"Green" chemistry is catching on among chemists and corporations as a
profitable way to cut costs for toxic waste disposal and cleanup. When
developing chemicals, chemists can design the molecules to be nontoxic
and nonhazardous. These "green" chemicals are not only cleaner for the
environment and the people that are around them, but they are also
being embraced by large corporations as safer to work with and handle.
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