacturing process that is “benign by design.” So could we get away from plastic entirely? Join us at 10 or email us at email@example.com. What do you want to know about the pros and cons of green chemistry? It’s Your Call with Malihe Razazan, and you.
Elizabeth Grossman, author of Chasing Molecules: Poisonous Products, Human Health and the Promise of Green Chemistry
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