Hazardous Waste Incinerators

Our range of hazardous waste incinerators are specially designed to cope with ALL kinds of medical and hazardous waste in ALL climates and conditions.

Our products ensure efficient, clean and hassle-free disposal of hazardous waste is possible. These models are suitable for the incineration of clinical waste including type 4 pathological waste (red bag waste) from Hospitals, Research Centres, Pharmaceutical Companies , Drug Manufactures, Primary Care Trusts, Private GPs Practices, Cosmetic Surgery Clinics, Nursing Homes, Care Homes and any Environmentally Concious Waste Servicing Facility.

Our hazardous waste incinerator range has been designed to dispose of Category 2, 3 and 4 type red bag wastes that typically contain high density and high moisture contents.

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Contents of typical medical waste

Waste Type Moisture content & calorific values
Type 0 10% Moisture, 19.7MJ/kg = up to 3-5% ash
Type 1 25% Moisture, 15.1MJ/kg = up to 5% ash
Type 2 50% Moisture, 9.97MJ/kg = up to 6% ash
Type 3 70% Moisture, 5.1MJ/kg = up to 2-4% ash
Type 4 85% Moisture, 2.1MJ/kg = up to 2-3% ash

*taken from http://gov.uk/guidance/healthcare-waste

Hygenic Clinical Waste Destruction:

Our units are in use across a wide range of organisations, from small independants, to Government led initiatives for the safe destruction of: .

  • Hospital Waste
  • Biological Waste
  • Pathalogical Waste
  • Needle Disposal
  • Sharps Disposal
  • Medical Waste
  • Bio-Hazard Waste
  • Red Bag Waste
  • Clinical Waste
  • Healthcare Waste

"If you are paying a high fee to haul these waste materials to a disposal site, now is the time to consider the on-site Incineration alternative."
Regional Support Officer, Egypt 2014


Other Types of Hazardous waste

There are certain Hazardous Wastes that can only be destroyed safely by High Temperature Incineration,These include:

  • CFCs (commonly found in refrigerents) – are partially responsile for the depletion of the ozone layer
  • PCBs – no longer made, but still used, cause cancer in animals and are human carcinogens.
  • Certain cyanide containing waste - harmful to aquatic life.

Hazardous waste incinerators operate to and comply with the strictest emission limits of any industry in the European Union, utilising state-of-the-art facilities combined with experienced and well-trained operators.

See also:

View our large medical Incinerators for hospital use
View our small medical incinerators for health clinics and labs
View our medical waste incinerators for laboratories
View our mobile medical incinerators for multi-site operation


For more information on processing your Hazardous Waste

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