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Chemical, Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic

Bureau Veritas supports industrial players in terms of their strategic approach to health, safety, environmental and economic issues.

Drive production equipment performance

While constantly improving productivity, each company is responsible for ensuring the safety and protection of its personnel, installations and the surrounding environment.

Bureau Veritas supports industrial players in speciality chemical industries (additives, resins, adhesives, paints, printing, etc.), plastics and rubber, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics sectors, in terms of their strategic approach to health, safety, environmental and economic issues.

Leak testing to prevent industrial risks

Bureau Veritas delivers services aimed at lowering the environmental impact and raising the energy efficiency of industrial facilities.

For example:

Testing for and reducing fugitive VOC emissions (leaks of Volatile Organic Compounds)

In production plants, valves and flanges are exposed to harsh operating conditions and inevitably suffer from ageing. Seals deteriorate over time and generate leaks, which may turn out to be very costly and hazardous in terms of safety (creating an ATEX zone) or health (CMR products).

The eradication of external leaks increases plant productivity and improves safety, while minimising the impacts on health and the environment. Our missions also ensure you are fully compliant with all regulations.

Testing for and reducing leaks on Utility networks

Our diagnostics can considerably reduce fluid losses (compressed air, steam, natural gas, nitrogen, etc.) and have a significantly beneficial impact on your energy expenditure.

Diagnosis of internal leaks

For industrial plants, reducing internal leaks on process networks or torching networks represents a key issue in terms of health, the environment and the economy.

Testing for surface and channelled VOC emissions

Measuring the efficiency of your VOC treatment facilities (e.g waste water treatment plant) ensures that your equipment is functioning correctly or to confirm your compliance with emissions control regulations.