Pharmaceutical Industry

In Ireland

Boston Scientific, Ireland
“Indaver has the mindset to go the extra mile”, Boston Scientific

Boston Scientific Corporation (BSC) is a leading innovator of medical solutions that improve the health of patients around the world. With 25,000 employees in 40 countries across six continents, it is a global organization. In Ireland, BSC has sites in Galway, Clonmel, and Cork. Manufacturing on such a scale produces waste, much of which is recyclable, although a portion is sensitive and hazardous. For over 10 years, Indaver has been solely responsible for all of the waste on BSC’s Galway site. Read the whole story

J&J, Ireland
Pro-active project approach & cost savings

J&J Ireland maintains a TWM-partnership for 3 of its Cork sites and 1 site in Limerick. Sustainable solutions such as the 200 tonnes of sludge removed to Meath, Ireland first Waste-to-Energy plant built by Indaver and efficient daily waste management by on site operators contributed to a pro-active project approach. This resulted in convincing results and cost savings.  Read the whole story

In United Kingdom

Eli Lilly, UK
How Eli Lilly realised a 6% waste reduction

Under a Total Waste Management (TWM) contract, Indaver manages 270 tonnes of hazardous and non-hazardous
waste from the Eli Lilly R&D site in Erl Wood. The largest tonnages are clinical (laboratory) waste and
solvents produced during the research and development of medicines for humans and animals. As TWM partner
for all Eli Lilly UK sites (2), Indaver contributed to more composting and recycling solutions with a 6 % drop in
residual waste as a result.). Read the whole story

The Netherlands

Aspen, The Netherlands
Labelling contributes to sustainable waste management

Within its TWM partnership with Indaver, the international pharmaceutical company Aspen focuses on sustainable and cost-efficient waste management. A large-scale waste labelling project clearly contributes to safety, sorting efficiency and cost savings. Read the whole story

MSD & Intervet/Schering-Plough, The Netherlands
Full waste management control

The pharmaceutical group MSD and veterinary pharmaceutical group Intervet/Schering-Plough are both confronted with cricital and sensitive waste originating from pharmaceutical production. Innovative solutions combined with operational management and secure waste disposal won both parties over to implement Indaver’s Total Waste Management project. Read the whole story

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