How Environmental monitoring is performed in the drug industries?
The Indian pharmaceutical market is the world's third biggest in terms of volume and thirteenth largest in terms of value. The pharmaceutical market is predicted to rise by 20% over the next five years.With such a vast sector, there is a need to keep pollution levels in the environment under control. It is also required in the pharmaceutical sector to maintain the workplace clean. It not only reduces dangers to consumers and businesses, but it also saves time and money by avoiding hazardous or pollutants from being introduced into products.
Living microorganisms are so minute that they cannot be seen with the human eye, yet due to their small size, they may be found wherever. This might lead to something hazardous to customers' health and safety. Every year, thousands of items must be recalled, resulting in a financial and brand-name loss.This issue is very simple and cost effective with Netsol Water.
Pharmaceutical Industry Environmental Monitoring
Environmental monitoring is critical in the pharmaceutical sector to minimize threats to its users and manufacturers. It also helps in the detection of problems at early stage.
1: Water testing
We test water for pH, TDS, hardness, coliform, metals, non-metals, and other factors.
2: Wastewater analysis
Organic and inorganic chemicals are commonly found in varying amounts in effluent from the chemical industry. Chemical industrial materials are mutagenic, carcinogenic, poisonous, or almost non-biodegradable. We help to employ cutting-edge, efficient and cost-effective methods to remove dangerous chemicals from wastewater before releasing it into the environment.
The following issues have been discovered in wastewater for chemical industries:
- Floating and suspended solids;
- Hexavalent chromium;
- Cloudy effluent;
- Concentration of metals is high;
- Odour issues;
- There is oil in the system;
And the aforementioned issues can be rectified by including the substances listed below_
3: Air Quality Monitoring
Total particle air monitoring is often performed for 0.5 to 5 and >5m particles. On-line air monitoring systems with remote probes are now available to count particles in real time, both statically and during operations.
Manual air samplers with well-defined and recorded sampling sites, sample volume and sampling frequency may also be employed. The sampling sites and probe placement should be carefully reviewed in order to obtain data that gives status on the quality of the environment throughout operations.
We provide a wide range of services for the pharmaceutical industry that may be tailored to the needs of the customer including water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, Commercial & Industrial RO Plants, and much more. Our experts provide services, which are backed up by high-quality and calibrated instruments.
We also provide a complete variety of standard and fully configurable wastewater treatment systems, as well as their comprehensive maintenance. Choosing a trained, accredited, and experienced wastewater system specialist will considerably boost your chances of long-term satisfaction with your overall system.