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Overview

Listen to a discussion on how you can safely recycle the plastic from your single-use products. MilliporeSigma has partnered with Triumvirate Environmental to help you reduce what is currently being disposed of via landfill and incineration. This webinar offers a detailed look at the biopharma recycling program that is challenging conventional wisdom.

 

Learn how this new program enables:

 

  • Ease of disposal through limited segregation of single-use materials, such as depth filters and chemical containers
  • 100% product recycling – even Biohazardous classified materials
  • Full traceability of waste stream and reporting

 

PLUS! Get an update on what has been recycled since the program started.

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Speaker Profiles

Jacqueline Ignacio, Global Manager, Customer Sustainability Solutions, continues to lead and develop MilliporeSigma’s initiatives and programs that help meet their customer’s needs. Currently she develops and leads product recycling options such as the Biopharma Single Use product recycling program and the Ech2o™ Lab Water Cartridge Recycling program. Jacquie has had over 20 years of experience within the life sciences industry holding positions in biological research, sales and sales support as well as program manager on several product development projects for detection instrumentation platforms. Jacquie holds a B.A in Biological Sciences from Hood College.

 

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As our Corporate Disposal Coordinator, Mike Farrell manages relationships with third party disposal and recycling facilities.  This includes coordination with highway and rail transportation and receiving facilities such as landfills, incinerators, wastewater treatment and recycling facilities.  He assists the sales team in quoting and developing business, and trains internal operations team members on waste disposal technologies and cost management. Mike also manages our radioactive and mixed waste programs.