We participate as full members in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Initiative and are guided by the principles that address five areas of responsible business practice: ethics, human rights and labor, health and safety, environment, and management systems.
In addition to reducing emissions and employing environmentally friendly initiatives at our facilities, we are also leading advocates of green chemistries. These eco-friendly synthetic routes and processes – including biocatalysis, flow chemistry, solvent recovery and reduction, as well as material consumption protocols – are designed to increase process efficiency and reduce waste and toxins.
We have an internal policy across all our sites to improve our annual process mass intensity (PMI).
Recent investments in China include a fully closed sewage treatment system and regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO).
All of our chemical reactors use a fully enclosed containment design that is dust-free and odourless – from dispensing through to reactors, centrifuge and discharge. These systems eliminate contamination and greatly improve safety.
We strictly adhere to pharmaceutical supply chain initiative (PSCI) principles.
We have passed 50+ client EHS audits since 2016.
7 operating sites have passed ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System certification)
Our promises to health, safety and environmental care cover
Conducting formal process safety evaluations prior to manufacture
Providing thorough health and safety training programs for both employees and contractors
Conducting toxicological and risk assessments for all new introduced processes
Working with our suppliers and customers to minimize environmental impacts across the entire production and supply value chain
Reducing our overall usage of water, energy, waste production, and emissions
To enhance our delivery of EHS policies, we have created several bespoke groups to drive forward a culture of corporate citizenship, including EHS committee process safety management committee general manager representative and a standalone EHS department