jigsawlab

607/1, Havelock Road, Colombo 06, Sri Lanka

jigsawlab

Mon - Fri 08:00-19:00

Sat & Sun - CLOSED

jigsawlab

Hotline

+94 777377300

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About Us

B2B Healthcare Solutions (Pvt) Ltd(B2BHS) is an indigenous “Segregation and Disposal”organization duly registered with the Registrar of Companies of Sri Lanka in 2016 and approved by the National Medicines Regulatory Authority (NMRA) of Sri Lanka. NMRA is the institution in which the Ministry of Health has vested the authority in ensuring the pharmaceuticals and medical devices available to the public meet the required standards of quality and are within the existing legislative framework, with respect to the production, marketing and dispensing of these items.

Based in the Colombo District, B2BHS’primary objective is toprovide disposal solutions for expired medicines as per the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO). Currently, B2BHS is working under the supervision of the NMRA and our clientele include several prestigious Pharmaceutical companies, in Sri Lanka.

Pharmaceutical Waste Solutions

As the leader in healthcare waste management, B2B Healthcare Solution can help you with your pharmaceutical waste disposal,
returns management and disposal of medication by providing compliant returns and drug waste services.

Did you know?

A vast array of pharmaceuticals have been found in the drinking water supplies of at least 22 Million Sri Lankan.

The disposal of medication, pharmaceuticals and their components are regulated by federal and local regulations or laws. Understanding which regulations apply to you may depend on your type of business, your volume of pharmaceutical waste, and the specific type of wastes. Stericycle’s programs are designed to meet the regulatory requirements that apply to you and the pharmaceutical waste you generate. We have developed simple pharmaceutical programs that help you identify your controlled substance wastes, hazardous wastes, and other drug wastes to make sure that each is disposed of properly.
Based on our internal expert research, hundreds of clinical, peer-reviewed articles have documented the presence of pharmaceuticals or their constituents in drinking water and/or groundwater in the United States and other developed nations. Furthermore, the Environmental Protection Agency under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) mandates proper disposal of any drug that meets the criteria for being a hazardous waste.
Other pharmaceuticals that are not currently regulated under RCRA are often called non-RCRA hazardous pharmaceuticals. Best management practices encourage the disposal of pharmaceuticals that are non-RCRA hazardous waste by incineration at a facility permitted to accept non-RCRA hazardous pharmaceuticals.
These pharmaceuticals should not be placed into red bags or sharps containers as these may be treated by methods other than incineration. Segregation (separation) of these items into a dedicated non-RCRA pharmaceutical container, marked for incineration, helps to ensure proper disposal.
Additionally,Srilanka of Public Health requires the segregation and incineration of affected waste pharmaceuticals that are not federally regulated under Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). These must be incinerated at a medical waste treatment facility.

Benefits

Minimizing Environmental Damages

Minimizing Environmental Damages

Ensure Quality medicine is supply to the patient

Ensure Quality medicine is supply to the patient

Upgrade the Industry

Upgrade the Industry

We can develop healthcare competence among the other nations

We can develop healthcare competence among the other nations

Planned Operational Area

We have planned to collect the Expiry Medicines from the following Locations