As the chemical industry is based on science and technology, its development is particularly important in developed countries. But now, many developing countries are also important producers of a variety of chemicals. This has brought great changes to the way things work. It is very important for us to understand the importance of chemical industry, because it involves all aspects of our life, such as agriculture, environment, food, sanitation, decoration and transportation wait. It is also widely used in the recycling industry to limit the use of unprocessed products. Recycling helps to make use of waste materials to a great extent and adds a life cycle to products.
Chemicals play an important role in our food. Preservatives, flavor enhancers and spices contribute to the palatability and shelf life of foods. The reason why the food industry is booming is that preservatives not only help them maintain the quality of their food, but also help them import food all over the world. Thanks to these advances, we are able to enjoy fruits, canned food and ready to eat food all over the world.
More than 80% of the chemical industry focuses on the production of polymers and plastics. They are not only used for packaging, but also for many other things, such as wires, furniture, clothing, home decoration, prosthetics and electronic products. PVC pipes, water tanks, huge storage containers are all made of plastic.
Fertilizers and pesticides contribute to agriculture and development. The green revolution happened only because of the development of Indian chemical industry. Chemical fertilizers and insecticides not only increase the yield of crops, but also prevent the attack of pests. In addition to the internal use of domestic food products, we also export a large number of grains, fruits, flowers and ornamental stems to all over the world. The gross domestic product of this country is increasing rapidly with the development of industry.
The pharmaceutical industry and life-saving drugs are the fastest growing industries in India. Our country has invited many people for medical tourism. Many laboratories have also been set up to study various drugs for endemic and epidemic diseases. Before we had these laboratories in our country, we were exporting a lot of chemicals, which were so expensive that most people couldn’t afford them.
Toiletries like soap, perfume, perfume and deodorant are all personal products we use every day. We never compromise in this respect. From the position of luxury goods, it has reached the level of necessities. Other products, such as mosquito repellents, detergents and detergents, have been greatly increased.
Only with the help of the appropriate chemical industry can advanced research such as bioengineering, mutation, artificial human organ production and gene reconstruction be realized in India. India has made great progress in these fields.