A new ‘green plastic’ alternative that degrades in 10 years has been created, which can be used in the pharmaceutical packaging industry.
List view / Grid view
Filter the results
New research has shown that technologies are available for US treatment plants to remove medicines from wastewater but that upgrades can be expensive.
A new collaborative project has been initiated to identify the impact that pills can have on Scotland's environment from waste water.
A new report has predicted growth in the global pharmaceutical packaging market due to factors such as advanced, environmental-friendly manufacturing processes and an increase in life expectancy.
A pharmaceutical company has announced its intention to create a pressurised Metered Dose Inhaler that will reduce the carbon footprint of the drug delivery system.
A study has revealed that in industrialising and urbanising countries, pharmaceutical pollution in rivers could lead to antimicrobial resistance.
Drones that transport medicines to emergency situations, urban environments or geographically-challenging locations are increasingly being utilised to improve delivery, however, there are few studies on their impact on drug stability. Here, Paul Royall and Patrick Courtney explore the implications of drone delivery on the safety and quality of medicines.
A new report has said the majority of the active ingredients used in pharmaceuticals have never been evaluated for environmental risks.
In an effort to prevent harm through contamination, the U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention has been working on a series of proposed changes to USP Chapter 797, Pharmaceutical Compounding– Sterile Preparations.
On-demand webinar: Leveraging Data Management for Root Cause Identification in Critical Environments
With the increasing employment of sophisticated Data Management software, the collection and evaluation of multiple data has never been easier! However, managing such a large amount of information may represent a challenge, resulting in a potential obstacle to effective identification of the root cause of the environmental OOS associated deviation…
TOC fitness for purpose: How to ensure your TOC analyser is fit for compendial water & cleaning validation
19 September 2019 | By SUEZ
This webinar will present how to easily evaluate "fitness for purpose" of a TOC instrument for compendial water and cleaning validation applications based on USP and ICH Q2(R1).
Biofluorescent particle detectors offer a fundamentally different way of enumerating microbes present in an environment, as compared to traditional growth-based methods. Here, the Process and Environmental Monitoring Methods (PEMM) group shares information about the technology and applications for real-time biofluorescent particle detection methods and how they help to address major…
This In-Depth Focus highlights why bio-fluorescent particle detection is an effective method for enumerating present microbes and discusses ICH Q10 knowledge management; presenting five tips for improving your company’s knowledge management.
7 August 2019 | By WITec GmbH
This webinar describes how Raman microscopy can help solve some of the most vital and challenging questions that researchers face in 3D imaging and microparticle analyses of food, pharmaceuticals and microplastics, along with providing measurement examples from each field.