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Aluminum, the #1 choice for Bag on Valve for the Pharma industry

Bag on Valve Environmental BenefitsDid you know that according to the International Aluminum Institute, aluminum is infinitely recyclable? Of the 1 billion tons of aluminum ever produced, about 75% of that is still in use. An article written by the National Geographic states that recycling old cans into new ones uses 95% less energy and produces 95% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than producing new cans entirely from scratch. In fact, the recovered aluminum processed in a typical year saves the energy equivalent of 1.3 billion gallons of gasoline.

With the growing demand for Bag on Valve products, manufacturing companies, such as Aurena Laboratories AB are looking for the most cost effective and environmentally sound materials to produce their products.  Aluminum is the material of choice for pharmaceutical companies looking for a packaging container that gives a low ecological footprint. (more…)

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Bag on Valve in Over-the-Counter products

Every day more and more consumers are switching from prescription to nonprescription health care products. Tax based health care services are increasing costs, government regulations are becoming more invasive, making it more difficult to release new products to the market.  With this industry shift, the Over-the-counter product trend has grown rapidly as it offers convenient and affordable healthcare products for the consumers.

Over-the-counter, also known as “OTC” is medicine (drug)  products or medical devices which can be purchased without a prescription. In many countries, OTC drugs are selected by a regulatory agency to ensure that they are ingredients that are safe and effective when used without aphysician’s care.

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Benefits of Bag on Valve OTC products (more…)

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