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MEET OUR NEW EECO2 TEAM MEMBERS

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The EECO2 team is expanding faster than ever, with many new team members this year. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and experienced team, whilst investing in the future with our first university industrial placement student. Meet our new EECO2 team members:

Amaad Ahmed – Senior Energy Manager

Amaad joined EECO2 in June 2020, coming from his own consultancy company. Amaad is our new senior energy manager, with over 6 years of experience in the sector. Learning more about the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector and helping evolve the industry was one of the key reasons Amaad wanted to join EECO2. Amaad is married with two children, and is a keen sports fan, following cricket and Arsenal FC.
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Craig Bullock – Project Manager

Craig’s career has given him copious experience in various companies across the UK and further afield. With 40 years of experience in project management in the building services sector, within the food and beverage, hospital and operating theatre, and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries. Craig was the perfect candidate to manage one of our major projects – a large cleanroom build for a reputable pharmaceutical manufacturing company based in Cambridge.
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Nick Kibler – Senior HVAC Engineer

Nick has worked in the building services industry for 35 years and has experience in a broad range of projects and industries, including nuclear, commercial, schools, hospitals, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. Nick is a big football fan – supporting one of the big Manchester clubs… we will let you guess which!

Tom Nutley – Global Key Account Manager

Tom joins ECCO2 in October. With over five years of experience providing AI sustainability solutions to the global mobility sector, the opportunity to provide solutions to achieve carbon neutrality within the pharmaceutical and biomedical industries was one that Tom could not turn down. Tom is a former professional rugby player, avid fitness enthusiast, adventurer and gamer who enjoys spending his free time in the great outdoors with his wife Danielle and dog, Dexter.
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Alberto Diaz – Project Engineer

Alberto started working for EECO2 remotely from Spain during lockdown, getting to know the team via video calls. He decided to join EECO2 to follow his chosen career path as an international engineer, working in the pharmaceutical and energy sector. In his new role as a project manager, Alberto is involved in organising the live projects, ensuring they stay on schedule. Alberto is a qualified mechanical engineer, with a master’s degree in project management from Coventry University and is accredited as a consultant through CMI. He has also worked in a nanotechnology laboratory, which resulted in a publication in the Spanish Society of Materials. Alberto has a joyful personality which helps keep spirits high in the office.
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Liam Featherston – Industrial Placement Student

Currently studying at Newcastle University, Liam has decided to take a year out for an industrial placement. He will gain experience in different departments of EECO2, and learn how they interact and connect with each other.

I wanted to get a placement at EECO2 as it will allow me to fully immerse myself in each department. In my first two months, I have enjoyed developing relationships with the team and contributing to current projects. One of my favourite things about EECO2 is being able to gain experience in real world situations, while knowing I am part of a company that is contributing to save our environment”.
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Oliver Meads – Revit Design Technician

Oliver recently joined EECO2 as a design technician and is currently studying a master’s degree in architecture at Manchester University. He has a creative eye and will be using that skill to design our new meeting room in the Head Office. One of the main reasons Oliver joined us is to get different perspectives of architecture, and to learn new design program’s such as Revit. As well as designing a new office, Oliver will be developing his skills in architectural visualisation, schematics and the program autoCAD.
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EECO2 is pleased to support our staff with clear career development and progression opportunities, in addition to competitive salaries and benefits packages. We are an equal opportunities employer, so if you are an engineer with a proven track record in delivering efficiency solutions in the pharmaceutical sector or similar, or a recent graduate with a degree level qualification in a relevant subject, and would like to be considered to become part of the EECO2 team, please take a look at our current vacancies.

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HELPING BIG PHARMA BUILD BACK BETTER

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What we do next can change everything. As the world recovers, we have the chance to reset our priorities and build back better than before.

The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest global health emergency of our time, affecting people’s livelihoods and much of the world’s economies. When lock-downs and restrictions start to relax, attention should be turned to the #BuildBackBetter campaign.

Previously used by other organisations including The World Health Organization in 2013, referring to opportunities of reform in the aftermath of nationwide emergencies1, the campaign name has resurfaced in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The keynote address by Alok Sharma, Business Secretary and COP26 President, at the Let’s Build Back Better event on 3rd August 2020 highlighted the importance of continuing to tackle climate change;

“Today, governments and businesses are, rightly, focussing on their response to the coronavirus pandemic. But the climate crisis remains as acute as ever.”

Sharma stated that this is a critical moment in the fight against climate change and that it is ‘imperative that we work together, in the aftermath of the coronavirus, and ahead of COP26, to build back better’2.

The Build Back Better campaign is not focused on helping industries return to normal, but to use this as an opportunity to improve the norm and become better than before. An industry that would greatly benefit from this campaign to improve sustainability is the pharmaceutical industry. With the journey back to normality, plans need to be in place to ensure that employees have clean and safe working environments to return to, with the aim of significantly reducing their risk of contracting COVID-19. 

One way to incorporate required changes and return better than before, is for companies to invest more seriously in their sustainability plans with the mindset of pairing recovery action with climate action. This will allow the pharmaceutical industry to emerge stronger than before, whilst protecting the environment and improving global sustainability. 

In the short term and as buildings and sites start to reopen, the focus must be on keeping the workforce safe. In July, The World Health Organisation stated that there is a growing body of evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus (which is the cause of COVID-19) can be spread through the air, particularly in poorly ventilated indoor spaces3; therefore ventilation provision, assessment and maintenance should be top of the list. 

A heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) assessment should be completed in all areas of each site, to ensure that they are compliant and running initial system modifications are undertaken to protect people and limit the spread of SARS-CoV-2 within HVAC systems. These modifications will most likely increase energy consumption and carbon emissions, therefore post pandemic it will be important to achieve a more sustainable long-term fix. Perhaps obvious, but also essential that all personnel follow government and company guidelines on surface cleaning, personal hygiene, physical distancing & separation measures.  

All large businesses have an ethical and legal requirement to monitor and reduce energy usage, carbon footprint and levels of greenhouse gas emissions, with public oversight via the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)4 and others. Inevitably, energy and water usage and climate change appear high up the risk materiality rankings of most large companies. As we start to emerge post-lockdown, new strategies and targets at corporate levels should be in place to reduce climate change or existing targets be brought forward. Earlier this year AstraZeneca brought forward their decarbonation plans by more than a decade and now have an ‘Ambition Carbon Zero’ program, committing zero carbon emissions from operations across the globe by 20255. AstraZeneca’s plans should be the blueprint that other companies across the pharmaceutical industry should be striving to achieve. 

For large companies to meet and potentially exceed energy reduction targets, global multi-site strategies should be in place to accurately measure and report the results. This involves identifying and implementing energy, water, and greenhouse gas reduction opportunities at each site. Analysing entire site energy consumptions, identifying problem areas, and implementing energy efficiency projects will provide emission and cost reductions. Once potential projects have been selected from an initial energy assessment, water assessment or Energy Savings Opportunity Survey (ESOS), a study that develops the detailed solution should be carried out. This feasibility study should include concept designs, risk assessments and detailed costs and savings to enable you to fund and implement projects. HVAC systems within regulated environments is typically responsible for consuming up to 70% of a site’s total energy, and it therefore tends to also represent the largest opportunity for improvement.  

To build back better, innovation and new technologies should emerge and shift the overall industry. A great place to start is reviewing sustainability and energy efficiency of cleanrooms. A review of cleanroom costs in Europe indicated that energy consumption accounts for 65-75% of the annual cost of running a cleanroom, with HVAC systems accounting for the majority of this6. In most cases, particle generation rates are low and air flow rates are set much higher than required. The standard industry model for both existing and new cleanroom construction has not changed for over 50 years, and a new innovative technology that allows for adaptive, demand-based control of the cleanroom’s HVAC system is the future and the key to a more sustainable cleanroom. The ICCS® (Intelligent Cleanroom Control System) regulates and controls based on the particle concentration within the cleanroom, not just on the air change rate, allowing for a reduction in air flow when not required. It is an overdue technological leap forward for cleanroom design and operation offering continuous monitoring of cleanroom performance, whilst assuring product quality, improving compliance and sustainability, and achieving significant energy savings. With this technology EECO2 has demonstrated energy savings of up to 60% on traditional control systems 7. 

With the availability of improved knowledge, advanced technology, and an opportunity to change the norm; Now is the time to act and build back better.


Want EECO2 to help you Build Back Better? Contact us today.

References

  1. https://www.who.int/mental_health/emergencies/building_back_better/en/
  2. https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/lets-build-back-better
  3. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-53329946
  4. https://www.cdp.net/en
  5. https://www.astrazeneca.com/media-centre/articles/2020/ambition-zero-carbon-22012020.html
  6. eeco2.com/iccs
  7. eeco2.com/iccs

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CLEANROOM TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2020

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This November, the Cleanroom Technology Conference 2020 will take place VIRTUALLY, on the 10th and 11th of the month. EECO2 have been attending the conference for three years, presenting at two of them. This year, Director Keith Beattie will be speaking at the virtual event, presenting the theme of ‘how to improve quality and compliance, whilst reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions and cost’. If you would like to watch Keith’s presentation, it will commence at 15:20 on the 11th November. If you’d like more information, feel free to get in touch.

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VIRTUAL ROUND TABLE: SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

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EECO2 is delighted to be Knowledge Partner on the upcoming Virtual Round Table Meeting ‘Sustainability in the Pharmaceutical Industry’, taking place on the 24th of September at 10.30am GMT.

The meeting is led by Mark O’Connor who heads up the Global Energy Management Program for MSD, and EECO2’s Director Keith Beattie is working with Mark to set the agenda for the gathering.

Companies who will be represented at the meeting include:

  1. Pfizer
  2. AstraZeneca
  3. Gilead Science
  4. Abbott
  5. Alexion
  6. Takeda Pharmaceuticals
  7. Dechra
  8. GSK

 

If you would like to come along to the Virtual Round Table as our guest on September 24th register your interest here.

The meeting is scheduled to run for one and a half hours and there are only 10 places available.

For more information about what will be discussed or to register your interest about any outcomes of the meeting, contact us.

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

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Given the emerging risk of Coronavirus, we thought it would be prudent to inform our customers, partners and suppliers of the steps EECO2 is taking to mitigate the risk of this fast-changing pandemic. Up to now, it is unclear how the situation will develop, but we are taking this issue very seriously.

EECO2 has developed tools and methods of working remotely with clients to deliver our services. This is aligned with our policy of minimising travel and our impact on the environment from EECO2 business activity, and under these circumstances it is an incredibly useful tool.

In the light of the Coronavirus situation we are:
• Following government and WHO advice for hygiene standards around the workplace and at home
• Accelerating our development of remote working tools to deliver additional value to clients
• Ensuring staff have the tools to work and collaborate remotely when needed (e.g. for self-isolation)
• Evaluating technology enhancements to facilitate remote site surveys
• Training staff on video conferencing and collaboration tools to be more effective
• Reviewing travel risks and keeping our staff safe

We understand that many of our clients are taking a cautious approach and limiting travel. Any project may be affected by this situation will be reviewed on a case by case basis and in line with customer policies.

We will keep in contact with our customers, partners and suppliers, and continually review the situation to ensure we deliver on our commitments during this period.

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Automation system expert Beckhoff Automation UK, invited industrial professionals to discover the opportunities and technical possibilities of modern automation systems at their Automation Update 2020 event.

The event took place yesterday at MK7 at Red Bull Racing (Milton Keynes), where there were several presentations from specialists, a skills lab and a breakout area with equipment demonstrations and advice from the Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Our team ensures that they are up to date with all modern advancements. The emphasis on continuous improvement and development company-wide helps the EECO2 team discover benefits and opportunities presented by new technologies and offerings.







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The National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) and Irish Cleanroom Society (ICS) have announced a standards training workshop on the application of ISO 14644-16:2019, Energy Efficiency & Management in Cleanrooms.

Focusing on the new ISO 14644-16:2019 energy efficiency in cleanrooms, the training will examine practical worked examples and look at best practice approaches to Energy Efficiency. The subject matter experts leading the training, include EECO2’s Executive Director Keith Beattie, Conor Murray (Chairman ICS, Ireland) and Pier Angelo Galligani (ASCAA, Italy). Attendees will get the opportunity to look over key elements and opportunities for energy efficiency and ask the experts queries on their own situation.

The day will be split into a technical seminar in the morning and an interactive workshop in the afternoon, providing attendees with specific guidance on how to apply ISO 14644-16:2019 and update their own SOPs.

So if you are looking to optimise your cleanroom performance, book your place today on the standards training workshop and discover how from the experts. 

Workshop Seminar Details
  • Date: Wednesday, 25th March 2020
  • Duration: 1-day standard training workshop
  • Location: NSAI, 1 Swift Square, Northwood, Santry, Dublin 9, Ireland D09 A0E4
  • Cost: €500
  • The attendance fee includes notes, a hard copy or soft electronic PDF copy of ISO 14644-3:2019, refreshments and a selection of sandwiches and snacks at lunchtime.
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AstraZeneca made the news last week by ‘bringing forward decarbonisation plans by more than a decade’, so the world looks to the rest of Big Pharma to analyse what they are planning on doing to reduce their carbon footprint.

AstraZeneca created the ‘Ambition Zero Carbon’ programme, committing to zero carbon emissions from operations across the world by 2025. The company is planning to invest up to $1bn to achieve their new goals. The goals also include looking into their supply chain; asking suppliers to analyse their carbon emissions, to gain a full view of emissions produced. This should result in AstraZeneca becoming carbon negative across its entire value chain by 2030.

GSK also have ambitions of being Carbon Neutral. They want to reduce their overall carbon footprint by 25% by 2020 (vs. 2010) and have a carbon neutral value chain by 2050. In addition, GSK has looked to their water and operational waste, with key targets listed in their commitments. “We are committed to managing and reducing the environmental impacts of our operations and our products across their life-cycle. We have set ambitious goals to reduce carbon, water and waste across our value chain – from the sourcing of raw materials and the impacts of our own labs and factories, to the use and disposal of our products by patients and consumers.” GSK

Bayer is another with great aim to combat climate change; “we can only be successful as a company in the long term if we balance our economic growth with our responsibility for the environment and society” Bayer. The corporate website lists some of the targets, including reducing specific greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent through 2020 (compared with 2015) and reducing greenhouse gas emissions – including the areas of business trips, communications technologies, logistics and along the entire value-added chain.

Involving business trips, logistics and supply chain (not just focusing purely on production) is an important factor that all companies – not just Big Pharma – need to consider when calculating their carbon footprint.

Pfizer and Sanofi have also spoken about limiting the direct (and indirect) impact their activities have on the environment, but as the issue of climate change and carbon reduction becomes larger and a more prominent fixture in our daily lives, the more larger organisations are expected to do. A majority of internal schemes and targets for large pharmaceutical organisations seem to have an ‘end goal’ set at 2020.

So, what now? Whether the organisation hit the target as we enter 2020 or if they just missed it, it seems there needs to be another push for the next big target… following AstraZeneca’s programme its seems 2025 may do just right. 

For help reaching carbon reduction goals, see how EECO2 can help… EECO2 Solutions.

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In May 2019 the EECO2 Team took part in the Great Manchester Run to raise money for The Joshua Tree, a local children’s cancer charity (more information below). This week, the team welcomed a representative from the charity into the office to tell more about the foundation, what support it currently provides, plans for the future and what EECO2 can do to help.

MORE ABOUT THE JOSHUA TREE

The charity aims to better understand the effects that childhood cancer has on a family emotionally, cognitively and physically.

The focus remains at the heart of the charity to continue to offer support to the whole family, from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. They specifically recognising that post-treatment can be a challenging time when families are having to adapt to their ‘new normal.’ The charity offers support to help bridge the gap that’s left when the safety net of treatment ends.

The Family Support Team are dedicated to working closely with families to the charity in recognising that every family’s cancer journey is unique. Tailoring the services to suit the family’s specific needs, by means of emotional, academic and practical support. Such as counselling, art and play therapy, health and wellbeing advice, support in and around the home and educational tutoring where required.



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A great big thank you to all who support EECO2 in our mission to help clients improve quality, reduce energy consumption and lower carbon emissions.

With the year almost over, we are looking back over all of the sustainability projects completed in 2019 and looking forward to what 2020 has in store…

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