You have been charged with procuring BCIP for the researchers in your life sciences firm, and you think that you have taken care of all the basics – you have found one who has been in the market for a long time, you are reasonably sure that they provide a high quality product and they have a short lead time. What you may have not taken into account, however, is whether they are an environment conscious supplier. When it comes to life sciences products this is not the first thing that many customers think of. You may not think it is very important, but as a responsible company you want to make sure that you work with suppliers who share your passion for the environment.
As you shop around for environmentally conscious suppliers there are several factors that you should take into account. The first is whether the supplier is continually improving their processes to make safer not just for the environment but also for their employees and everyone around them. Many companies will tell you that they do these things but a closer look will reveal that they do the minimum required by the law. The best companies will go over and above the minimum requirements.
Find out how they store and transport their materials. Many accidents, especially those related to spillages, occur either during storage, or during transportation. There are laws that govern these two areas, and the best BCIP companies will ensure that they are compliant. In fact, they will also make a point of ensuring that their clients are also aware of how these products should be stored – the products are packaged with guidelines. Lastly, your BCIP supplier should train ll employees on how to safely handle different products.
One supplier who does all these things and more is Europa Bioproducts. They are suppliers of high quality BCIP and they take steps to ensure that their processes are environmentally friendly. You can find out more on http://www.europa-bioproducts.com.