The Pharmaceutical Industry is heavily regulated. Historically HVAC was over designed with subsequent high running costs and carbon intensive facilities, exceeding levels required for compliance. As a result facilities are operating in excess of the levels required for compliance at an ever increasing cost due to energy price rises.

EECO2 have been instrumental in the investigation of the actual ventilation requirements to deliver GMP classifications both at rest and in operation    

Pharmaceutical sector challenges;

  • Compete with low cost manufacturers
  • Provide affordable high quality medicines to a global market place
  • Maintain profitability
  • Reduce carbon emissions
  • Respond to energy and carbon reduction legislation
  • Corporate responsibility in sustainability

To remain competitive pharmaceutical companies can no longer afford to continue to run over compliant facilities that add no additional benefits to product quality.

EECO2 have developed a unique approach to identifying and reducing energy demand without compromising on product quality the key to which requires the complete involvement of the clients key stakeholders to include but not limited to;

  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Quality assurance
  • Health and Safety

EECO2 Services offered

EECO2 offer the following services to the Global Pharmaceutical sector

  • Energy saving audits and workshops
  • GMP Audits and Reviews
  • HVAC Validation and Trial Development
  • HVAC Low Energy Design
  • Laboratory low energy design
  • Energy Monitoring (MEMU's)
  • Project Management
  • Compliance Documentation Authoring and Revision
  • Fume Cupboard testing to BS EN 14175
  • Cleanroom Commissioning (CIBSE Commissioning Code A)
  • Cleanroom testing to ISO 14644 (CTCB-I certified)
  • After Action Review (AAR) to identify best practice solutions.
  • Sharing of Global experience and best practice.           

To discuss Pharmaceutical Energy Efficiency, contact Energy Efficiency Consultancy by email : or Tel: +44 (0) 1625 660 717