The artificial rubber and rubber dyes have been found in many places, including India, China, Japan, the United States and Brazil.
While these products are widely used, they are mostly used in areas where the use of natural rubber is widespread, like the Middle East, South Asia, India and Southeast Asia.
The use of artificial rubber dices is increasing in India, the country where a government study has found that up to 80 per cent of the countrys annual production of rubber is derived from artificial rubber, and in the past few years, there has been an increase in the use and sale of artificial dyes.
The rubber industry in India has been struggling in recent years with declining demand from the population and with rising prices for the rubber used in production.
As a result, the rubber industry has been forced to rely on imported rubber for a lot of its production.
A large part of the population in India are also wary of buying and using imported rubber because of its reputation for being a highly addictive substance and due to the growing use of opioids, including morphine.
As more and more people in India take these opioids for their pain, it is important to look at the use, and the impact, of the rubber and the rubber dye industries on the health of the people.
As the Indian government study noted, the use rate of rubber dioxins (rubber dioxin) in India is about 25 per cent.
However, according to the report, there is a significant increase in use in Bangladesh, Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, where there are about 80 million people and where the rubber is manufactured.
It is estimated that about one million tonnes of rubber are exported to the United Kingdom every year.
It was reported in a report by the World Health Organization (WHO) that in Bangladesh alone, there are over 6 million people living in the area of the cities where the industries are located, with an average of 15,000 people per square kilometer.
These people are used to living in urban areas and are more prone to contracting the rubber-related diseases like dioxinations.
However the rubber production in Bangladesh is concentrated in small pockets of the Bangladesh rubber belt, which has a high concentration of rubber and dioxinated soils.
The study by the WHO showed that around 5 per cent and 10 per cent levels of dioxine were found in samples taken from rubber plantations, compared to the 0.3 per cent or less found in areas with high concentrations of rubber production.
The WHO also noted that it is not uncommon for the use to go up by up to 50 per cent in areas affected by the rubber plantations.
These high levels of exposure have also led to the use by the population of dung from rubber plantation and other industrial activities, as well as in drinking water sources.
According to the WHO, the consumption of dyes from rubber and other rubber products increased from 3,500 tonnes in 2000 to 8,000 tonnes in 2015.
However there was an increase of about 60 per cent between 2007 and 2015, according the report.
A study published by the National Centre for Environmental Studies (NCES) in the International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (IIES) has also shown that the use is increasing even further.
It has found an increase from 15,800 tonnes in 2007 to 21,900 tonnes in 2017.
The increase is attributed to a number of factors including increased demand for natural rubber, the development of synthetic rubber and environmental issues like climate change and water scarcity.
It also has to do with the increasing use of synthetic products, as opposed to natural rubber.
According a report released by the Ministry of Environment and Forests in 2017, the annual use of rubber from India is estimated to be more than 4,500 million tonnes, with India being the largest exporter.
The report also highlighted that India is the biggest importer of natural and synthetic rubber products.
The NCE study found that in 2017-18, India exported about 17.5 million tonnes worth of synthetic and natural rubber products, mainly to China and Bangladesh.
According the study, the average annual value of synthetic product exports to China is around US$4,400, while India exports about US$2,000,000 worth of natural product exports.
The average annual trade value of natural products in India for China is US$8,500.
As India is also the largest importer and exporter of other products, it can be expected that its rubber use will increase as well.
India is now one of those countries where the increase in demand for rubber is increasing as well, and as more and the more people are aware of its effects, the industries will be forced to adapt.
For now, the environment impact of the use will only be noticed by the users, but it will impact the environment more and potentially increase the incidence of dengue fever and other tropical diseases.