Edinburgh Pharmaceutical Processes
EPP Ltd is a GLP contract research organisation (CRO), supporting agrochemical, human and animal pharmaceutical and industrial chemical sectors with bespoke facilities within the company's Environmental Centre on Bush Estate.
Edinburgh Pharmaceutical Processes (EPP Ltd) offer environmental science and analytical chemistry testing services associated with product safety testing.
Edinburgh Pharmaceutical Processes (EPP Ltd) is an independently owned GLP (Good Laboratory Practice) Contract Research Laboratory, established in 1992. The company has over 30 years’ experience and specialise in the core areas of Analytical and Screening, including REACH and 5-batch; and Process Research and Development.
The company provides GLP analytical, physico-chemical and environmental testing in accordance with worldwide regulations such as OECD, ISO, and OPPTS with experienced staff working across the three core areas:
- Analytical and Screening
- Environmental Sciences
- Process Research and Development
Introduction to EPP Ltd
EPP specialise in bespoke expert problem solving for clients in diverse scientific areas that require technical experience and insight to support novel and generic plant protection, animal / human pharmaceutical, and fine chemical (including biocides, oilfield chemicals, feed additives) research and development, manufacture, product registration and sales around the world.
EPP’s experienced teams of scientists work across specialised service areas for their clients in the fields of applied / industrial analytical and synthetic chemistry, and practical environmental biology and provide analytical testing support to the agrochemical, veterinary, pharmaceutical and industrial chemical sectors to help companies achieve product registration.
EPP is based in the company's own dedicated research centre, situated on a three-acre site within the prestigious and beautiful Bush Estate in Midlothian Science Zone.
- Bush Estate,
- Bush Loan,
- Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 0PH
Managing Director: Rosie Newlands
T: +44 (0)131 285 0566