hazardous waste Equipment in Nepal

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Hazardous Waste Shredder

by Granutech-Saturn Systems

The disposal of hazardous waste requires special handling to ensure that safety and regulatory requirements are met. Preparing the waste for incineration or burial requires equipment that is durable and reliable so that the materials are processed safely and in accordance with the regulatory requirements. Granutech’s Saturn Shredders are ...

ZHE Hazardous Waste Filtration System

by Merck Millipore

Millipore's ZHE (Zero Head Space Extractor) system has been designated by the USEPA as a suitable apparatus for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). Pressurizes filter without introducing air because of movable piston design, Prevents loss of volatiles. The system cannot pressurize unless completely assembled; this eliminates ...


OZONATOR - NG-3000 - Medical and Bio-Hazard Waste Treatment Technology

by OZONATOR Industries Limited

The OZONATOR is the complete solution to your bio-hazardous waste needs. With zero emissions, ease of operation, quick cycle time and low operating costs the OZONATOR is not only a better solution but also a more cost-effective solution. The functional part of this system is a combined process that loads un-segregated, bio-hazardous waste directly ...

Steel Plant Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

During the manufacturing of steel, a significant amount of hazardous baghouse dust is produced that contains zinc and other metals and minerals generated from the steel smelting process. This dust is typically extracted by the air pollution control system on an Electric Arc Furnace (EAF). The traditional means of disposing of EAF dust is at a ...

Petrochemical Waste Treatment Technology

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Traditionally, the Petrochemical Sector has operated with basic technological solutions, with ultimate reliance on High Temperature Incineration (HTI) and landfill in order to deal with their hazardous wastes. However, tightening regulation, increasing landfill costs and social responsibilities are driving companies to look at alternative methods ...

Mining Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Mining waste typically arises from the limitation of the installed technologies of an operation, e.g. where fines cannot be tolerated. They are associated with mine workings and often contain valuable and/or hazardous materials. The hazardous content, which are often the valuable fractions within this waste are typically metals. Spread of metal ...

Infectious Hospital Waste

by econ industries GmbH

Process and design: In earlier times, incineration was always considered to be the safest and most economic way of treating and disposing of infectious hospital waste. However, results of a US-based study show that one of the prime reasons for the increase in Dioxin-based pollution world-wide was in fact this incineration process. As a result of ...

Electrical Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Electrical and Electronic Equipment waste is referred to in the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, which requires organisations to take ownership of the disposal of loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electrical or electronic devices in a tiered and controlled manner. Electronic articles that fall under the ...

Nuclear Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Nuclear waste is divided into low, medium, and high‐level waste by the amount of radiological character it contains. Low and Intermediate Level Nuclear waste is the radioactive waste resulting from nuclear facility consumables, clothing, laboratory equipment etc. This waste can adversely affect human health and the environment and therefore ...

Catalyst Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Catalyst wastes, including both auto catalytic converters and industrial catalysts, e.g. petrochemical catalyst, contain precious metals and specifically the Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) that are valuable due to their low natural abundance, unique properties and the complex processes that are required for their extraction and refining from primary ...

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