A Review on Reducing CO2 Emission in Environment to Improve Human Health by CO2 Sequestration Process

K.N.Balan,N.Prakash,Yashvanth,CH Sai Abhishek,Cheri V Dinesh kumar,Kanuri Dundivinayakasai,

In the present scenario various researches have been going out to reduce the global warming by means of reducing CO2 emission from industries, automobiles. Though the CO2 emission is unavoidable in the present situation and hence almost all parts of the world, researches are concentrating on CO2 sequestration process. CO2 sequestration process is the process to capture and disposal of CO2 under the deep saline, is to avoid dangerous climatic conditions. This review paper concentrates on various research contributions in the CO2 sequestration process and the chemicals like Monoethanolamine (MEA), 1,2-diaminopropane (DAP), Ethylene diamine (EDA), Potassium Glycinate (GLY) etc. are used. Among all the chemical substances, priority is given for MEA. It is proved that CO2 can be captured and disposed in a safe manner to reduce the effect of global warming.

Volume 11 | 02-Special Issue

Pages: 2293-2297