Waste Management in GlaxoSmithKline - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Waste Management in GlaxoSmithKline PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 92f08-OTRlZ



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Waste Management in GlaxoSmithKline

Description:

Research, discovery, development, production, distribution and marketing of ... Ergonomics. Process Risk Management. Product Stewardship. Sustainable Development ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:900
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 19
Provided by: FUL3
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Waste Management in GlaxoSmithKline


1
Waste Management in GlaxoSmithKline
……..Preparing for change in the UK
  • Brett Fulford
  • Corporate Environment, Health and Safety

2
Introduction to GlaxoSmithKline
  • GSK is one of the worlds leading pharmaceutical
    companies
  • Research, discovery, development, production,
    distribution and marketing of pharmaceutical,
    over the counter (OTC) medicines, vaccines and
    consumer products
  • Products are sold in more than 160 countries
  • 7 of global pharmaceutical sales
  • 92 manufacturing facilities 20 RD facilities
  • Over 32,000 employees in manufacturing 15,000
    in RD

3
(No Transcript)
4
Typical Wastes Generated by GSK
  • During Primary Manufacture
  • Bulk Chemical Waste collected in tanks and drums
  • Packaging contaminated with active pharmaceutical
    ingredients (APIs)
  • During Secondary Manufacture
  • Product waste (e.g. QA samples or failed batches)
  • Packaging (some may be managed as hazardous
    because it may have been exposed to an API)
  • During the Manufacture of Consumer Products
  • Packaging suitable for recycling
  • Product waste (some suitable for animal feed)

5
Where is waste produced?
6
GSK Organisation UK
Beckenham, Dartford, Irvine, Montrose,
Ulverston Worthing
Primary Antibiotics
Consumer
Maidenhead, Slough
Global Manufacturing Supply
New Product Supply
Barnard Castle Crawley, Ware
Corporate Environment Health and Safety
Regional Supply
Coleford, Crewe Brockworth (Wincanton)
Commercial
Addenbrookes, Beckenham, Dartford, The Frythe,
Greenford, Harlow, Stevenage, Stockley Park,
Ware, Tonbridge
RD
7
2003 Progress against environmental targets
Hazardous Non Hazardous Waste Recycled
10
-1
-8
Non Hazardous Waste Disposed
2005 Targets
2003 Improvement
-16
per unit sales basis
-15
EHS Data for 2003 not yet verified
Hazardous waste disposed
-8
2001 Baseline
8
GSK EHS Standards Key Waste Management Standards
Leadership Management
Management System Elements
Leadership and Excellence
General EHS Programmes
Information Training
Emergency Planning
Investigation Reporting of Incidents
Risk Assessment Management
Stakeholder Involvement
Operational Control Monitoring
Audit
Business Processes
Loss Prevention of Business-critical Assets
Business, Product Property Transactions
Facility, Engineering Process Change
Contract Manufacturers
New Product Development
Business Continuity Planning
Procurement
Key Suppliers
Employee Health
Environmental Risks
Hazardous Activities
First Aid and Occupational Health Services
Waste Minimisation
Process Risk Management
Product Stewardship
Transportation of Materials
Energy Efficiency
Food Services Drinking Water
Occupational Travel
Packaging of Products Environmental Claims
Ergonomics
Use of Work Equipment
New Product Development Supply
Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Health Surveillance
Product Returns
Waste Management
Health Enhancement
Permit-to-Work Systems
Waste Minimisation Recycling
Working at Height
Water Management
Mental Well-being
Storage of Materials
Management of Emissions to Air
Reproductive Health
Contractors Visitors
Ozone-depleting Substances
Absence Rehabilitation
Waste Management
Workplace Transport
Workplace Smoking
Biodiversity Land Use
Off-site Working
Construction Demolition
Soil Groundwater Quality
Drugs Alcohol in the Workplace
9
Waste Hierarchy - Implications
Best
Eliminate or reduce
Substitute with sustainable materials to minimise
overall EHS impact
Reuse or recycle provided that it reduces overall
impact
Treatment and Disposal that minimise EHS risks
and impacts
10
UK Waste Management Team Formed 2001
  • Jointly led by Procurement and Corporate
    Environment, Health and Safety
  • Representatives from all parts of the business
  • Global Manufacturing Supply
  • RD
  • Commercial
  • Regular Core Team Meetings
  • Annual UK Waste Meeting
  • Sites responsible for implementation

Environment
Commercial
Balance
11
Key Activities
  • Data Collection
  • Identify implement opportunities
  • Legislation tracking
  • Lobbying
  • Communication
  • Awareness of business impacts
  • Form strategic partnerships
  • Preferred suppliers

12
Awareness Effective Communications
  • Examples of the 2001 Key Messages………….

13
Data Collection
  • Share Best Practice
  • Identify synergies
  • Agree common approaches
  • Project identification

14
Legislation Roadmap
Co-disposal banned Pre Treat All Haz Waste prior
to landfill
35 less Municipal Waste to landfill than in 1995
Landfill Directive
New Waste Acceptance Criteria
Pre Treat All No-Haz Waste prior to landfill
July 16 2004
Dec 2020
July 2005
July 2007
IPPC Landfill and Incineration
Landfills must apply for PPC Permit
Full Implementation
Dec 2007
  • 2004 KEY ISSUES
  • Landfill Directive End of Co-Disposal
  • New Hazardous Waste Regulations
  • Preparation for new Waste Acceptance Criteria

June 2003
Incineration Directive
Tighter Emission Limits - Existing Plant
Dec 2005
Achievement of NEW Recycling and Recovery targets
Achievement of existing Recycling and Recovery
targets
Producer Responsibility (PRNs)
Dec 2008
Dec 2003
Implementation Tgt 4kg/person per year
WEEE Directive
Dec 2006
UK Waste Regs
Proposed New Hazardous Waste Regulations
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2020
2009
15
Responding to the Landfill Directive On site
management
Ideal Effective in-house management
  • Alternative Partnership
  • Outsource and manage risk
  • 56 of the hazardous waste generated in the UK
  • 37 of the non-hazardous waste generated in the
    UK

Move Waste Up the Waste Hierarchy
16
Responding to the Landfill Directive Effective
Management
  • Reduce Reliance on landfill
  • Seek alternatives
  • Secure landfill capacity for key waste streams
  • More waste testing will be required
  • In-house or third parties?
  • Between 400 and 2000 per waste!
  • The need for pre-treatment before landfill
    expected to add cost
  • Difficult to quantify at the moment but the EA
    expect costs to double

17
Achievements
  • Financial Savings
  • 2001 2002 510,000
  • 2002 2003 912,000

Environmental
-50
18
Summary
  • Organisation
  • Establish systems within the business so waste
    can be effectively managed
  • Focus on the waste hierarchy
  • The best commercial and environmental solution is
    not to produce waste
  • Plan ahead be proactive
  • Track legislation and understand the business
    implications
  • Communicate
  • Dont assume people understand how waste is
    managed and why it is an important business issue
  • Manage at source
  • Review in-house and third party options
About PowerShow.com