Tags » Single-use

Lazy cleaning

I have to confess that I really don’t like cleaning – I can almost always think of something that I would rather be doing. The only times I was at all enthusiastic about it was when I had an Open University assignment to work on or marking to do! 501 more words

Reducing Consumption

SUD Re-Manufacturing: Focus on Facts and Science, Not Fear and Doubt

By Dan Vukelich, President, Association of Medical Device Reprocessors.

The reprocessing of “single-use” devices, or SUDs, has been one of the most contentious issues to be negotiated as part of the entire medical device regulation (MDR).  340 more words

Sterilisation For Medical Devices

Planning over Convenience

Within the first day I think my wife and I realized how deep the hole of single-use products was. Two weeks in and now I realize we had no clue how deep the hole actually is. 486 more words

What's that lurking just around the corner?

If you go down to the beach today it looks amazing.

This is Cliff End at Pett Level, East Sussex, the beach my parents first took me to many many years ago. 320 more words

Cliff End

Wiping up waste

We are slowly settling in to a bit of a school routine now, and thankfully I have had time to get some sewing done while the kids are in school. 221 more words

Making What You Need

Can Distribution Partners offer a secure Single-Use Supply Chain?

When considering single-use solutions there are many different variables to consider, such as extractables and leachables, particulates, flow rates, pressures, disposal, scalability, connection methods, equipment etc. 860 more words

Life Sciences

Single-use plastic bags, the New Zealand story. The Third

With calls to ban the single-use plastic bag in New Zealand, I thought we might take a look at how other countries have fared in the crusade to ban the bag. 204 more words