Research & development supported with quality testing & analytical results have brought to limelight the pros and cons of various chemicals and its related products that are placed in global market and used by stakeholders. These findings has necessitated government and authorities to source products that are less hazardous and/or impose regulation to minimize placing of products that could adversely impact mankind and environment. Through these volunteer / mandatory regulatory compliances; and innovative steps taken by researchers, the regulated hazardous material are replaced by safer or less hazardous products.

Government bodies in the country of their very existence regulate norms, thereby working to ensure almost negligible to no damage to the environment, health, and safety of all those exposed to chemicals in its various forms and during the entire life cycle to meet best chemical management process. In this line, countries already have their own chemical inventory list and many are in process to have one of their own.

There are country-specific regulations that warrants one to check for the very listing of supplies and also to register substance, mixtures (preparation) and articles placed in their market. Equally, there is more stringent end-use specifications tailor made by the organization or Finished Material Goods suppliers to ensure the safe use of their products to their valued customers. Manufacturers for that matter, are therefore required not only to meet process related environmental compliance but also to ensure that they meet the country-specific and end-use related norms prior to establishing their products.

Regulatory compliance is seriously important in chemical industries because, in which ever form you handle them, a small part of these chemicals invariably finds its presence in each and every final end article placed in the market. . Compliance to regulation is important for MORE BUSINESS.