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Governor Snyder presents Green Chemistry AwardsAgency: Environmental Quality
Oct. 31, 2011 11-1031
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Three Michigan leaders in green chemistry innovation earned the Governor's Award at the DEQ's annual Greenup conference in Ann Arbor.
Governor Rick Snyder presented the awards at the Oct. 27 event, held this year at the University of Michigan's North Research Complex. The crowd of more than 200 also heard from U of M President Mary Sue Coleman and state DEQ Director Dan Wyant.
The Governor's Award recognizes advances that incorporate the principles of green chemistry into chemical design, manufacture, or use, or that acknowledge the design of safer and more sustainable chemicals, processes, and products.
Winners of the 2011 Michigan Green Chemistry Governor's Award, listed by category, are:
The award program and conference are produced by the Michigan Green Chemistry Roundtable to celebrate innovations using green chemistry in Michigan. More information on the award-winning technologies and further information on the Michigan Green Chemistry Program are available on the DEQ Web site at www.michigan.gov/greenchemistry, or by contacting DEQ's Environmental Assistance Center at 1-800-662-9278, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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