Traditional distillation versus alternative purification processes
It's been a year since changes were made to the European Pharmacopoeia Monograph and we've answered the key questions facing the market at a time where change is possible. Decision makers are tasked with the option of continuing with traditional methods or turning to newly approved techniques as their preferred choice in providing water for injection (WFI). We explore how these changes have affected the market and what options are now available to organisations when it comes to producing WFI.
Water for injection presentation at Making Pharmaceuticals
Our Business Development Manager James Steptoe is delivering his presentation, 'Water for Injection production using a Reverse Osmosis-based system', on Tuesday 25th April at 16:55, in Room C at the event at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Our team of experts are also exhibiting at the event on stand 318 - to book an appointment, please click the link below.
Register below to join our webinar on water for injection and find out how recent changes to the European Pharmacopoeia Monograph has affected the market. We'll be looking at the different techniques that are available when producing WFI, as well as discussing the cost versus risk of changing techniques and business processes.