Feb 8, 2021
Medical waste is posing a growing problem worldwide, jeopardizing the health of staff, patients, disposal workers and anyone else coming into contact with the often hazardous materials discarded by hospitals and other healthcare sites
Some 20 to 25% of the total waste generated by healthcare establishments is regarded as hazardous and may create a variety of health and environmental risks if not managed and destroyed in an appropriate manner. Incineration is the only method providing complete destruction and neutralization of the medical waste. This should wherever possible be done ideally at the source.
With decades worth of experience in this sector, our range of medical incinerators include models for the destruction of infectious waste & clinical waste at high temperatures. Designed to cater for the economical needs of small health clinics to the more demanding and specialized requirements of large hospitals in their waste management processes. Our machines can be made fully automated reducing staff exposure to waste and maximising efficiency.
Inciner8's incinerators are designed to provide efficient waste destruction throughout the medical waste incineration process. Fully modulated air control and hygienic steel cladding. Utilizing the best available technologies and wide range of optional gas cleaning systems*, our systems can meet guidelines in the country they are deployed. Our expertise is second to none in this sector.
*- All gas cleaning solutions are optional and you should seek local environmental advice before deciding on what is right for your application.
All of our specialist medical incinerators meet or exceed guidelines for medical waste incineration.
Waste generated from the treatment of individuals or contaminated with any infectious bodily fluids
Most waste from a human or animal, including body parts, blood bags and organs.
Drugs , medicines that are cytotoxic and/or cytostatic, or come into contact with any toxic or carcinogenic medicine.
Waste that's non-infectious, including sanitary and nappy waste yet considered offensive due to its odour.
Waste types like needles, scalpels, broken glass and razors.
Unused and expired drug or medicines, like creams, pills, antibiotics.
Many types of medicine, pills and creams that are not cytotoxic and/or cytostatic
Other, non-hazardous health-care related waste such as packaing
Any waste generated by health care facilities should be carefully checked and disposed of according to local regulations & best practive. By doing this you will see that:
Our experience in this sector means we are continually evolving our product range to accommodate the changes to legislation in this fast moving environment. Speak to our team of specialist waste experts who will be able to advise you on the right product for your needs.
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Our friendly and knowledgeable sales team will assist you step by step through the processes, understanding your needs and specifying the optimal solution for your project or waste streams.