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Raw materials are found at the inception of every valuable creation. These raw materials must, however, first be found and extracted. Only then can they be processed, refined and finally utilized for goals such as power generation or in the context of any type of production process. Before these raw materials can be put to work, the processes involved in extracting them, such as excavating or drilling, are subject to complex authorization procedures during which the environmental impact of such measures is comprehensively analyzed. This also applies to constructing and operating industrial processing plants. Extensive legal requirements must be considered with regard to storage, transportation and the market release of materials.
Establishing good chemistry.
Basic substances extracted from raw materials by the chemical industry have a nearly endless range of potential fields of application. Producing, handling, transporting and trading chemicals involve risks, however, and are thus subject to comprehensive regulatory schemes. In addition, legal issues arise in this sector that affect every company involved in research and production: supply and purchase agreements, patent law, trademark protection, safeguarding company secrets, etc. Having trouble keeping track of the issues at hand? Then ask us!
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