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joking as we all know world of chemicals portal is one of the fastest growing online chemistry portal in the world is inviting essay entries as a part of “Earth Day celebration.”

The topic for Essay Competition 2014 is “Reducing harmful chemical footprint, a reality?

The topic is focused on reducing the harmful chemical impact on Earth and making it a better place to live. We have reached to a level where the dependency on synthetic chemicals cannot be completely eliminated. Chemicals do exist in nature, they are the ones useful the mankind, but we have been manufacturing chemicals (synthetic chemicals), most of which are hazardous. This year on Earth Day, let us think of the alternatives which can reduce the dependency on the synthetic chemicals and make our Earth better and safer.

Anyone can participate irrespective of the geographical location, educational qualification etc. The word limit for essay is 600 – 800 words.

Last date of submission is – 27 April 2014

Results announcement – 5 May 2014 on Worldofchemicals website

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