The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative (PSCI) is organizing a webinar on managing active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) in manufacturing effluent on Wednesday, 27th January 2016 at 08:00-09:30 EST and 20:00-21:30 EST
This informative webinar will answer questions and provide step-by-step guidance on this ‘spotlight’ issue for our industry. Whether you are starting a program or advancing an existing one, this webinar will answer questions and set a clear path for action.
Topics to be covered include:
• Why is managing active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) in manufacturing effluent important?
• What is the industry doing to improve public perceptions?
• Understanding where you stand at the moment through the maturity ladder concept
• Establishing and calculating API discharge concentration called the Predicted-No-Effect-Concentration (PNEC)
• Simple steps to reducing API process losses to waste water and what to do when the PNEC is exceeded
• •How to advance your program to the next level
Registration is limited to 400 participants. Click on the link for further information: PSC Initiative
A guidance document for future reference will be made available to all attendees.
For further information please contact the PSCI team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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