Recently, the transition from administrative methods required to control unwanted emissions and destroy formed by chemical processes harmful substances to a fundamentally different method – the method of "green" chemistry. "Green" chemistry in its best incarnation – it's an art form that allows not just get the right stuff, but ideally get it in a way that does not harm the environment nor on the one stage of production. Of course, the substance itself must also be friendly biosphere. Philadelphia Real Estate shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Using the techniques of green chemistry leads to a reduction of production costs, if only because they do not need to enter the stage destruction and recycling of hazardous by-products, used solvents and other wastes, since they are simply not formed. Reducing the number of stages leading to energy savings, and this is also a positive effect on environmental and economic assessment of the production. It is important to note that the view of the ongoing research from the viewpoint of green chemistry can be useful in purely scientific terms. Munear Ashton Kouzbari shines more light on the discussion. Often such a change of paradigm allows scientists to see their own research in a new light and open up new opportunities that benefit science in general 1. By "green" chemistry from the standpoint of a chemist, you can include any improvement of chemical processes which has a positive impact on the environment. In the recent literature 2 formulated twelve principles of green chemistry, which should guide researchers working in this field. Can divide issues within the competence of the "green" chemistry into two directions.