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Let's nurture Nature for a cleaner, greener future!

World Environment Day 2021

World Environment Day 2021

Did you know the world loses a forest area of 4.7 million hectares every year? In the last century, half of the wetlands have turned barren or given way to concrete jungles. The pandemic points to the danger of spread of pathogens as a consequence of ecosystem loss.

On the occasion of World Environment Day, let us take a solemn pledge to revive and protect our ecosystems. By actions small or big, let us work together for achieving all year round, the theme of this year’s Day, "Ecosystem Restoration.”

At Sai Life Sciences, we have implemented a series of measures aimed at environment protection and conservation. Examples include:

• Significant reduction in volume of waste / effluent discharge into the environment.
• Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) process to treat wastewater for reuse in specific operations.
• Utilization of over 90% of hazardous waste across all sites for pre-processing or co-processing in cement industries as an alternate fuel (a shift from the conventional method of disposal through landfill).
• Development of a Green Belt in Unit IV through planting of more than 3000 saplings on barren land.

Every day and in every way, let us move one step closer to our goal of sustainable development. Only then can we bequeath a greener world for the next generation. As Native Americans would say, ”We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”

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Intellectual Property as the foundation of Pharmaceutical Innovation

Intellectual Property as the foundation of Pharmaceutical Innovation

By Krishna Kanumuri, CEO & MD, Sai Life Sciences Intellectual property has and will be the foundation of pharmaceutical innovation. Now, more than ever before, we are poised for a revolution in the near term with the emergence of new modes of treatment, advanced diagnostics, and digital health. The debate on drug prices and the […]
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Sustainable transformation stemming from the shop floor

Sustainable transformation
stemming from the shop floor

“You’ll never change your life unless you change something you do daily.” This well-known quote by John Maxwell rings true in the context of our shop floor management. We began with a small pilot of an interactive and inclusive program we call Shop Floor Transformation Initiative (SFTI) in one of our production blocks in December […]
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CII-SR EHS Excellence Awards

Sai Life Sciences manufacturing facility achieves 5-star rating at CII-SR EHS Excellence Awards

Sai Life Sciences, one of India’s fastest growing Contract Research, Development & Manufacturing Organizations (CRO/ CDMO), today announced that its flagship manufacturing facility in Bidar, Karnataka received a 5-star rating for excellence in EHS practices at the 13th edition of the Confederation of Indian Industry’s (CII-SR) EHS Excellence Awards. This is the second consecutive year […]
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Clean room block

Sai Life Sciences opens new clean room block at its manufacturing campus

Sai Life Sciences, one of India’s fastest growing Contract Research, Development & Manufacturing Organizations (CRDMOs), today announced the opening of a new Clean Room block at its cGMP API & Intermediate Manufacturing campus in Bidar, India. Making the announcement, Krishna Kanumuri, CEO & Managing Director of Sai Life Sciences said, “Over the last two years […]
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International Women's Day

Soaring high this women's day

Adrenaline, enthusiasm and excitement were at peak levels at the JB Cricket Ground, Hyderabad, on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2021. Globally, the day celebrates achievements of women in social, economic, cultural and political spheres. This year’s theme ‘Choose to Challenge,’ marks a call to action to challenge gender biases and inequality. Women Saimers chose […]
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