PAMA Manufacturing and Sterilization dedicate their time, resources, and energy to solving climate change relate to ethylene oxide (EtO).
As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues its mission to protect human health and the environment, addressing ethylene oxide (EtO) is a priority for the Agency. Along the same lines, PAMA has developed an innovative ethylene oxide (EtO) sterilization process that is designed to be eco-efficient, cost-effective, and safe, while maintaining the sterility results of the traditional system.
The PAMA engineering team has been working on this innovation since 2016, and in 2021 they successfully obtained ISO 11135 certifications for their sterilization system. At PAMA, they believe in creating a sustainable solution for EtO sterilization is a matter of life.
PAMA Manufacturing and Sterilization dedicate their time, resources, and energy to solving climate change related to EtO emission for medical devices sterilization. The company is committed to providing EtO sterilization service throughout North America. The sterilization service is powered by a more efficient process that reduces the use of EtO gas, resulting in a significant reduction of negative environmental impacts. In addition to using 50% less EtO gas in each cycle, PAMA process handles EtO in a responsible manner and recycles it. There closed system captures any consumed EtO and directs it to their in-house scrubber for the removal of harmful materials, effectively preventing the direct release of EtO into the environment.