If your organization recycles plastics or manufactures healthcare products or packaging materials and you want to be on the front lines of the emerging Circular Economy, HPRC wants to talk to you! Work with industry-leading peers and develop real-world tools and projects to explore various approaches to healthcare plastics recycling across the full value chain.
At Pfizer, we are developing innovative manufacturing techniques that better meet today’s patient needs.
In recent years, Pfizer has made dramatic advances in our manufacturing and supply chain. In 2016, we enabled even more efficient product delivery by applying the latest technologies and innovative partnerships to our manufacturing processes and supply chain. These advances include:
· Creating a first-of-its-kind manufacturing system that will give Pfizer increased flexibility and speed of production
“In your pocket, you have a tool that we have employed to map the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness.” – Dr. Paul Emerson, Director of the International Trachoma Initiative at The Task Force for Global Health.
Alexis joined the inaugural group of recruits at Generation Pittsburgh in September 2014. She is working towards a career in healthcare.
“Generation Pittsburgh is a group of honest people who’ve come together to help assist the community in a positive way. Generation helps rescue those who need a second chance in life and puts them on the right path. I know that with dedication and believing in myself, I can be successful.”
This complete guide to finding a hospital recycling partner will help you get your program up and running. We'll walk you through resources for finding the right partner, whether you can start with your current waste hauler, recycling partners, or other services providers, or are beginning the search from scratch.
At Pfizer, we realize no one organization or corporation can solve all of today’s complex healthcare challenges. That’s why we seek to combine our resources with the expertise of a range of diverse partners – including NGOs, governments and social entrepreneurs – to catalyze creative approaches to accelerating progress and breaking down healthcare barriers. In doing so, we are directly supporting progress toward several of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals.
At Pfizer, our purpose is to make innovative medicines and vaccines that significantly improve people’s lives. In doing so, we are helping society achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – 17 ambitious targets for positive and essential change around the world.
By Jon Pender, Vice President, Government Affairs at GSK
Last week I joined Chatham House at their Responsible Business Conference, alongside representatives from across the public, private and NGO sectors, including Vodafone, Nestle, the UN Global Compact and the UK Minister for Corporate Responsibility.
Together we considered a broad range of questions, starting with: How do you incentivise more businesses to operate more responsibly?