Medical Waste Treatment

    The world dumps a massive 2.12 billion tons of waste every year.

    According to the World Health Organization:
    Waste generated by health care activities includes a broad range of materials, from used needles and syringes to soiled dressings, body parts, diagnostic samples, blood, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and radioactive materials.

    Poor management of health care waste potentially exposes health care workers, waste handlers, patients and the community at large to infection, toxic effects and injuries, and risks polluting the environment. It is essential that all medical waste materials are segregated at the point of generation, appropriately treated and disposed of safely.

    We have come across a suitable Medical and Hospital Waste Management System, that enables disposable of hospital waste. 

    Process Flow for Waste Treatment
    1. Waste from the Hospital are sent to the disposal site via Bins
    2. Bin are lifted automatically into a shredder .
    3. Shredder waste are lifted via conveyor to the Waste GASIFIER
    4. Thermal treatment process begins in the GASIFIER
    5. Emission is further control via the scrubbing process before releasing any
    gasses to the atmosphere
    6. Bottom ash are send to the landfill after verification on TCLP
              1. Ash could also be used for mixing with concrete



    Do’s of Medical Waste :

    • The vast majority of medicines can be categorized into general
    pharmaceutical or medical waste
    • Gloves, aprons, gowns, and used plastic packaging (like empty
    syringes and IVs),
    • Bandages and gauzes
    • General Waste from the Hospital
    • Any waste that’s non-infectious, including sanitary and nappy waste.
    • Pathological Waste has to be properly packed and label prior to
    incineration . This include bodily fluid and small organs which are
    non contaminated with heavy diseases which required high
    temperature > 1500 Degree Celsius

    Don’ts of Medical Waste

    • Pressurized gas containers.
    • Large amounts of reactive chemical waste.
    • Silver salts or radiographic wastes.
    • Waste with high mercury or cadmium content, such as broken thermometers,
    • Sealed ampoules or ampoules containing heavy metals.
    • Contamination that requires more than 1500 Degree Celsius to be treated

    For more details, please contact us on 91-8281129881 or email: for more details and pricing.