Cleanroom energy reduction – possibilities for now and in the near future
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM |
Cleanrooms are critical for product quality in many manufacturing processes. However, they are also very energy intensive and costly to operate. Where cost of goods is important in a competitive global market, many organizations are searching for ways to minimize the operational costs of these facilities and meet sustainability objectives.
In this presentation, Keith will share his experience of working with global life science manufacturers to help them reduce costs and deliver on sustainability targets. He will cover some top tips and give pointers to useful sources of information and guidance. He will also share a vision of the future, that EECO2 are helping to make a reality, where cleanrooms can respond dynamically to the contamination challenges, maintaining and monitoring real-time quality compliance.
Important factors to consider in pharma/biopharma energy reduction project delivery
Top 3 technology focus areas
Common problems & how to overcome them
Speaker: Keith Beattie | Director | Energy Efficiency Consultancy Ltd (EECO2)
Keith is a chartered engineer and chartered energy manager with over 18 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Keith and his team use their deep technical expertise to help clients such as GSK, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Lilly, Sanofi and others apply best practice and innovation to reduce energy cost and maintain or improve safety and quality compliance. As a leading practitioner in his field, Keith is also a member of ISPE’s global HVAC Sustainability Steering Group and ISO TC209 committee responsible for ISO14644 (Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments) contributing to the development of standards, training and code of practice guidelines in the discipline. He is also Co-Chair of ISPE HVAC/Sustainability CoP.