Our knowledge partners
We often work with knowledge partners to supplement our expertise and extend the reach of our supplier capability resources.
We value our relationships with the organisations we work with and are open to new collaborations. If you would like to become a PSCI partner, please contact the Secretariat.
Arcadis is a global design, engineering and management consulting company based in the Zuidas, Amsterdam. Arcadis has over three decades of experience evaluating the risks of pharmaceuticals in the environment and developing predicted no effect concentrations (PNECs) for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
CHWMEG, Inc. is a non-profit trade association made up of manufacturing and other "industrial" companies interested in efficiently managing waste. Their programs are based upon their potential environmental liability related to the wastes that are generated by their companies' manufacturing processes.
CHWMEG conducts comprehensive, independent reviews of commercial facilities that treat, store, dispose, recycle, or transport waste. CHWMEG also develops and delivers seminars, conferences, and informational documents for distribution to both members and non-members.
Industrial Green Chemistry World (IGCW)
Industrial Green Chemistry World (IGCW), is an initiative that focuses on accelerating the implementation of green chemistry and green engineering based practices in the chemical industry. The 5th Industrial Green Chemistry World convention and Ecosystem (IGCW-2017), scheduled on the 5th and 6th of October in Mumbai, has the central theme of Profitability from Industrial Green Chemistry and Engineering. IGCW 2017 aims to bring together key stakeholders of the Indian chemical industry, including senior Government officials, facilitate learning from global GC&E experts and connecting relevant solution providers to Industry seekers.
The WET Center
The WET Center is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Industry / University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) led by Temple University with partner sites at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. The Center was established in 2009 to develop a platform of water treatment technologies and scientific information systems that apply to a wide variety of industrial sectors.