biomedical waste treatment technology Articles

  • Case study - Biomedical industry wastewater treatment

    The Client The Client is part of one of the most relevant Italian company developing and producing medical units for human blood treatment and purification at a European level. More in detail, units are particularly employed for kidney failure healing through dialysis. Since the beginning of its activity, the company played a key role for the development of the so-called CRRT ...

    By EVALED-Evaporator

  • Waste management in Algeria - Case Study

    Client Overview Stidest specialises in the collection, treatment and incineration of waste. Their main groups are pharmaceutical, veterinary, medical and paramedical. This usually consists of expired drugs, waste with a risk of infection and general medical waste you would expect to find at a hospital. Stidest’s main asset was their incinerators, but the ones that they ...

  • Recovery of chitin and chitosan from shrimp waste by chemical and microbial methods

    Chitin is a versatile environmentally friendly modern material (Mahmoud, 2007). It is a naturally occurring high molecular weight linear homopolysaccharide composed of N-acetyl-D glucosamine residues in α(1-4) linkage. Chitin and chitin derivatives are biodegradable and biocompatible natural polymers that have been used in virtually every significant segment of the economy (e.g. water ...

    By University of Tehran

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