We’re on a mission to establish a new industry standard.
Life Science industries needs to seriously rethink how we treat biohazardous laboratory waste. In the last 50 years, advances in technology have transformed diagnostics, healthcare, pharma and food, immeasurably improving our lives but the industry hasn’t changed how it manages and converts biohazardous laboratory waste at all in that time.
We are entering a point of no return where climate commitments urgently need to be turned into results.
Envetec is the only meaningful, global solution to treat biohazardous laboratory waste on-site, helping your lab on the path to net zero.
Our disruptive approach ensures that biohazardous laboratory waste can be recycled instead of autoclaved, incinerated or sent to landfill.
Our GENERATIONS™ technology is non-thermal, low energy with minimal water requirements and in-line validation.
To create clean change
0 million lbs
of biohazardous laboratory waste is generated every day, equivalent to 41 million kg
are generated every year by transporting biohazardous laboratory waste stored at laboratories to treatment sites
is spent annually transporting and treating biohazardous laboratory waste
There's a problem. We have the solution.
“Scope 3 emissions are the pernicious problem in climate change, referring to the indirect environmental footprint that comes from a company's value chain emissions. Unfortunately, Scope 3 emissions control is elusive due to its indirect nature. Peer-reviewed data suggest that GENERATIONS is an efficient and convenient solution avoiding the need for incineration, landfill, autoclaving and transport, significantly removing Scope 3 activity and their associated life cycle emissions.”
Pharmaceutical Plant Emission Reduction
A pharmaceutical plant in the U.K. which required waste to be transported 50 miles for treatment, found an emission reduction of 84% was possible by replacing their current treatment methods with GENERATIONS.
Diagnostics Facility Emission Reduction
A diagnostics facility in Ireland which required waste to be transported 168 miles for treatment, found an emission reduction of over 90% was possible by replacing their current treatment methods with GENERATONS.
Medical Facility Emission Reduction
A medical facility in Ireland which produced 99.8 metric tonnes of biohazardous plastic waste for treatment annually, found an emission reduction of over 91% was possible by replacing their current treatment methods with GENERATIONS.
Microbiology Facility Emission Reduction
A microbiology facility in the food & beverage industry in Ireland which produced 42 metric tonnes of biohazardous plastic waste for treatment annually, found an emission reduction of 90% was possible by replacing their current treatment methods with GENERATIONS.