hospital waste incinerator Articles

  • Waste Incinerator Project

      Medical Waste Incinerator YD Model is our classic product for market. All series included burning capacity 10kgs per hour, 30kgs per hour,50kgs per hour,100kgs per hour,150kgs per hour,300kgs per hour,500kgs per hour. Up to now, all models sale to all over the world and have good feedback from end-customer. The YD Model medical incinerator have multi-combustion chamber and basic dry ...


  • Medical waste management in private hospitals in Kuwait

    Hospitals generate and reject material regularly, and improper management of these wastes leads to public health hazards and environmental pollution. The survey presented in this article was carried out in two major private hospitals, namely, Al-Hadi and Al-Salam Hospitals, to determine quantities of different kinds of waste produced, segregated, collected, stored, transported and disposed off. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • December BioCycle World

    Economic Impact Of Recycling In Texas The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) released its recent study on the economic impact of recycling activities in the state. Approximately 9.2 million tons of MSW designated materials were recycled in Texas in 2015. Typical recyclables (paper, plastics, metal, and glass), organics (yard trimmings, brush, green waste, and food and ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Stabilization and utilization of hospital waste as road and asphalt aggregate

    This article reports the operational results of the effective utilization of hospital waste molten slag produced using a high-temperature melting system, and being operated at a hospital in Selangor, Malaysia. The hospital waste is incinerated and subsequently melted at 1200°C. Scanning election microscope (SEM)/EDX results showed that the slag produced after melting contained amounts of SiO2, ...


    By Springer

  • Case study - Allburn Incinerators

    PROJECT 19 off containerised Allburn 3 Incinerators World Health Organisation—Ethiopia PROJECT DESCRIPTION Top loaded, diesel fired, low capacity incinera-tors, factory -installed within 20’ ISO shipping containers, for the disposal of bagged general/clinical waste from hospital and clinics, animal and industrial waste. To be ...

  • Eco waste solutions kauai veteran memorial hospital hawaii, USA

    The challenge Kauai Veteran's Memorial Hospital in Hawaii was in need of an on-site medicalwaste disposal system that would address their disposal needs as well as theirlimited space constraints. The location selected for the waste treatment systemwas in a highly visible outdoor courtyard surroundedby hospital rooms. The hospital required a solutionthat would destroy their ...


    By Eco Waste Solutions

  • Mayo finds technical fix to reduce incinerator emissions

    While the medical waste incinerator at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., consistently met state and federal emission requirements, facility leaders wanted to find a way to go beyond these standards. Mayo Clinic’s medical waste incinerator serves Mayo Clinic, Saint Marys Hospital and Rochester Methodist Hospital, which form the largest group medical practice in the world, and processes 2,000 ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

  • Incinerator ops do slow burn over proposed EPA guidelines

    Hospitals and health care facilities are keeping a wary eye on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, awaiting the latest word on the agency’s efforts to regulate the incineration of medical wastes. Under the pending guidelines, some predict that many of the nation’s remaining 57 medical waste incinerators will be unable to meet the costs or the technological challenges of retrofitting their ...

  • Recycling Vs. Landfills and Incinerators – Do Benefits of One Outweigh the Other?

    Believing the 2011 survey results of the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the American nationals generate more than 240 million tons of waste every year. Often referred to as Municipal Solid Waste, this waste originates from households, schools, hospitals, and business establishments. This trash material often finds its place in the wasteland, where it is either recycled, trapped in a ...

  • Medical waste management practices in southern Jordan

    The purpose of this work was to study medical waste practices in southern Jordan. Five major hospitals in that area were used to conduct this study. It involved distributing a modified version of the questionnaire that was adopted by the World Health Organization (WHO). The surveyed hospitals had total number of beds ranging from 72 to 131 beds, while the average amount of medical waste generated ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Healthcare Waste Diversion from Landfills & Total Destruction

    Our Health Matters.  The spread of disease is now an epidemic.  Healthcare Waste (hospital, funeral homes, labs, car homes, patient's waste in homes) disposal  59% is going to landfills contains potentially infectious waste.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdTtdyQVdLs  Biomedical waste managed under Regulations accounts for only 7% of the waste ...

  • New research may solve the problem of plastic wastes

    GLOBE-Net, May 8, 2013* - Plastic - it is an indispensable part of our everyday lives and an almost indestructible part of the garbage that daily ends up in our landfills, incinerators, junk yards, in our rivers or oceans, or in the bellies of fish or animals that form part of our food chain.  Every year, over 260 million tonnes of plastic are produced globally. That is ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Guidance on Hazardous Waste Rules Issued Amid Delays to New Regime

    Technical guidance on how to interpret the new EU definition of hazardous waste has been published by the Environment Agency to help industry navigate a course through a bewildering range of semi-implemented EU law. 1 The new system, soon to replace the UK's 'special waste' regime, will significantly increase the range of wastes falling under special controls, but regulations paving the way for ...

  • Sustainable waste cooking oil systems supporting reuse such as Bio-fuels

    Waste cooking oil has great potential to be used as bio-fuel. What is not well known is that oil leaks carry risks of contamination and disease - proper storage is essential. OverviewWaste cooking oil is a valuable commodity reused in a variety of markets. In the United Kingdom, the developing markets for reuse of this waste oil is bio-fuel, which is fuel used for heating and diesel. ...


  • Recycling; Segregation of Waste; Use of Recycled Products; Energy Conservation: Flinders Medical Centre

     Background Flinders Medical Centre (FMC) initiated the Healthy Environment Project in December 1991 with the aim of minimising waste and exploring other environmental initiatives. FMC is a public teaching hospital in the southern suburbs of Adelaide, with 500 beds and 3,000 staff. Over the past two decades, hospitals have increasingly sought to minimise the risk of ...


  • ES & E OZONATOR Publication Nov 2011

    Disposal of biohazardous material has long been a serious and costly problem for hospitals, clinics, research institutes, bio-industries, airports, ports and other generators of biohazardous and regulated medical waste. Until now, incineration, heat, steam or dangerous chemicals have been the only way to treat many of these wastes. Not only are these processes costly, but they leave a high carbon ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • The Tozzi Decision: Another Arrow in Manufacturers’ Quiver in Product Defense Wars

    On November 23, 2001, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit gave parties aggrieved by flawed government characterizations of chemical products reason to cheer. In Tozzi v. Department of Health and Human Services,1 the court rejected the government’s argument that a medical plastic tubing manufacturer lacked Article III standing to sue the U.S. Department of Health and Human ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Out of the water, out of harms way

    Across the nation scientists are detecting low concentrations of pharmaceuticals in lakes, streams, drinking water sources and in soils irrigated with reclaimed water, according to the United State Geological Service and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).Over 80% of waterways tested in the US show traces of common medications such as acetaminophen, hormones, blood pressure medicine, ...

  • Infectious Diseases and Ozone

    OZONE kills all known Virus & Pathogens.There is a lack of information on the proper handling and disposal of the medical waste associated with diseases like Ebola, which is a level 4 bio-hazard. The quantity of medical and biohazard waste that is generated during a outbreak in a hospital can increase five fold and during the treatment of Ebola patients and other highly contagious diseases, ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • A cure for Environmental Emissions case study

    Disposing of nearly 1 million pounds of medical waste a month is no easy task. The wet electrostatic precipitator, installed at Rochester, MN-based Mayo Clinic, seems to be just what the doctor ordered. While the medical waste incinerator at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, consistently met state and federal emission requirements, facility leadership recognized that installing a wet electrostatic ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

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