EU Housing Instituted in Two North American Facilities
Toxicology studies at Nevada and Sherbrooke sites now compliant with EU housing requirements
October 25, 2011 - Charles River is committed to animal welfare and is always striving to improve housing standards. Demand for European Union (EU) housing standards has progressed within the pharmaceutical industry and Charles River has seized the opportunity to adopt these improved standards in two North American facilities.
We are pleased to announce that our Nevada and Sherbrooke facilities can now accommodate toxicology studies that are compliant with EU housing requirements.
Both facilities were originally built with larger rooms, as cage requirements have become a relevant issue for our clients. The larger rooms facilitated the implementation of EU housing standards. We also designed our caging to be transferrable to other Charles River preclinical sites as demand for the standard requires.
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