Thursday, 24 October 2013

Reviewing cleanroom microflora

There has been very little published information relating to the “typical” microorganisms recovered from cleanrooms or clean environments. This can cause difficulties for the pharmaceutical manufacturer when assessing the results and range of “microflora” recovered from environmental monitoring activities. Microorganisms are found in pharmaceutical ingredients, water for pharmaceutical use, the manufacturing environment, intermediates, and in finished products.

On this subject, Tim Sandle has written an article for the Institute of Science and Technology. If you are interested in reading the article, please contact Tim Sandle.

The reference is:

Sandle, T. (2013). Understanding cleanroom microflora, The Journal: the Official Journal of the Institute of Science and Technology, Summer 2013, pp35-45

Posted by Tim Sandle