Chemical engineering is concerned with the development and production of materials using chemical processes. Designing equipment, methods, and procedures for refining raw materials, as well as mixing, compounding, and processing chemicals, falls under this category. Chemical engineers transform laboratory procedures into practical applications for commercial product manufacturing, then seek to maintain and improve those processes. They rely on engineering's three basic pillars: math, physics, and chemistry. Chemical engineers create useful goods by developing, designing, or improving existing processes. Chemical engineers are also in charge of resource management, environmental protection, and human health and safety. Chemical engineers are also involved in the design, operation, and modelling of plants. Chemical engineers' primary responsibilities include designing and troubleshooting processes for the manufacture of chemicals, fuels, foods, medicines, and biologicals, to mention a few. Large-scale manufacturing plants frequently use them to increase productivity and product quality while lowering costs.