Dec, 2021 - By WMR
More than 10% of petroleum, natural gas and fuels are utilized by the chemical industries and are release 3.3 gigatons of greenhouse gas.
The industries focus on reducing the pollution and use low- carbon products. However, the use of carbon and other fuels get unnoticed and emits harmful gases in nature which leads to disasters in climate. The spread of these industries even chip in to brace other industries – for mining, germicides for agriculture and farming, emollient for gadgetry, medicaments and other cleaning agents. Despite on the thought of using low-carbon, people are evolving themselves to use solar panels, low energy consumption is too high and vigorous. Behind iron and steel carbon is the third largest industrial user. Many fossil fuels are burned to obtain energy from them and some are used a s biofuel for plastics at the time of their futile. Agency foresee that refineries could mark 60% of mineral oil. Reducing the emission of these harmful gases is possible but technically formidable.
These industries provide much employment to the workers and has a political influence. Many politicians consider this to be profitable industry and keep it forbidden. An alternative way to reduce the emission is by shifting from the use of impure fuels such as coal to the fuels using low emission of gas involving chemical transformation. When wind and solar energy is available, materials used in making of PVC pipes, chloroform due to the production of chlorine can instantly become low-carbon. Chemists are trying to convert the energy and elite power traditionally using electricity instead of burning. Some research’s state that, though the industries try to invest in renewable energy and meet the expectations of keeping the climate cool and good. Some products cannot be decarbonized as they have high content of carbon in them. Emission of those gases can be stopped using materials made with the source of carbon instead of using pure and underground carbon.
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