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Lumosa's Administrative Division is responsible for corporate social responsibility plans and regularly reports to the board of directors. A code of practice for corporate social responsibility has been formulated, and corporate social responsibility related training is regularly promoted at inter-departmental meetings. In order to actively care about climate change issues and fulfill its corporate social responsibility, Lumosa actively implements power saving and waste reduction policies in the course of operations to reduce the impact of company operations on climate change.

Corporate Social Responsibility Operations in 2020: 
Lumosa staffs have been teaching courses in the biomedical departs of various universities for 7 years now, sharing new drug development experience and career planning courses. Lumosa dedicated a total of 6 classes, or 12 hours, to teaching. To call for staffs' concerns in ecological and environmental issues and to protect the marine ecological environment, Lumosa participated in the beach cleaning activity of Shimendong on the norther Taiwan coast on December 19, 2020. A total of 8 colleagues and 10 family members went along and cleared 12 bags of refuse in half day.
  • Social Care
  • Integrity Management
  • Date
  • Title
  • 107.12.03
  • Proper Disposal of Unwanted Medicines

Proper Disposal of Unwanted Medicines

Location:  Nangang Software Park II Atrium (No. 3, Park Street, Nangang District, Taipei)

Dispose unwanted medicines properly 

Antibiotics or hormones contained in unwanted medicines may pollute rivers and water resources if dumped directed in sink or flushed in the toilet. The pharmacists at the St. Martin De Porres Hospital stated that medicines that do not pollute may be thrown in the trash to be burned. However, drugs with higher toxicity such as anticancer drugs may cause environmental pollution and should be brought back to the hospitals and clinics for proper disposal. The safest way is to bring all the unwanted medicines to the hospitals, clinics or community pharmacies to be processed by the professional staffs. Pharmacists at the Buddhist Dalin Tzu Chi General Hospital indicated that patients may follow the "six steps in reclamation of unwanted medicines" to discard the medicines properly.