Environmental Laboratory

How Environmental Monitoring Equipment can Reduce the Likelihood of Contaminations

Nov 28 2012

Author: Tony Ancrum, Anne-Grit Klees on behalf of Merck KGaA. The life science business of Merck operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada

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Environmental monitoring of cleanrooms and isolators has been subject to a significant rise in regulatory requirements in recent years, as contaminations can spoil pharmaceutical products, slow their time to market and even result in recalls. The resulting need for sound and effective environmental monitoring processes has made the selection and handling of monitoring equipment used for monitoring increasingly important. Pharmaceutical companies and their suppliers have therefore been working to assess and improve the products used to test surfaces and ambient air in critical environments. 

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