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Waste Management in 
Pharmaceutical Industry 
Presented By 
Md. Mohsin (NUB) 
Md. Sahab Uddin (SEU) 
Md. Manir Ahmed (BU)
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1. Introduction 
2. Sources of Pharmaceutical waste 
3. Types of pharmaceutical waste 
4. Solid wast...
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Introduction 
Waste management is the generation, prevention, 
characterization, monitoring, treatme...
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Consequences of improper management 
 Endocrine Disruptors 
 Low sperm counts 
 Neurological diso...
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Sources of Pharmaceutical waste 
Waste 
Sources 
Passed 
recommended 
shelf-life 
Discarded due to 
...
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Types of pharmaceutical waste 
According to - 
Physical 
Nature Degradability 
Human 
Health and 
t...
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Solid waste treatment 
1. Incineration 
2. Scrubbing 
3.Landfill
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Liquid waste treatment 
Liquid wastes are 
treated in effluent 
treatment plant (ETP) 
Chemical 
tre...
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Chemical treatment 
. Effluent 
from 
production 
area 
Screening 
chamber 
Raw effluent 
tank 
Oil ...
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Biological treatment 
Liquid 
waste 
Moving bed 
biological reactor 1 
Secondary 
clarification 1 
M...
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Different parameters tested after treatment 
Standard 
Parameters 
Sulphide: 
< 2 mg/L 
pH: 6-9 
BOD...
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References 
 United States EPA, Pollution Prevention Fact Sheet, Washington, DC,March 1991. 
 Keol...
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  1. 1. Waste Management in Pharmaceutical Industry Presented By Md. Mohsin (NUB) Md. Sahab Uddin (SEU) Md. Manir Ahmed (BU)
  2. 2. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE 1. Introduction 2. Sources of Pharmaceutical waste 3. Types of pharmaceutical waste 4. Solid waste treatment Outline 5. Liquid waste treatment 6. Chemical & biological treatment 7. References
  3. 3. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Introduction Waste management is the generation, prevention, characterization, monitoring, treatment, handling, reuse and residual disposition of solid and liquid wastes.
  4. 4. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Consequences of improper management  Endocrine Disruptors  Low sperm counts  Neurological disorders in children  Developmental & reproductive problems in wildlife
  5. 5. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Sources of Pharmaceutical waste Waste Sources Passed recommended shelf-life Discarded due to contaminated packaging Waste generated during the manufacture No longer required by the public
  6. 6. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Types of pharmaceutical waste According to - Physical Nature Degradability Human Health and the Environment
  7. 7. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Solid waste treatment 1. Incineration 2. Scrubbing 3.Landfill
  8. 8. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Liquid waste treatment Liquid wastes are treated in effluent treatment plant (ETP) Chemical treatment Biological treatment
  9. 9. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Chemical treatment . Effluent from production area Screening chamber Raw effluent tank Oil & grease separation Flush mixer Flocculation Equilization Primary clarification Sludge holding tank Sludge drying bed Liquid waste
  10. 10. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Biological treatment Liquid waste Moving bed biological reactor 1 Secondary clarification 1 Moving bed biological reactor 2 Secondary clarification 2 PSF PUMP Sand filter Activated Carbon filter Water tank 1 Activated Carbon filter Water tank 2 Liquid discharge to environment
  11. 11. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Different parameters tested after treatment Standard Parameters Sulphide: < 2 mg/L pH: 6-9 BOD: < 50 mg/L COD: < 200 mg/L DO: 4.5-8 Chloride: < 600 mg/L
  12. 12. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE References  United States EPA, Pollution Prevention Fact Sheet, Washington, DC,March 1991.  Keoleian, G., and D. Menerey, “Sustainable Development by Design: Reviewof Life Cycle Design and Related Approaches,” Air & Waste, 44, May 1994.  Theodore, L. Personal notes.  Dupont, R., L. Theodore, and K. Ganesan, Pollution Prevention: The Waste  Management Approach for the 21st Century, Lewis Publishers, 2000.  World Wildlife Fund, Getting at the Source, 1991, p. 7.  United States EPA, 1987 National Biennial RCRA Hazardous Waste Report—Executive Summary, Washington, DC, GPO, 1991, p. 10.ASTM, Philadelphia, PA.  Theodore, L., and R. Allen, Pollution Prevention: An ETS Theodore Tutorial, Roanoke, VA, ETS International, Inc., 1993.  United States EPA, The EPA Manual for Waste Minimization Opportunity Assessments, Cincinnati, OH, August 1988.  Santoleri, J., J. Reynolds, and L. Theodore, Introduction to Hazardous Waste Incineration, 2d ed., Wiley, 2000.
  13. 13. LOGO YOUR SITE HERE Thank All of you! Any ?????????
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