Sanitary Products Incinerators

Our Sanitary Waste Incinerators are considered the best and safest way to process discarded sanitary materials.

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Sanitary pads/napkins/feminine hygiene products are a fundamental and crucial part of every women's life every month.

These have massive benefits all around the world but it comes at a cost of creating millions of tonnes of waste every single year that is classified as medical/hazardous.

Why should this waste be incinerated?

From a waste perspective, sanitary pads/sanitary products need to fall under hazardous medical waste meaning that they all need to be incinerated to ensure a safe and bio-secure environment.

By incinerating all sanitary pad waste, you are effectively removing any chance of the waste posing health risks to local communities and the environment.

Incineration not only deals with the problem right now but can help with future goals regarding waste and how it is processed leading to a better environment for the community.



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What is classified as Sanitary waste?

Sanitary waste includes far more than feminine menstrual products. According to Health and Safety experts, sanitary waste also includes:

  • Catheter and stoma bags
  • Incontinence pads
  • Sanitary pads/napkins
  • Nappies/diapers
  • Nasal secretions
  • Condoms and other sexual protection products
Sanitary Incinerators

Why Incinerate Sanitary Waste?

Incineration provides a quick and effective way of destroying waste that has the potential to cause major health-hazardous should it not be processed in the right manner. This could be a wide range of waste types such as Human Remains, pharmaceutical waste, medical waste (Blood bags/syringes), PPE and sanitary napkins/waste.


Incinerators are capable of destroying all this waste by burning it at very high temperatures (850-1100 Oc) and leaving just ash as the remains. This will have removed any potentially hazardous material and means that the ash can then be sent to landfill or any other suitable waste disposal solution with minimal risk.


With the world producing a huge about of sanitary waste, it has never been a better time to use incineration to combat the huge amount of waste this sector is creating.


Every year India alone produces 9000 tonnes of sanitary waste with little being dealt with in the correct manner. This not only poses huge health risks right now but will also give them huge problems in the future. By dealing with all this waste by incineration they could eliminate all these issues and have a positive outlook on the future of sanitary waste.