THE LABORATORY WASTE MANAGEMENT IN PHARMACY FIELD

Authors

  • Dr. Mayur Bhosale  Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Paravra Rural college of Pharmacy, Loni, India
  • Sanket Gadekar  Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Paravra Rural college of Pharmacy, Loni, India
  • Sayli Chavan  Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Paravra Rural college of Pharmacy, Loni, India https://orcid.org/0009-0005-1765-1998
  • Vaishnavi Chavan  Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Paravra Rural college of Pharmacy, Loni, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8029982

Keywords:

Disposal methods, Waste products, pharmaceutical waste

Abstract

The management of pharmaceutical waste plays a significant role in pharmacy schools. Wastes are undesirable substances that can no longer be employed in manufacturing processes and may be eventually become substances that are harmful or not to humans or the environment. The management of hazardous wastes is a crucial component of pharmacy school. Pharmaceutical wastes come in a variety forms, primarily as organic waste or synthetic waste, testing waste, formulation waste, analytical waste, etc. It originates from a variety of departments within the colleges. The college manages these wastes with the aid of a waste management system. In this paper, we employ an alternative method for waste management.

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Published

06/12/2023

How to Cite

1.
Bhosale DM, Gadekar S, Chavan S, Chavan V. THE LABORATORY WASTE MANAGEMENT IN PHARMACY FIELD. ijcrips [Internet]. 2023 Jun. 12 [cited 2024 Apr. 20];1(2):129-33. Available from: https://ijcrips.com/index.php/files/article/view/26