3rd Annual Pharma Water Workshop 2018

In the pharmaceutical industry, water is one of the most critical commodities. Water is used as an ingredient in the pharmaceutical products in the manufacturing and as a cleaning agent for rinsing the vessels and equipments. With increase in pharma manufacturing over the last few years, water consumption is expected to increase and so will the demand for sterile water. Companies have also received warnings because of non- compliance to guidelines laid down by the regulatory bodies.

Riding on the success of the past 2 editions and considering the growing significance contemporary technology involved in a pharmaceutical USP Purified Water (PW) and USP Water for Injection (WFI), as well as the rationale behind Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements for the preparation and storage of PW and WFI, CPhI is glad to announce its 3rd Edition of Pharma Water Workshop 2018 on 15 - 16 November in Mumbai.

Powered by unparalleled content and speakers, the event promises to see a gathering of the biggest and brightest names in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Key Takeaways

  • Address the regulatory requirements prescribe water systems to be in compliance with the GMP guidelines
  • Better understanding of the latest amendments in the Annex 1
  • Production of WFI without distillation
  • Differentiate regulatory requirements from regulatory myths relative to water treatment system

Who Should Attend

Attendee Profile: VP, AVP, Heads, Directors, Associate Directors, General Managers, Assiciate General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Deputy Managers, Associate Managers, Assistant Managers, Executives from:
  • QA
  • Manufacturing/Production
  • Engineers
  • QC-Microbiology

Key Topics


Process Analytical Technology Application for Critical Utilities in Continuous Manufacturing

Annex 1 and its Comparison with Current Pharmacopeial Mandates

Production of WFI Water Without Distillation - New Changes in the European Pharmacopeia

Pretreatment Designs for Pharmaceutical Water in Monsoon Affected Countries

The Adoption and Adaption of Rapid Microbial Monitoring (RMM) for Biopharmaceutical Water, Process and Production

Sustainability - The Reclaim, Recycle, Reuse and Reduction of Water in Biopharmaceutical Production

Paradigm Shift: The Usage of Non-Metallic Piping and Vessels for Biologics and Biotechnology Production

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