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Analytical chemistry has and continues to play an integral role in environmental law and chemical manufacturing, principally through identifying and quantifying pollutants, and elucidating previously unknown pollutants. As priorities have shifted from pollution release and monitoring toward prevention, analytical chemistry has also, expanding its role to become integrally involved in characterising fine chemicals and materials before they leave the manufacturing value chain.

This white paper describes how practitioners can implement green analytical chemistry in their own laboratories to support pollution prevention, including an overview of relevant public policy.