When it comes to biopharmaceutical manufacturing, one thing that is of prime importance is maintaining a fluid pathway free of microorganism contamination. It’s common to hear terminology like sterile, sterilization and sterility. But what do these terms mean – and how can they help us better understand how to achieve the goal of removing the risk of contamination with the products being produced?
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With the rise of industrial products and processes, we have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of electronic waste in our landfills over the last few decades. This has created a significant upsurge in hazardous leachates and heavy metals accumulation in our environment, ecosystem, and food chain.
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