Growing Dimension of Chemical Sector in India: Special Study in the Context of Environmental Law

  • Dr. Nitya Nand Pandey and Dr. Mukti Jaiswal
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  • Dr. Nitya Nand Pandey

    Assistant Professor at IMS Unison University Dehradun, India.

  • Dr. Mukti Jaiswal

    Assistant Professor at Nirma University Ahmedabad, India.

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India being a developing country has travelled a way too far in its economic transformation from being an agro-based economy to an industrial-based economic country within which the chemical sector has a pivotal role. While giving due regards to the importance and contribution of the said chemical sector as being one of source and essential sector of economy of this country, but the adverse, harmful and serious danger posed by certain chemical substances and their hazardous wastes cannot be disregarded in any case. The research intends to lay down an overview of the chemical sector of India analysing its role as an economic contributor of India, the categorisation of the chemical manufacturing industries and their functioning, the framework for regulating these industries, their management and consumption, the handling, storing as well as the disposing of the chemical waste at all the stages. It will also highlight the challenges and issues which are faced in day-to-day activities while dealing with the storage, transportation and disposal of hazardous wastes within these industries.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 1, Page 2022 - 2036


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