Medical Waste Articles

  • Keeping hygiene front of mind

    Hygiene is drummed into us from a young age. It usually starts with the more unsavoury lessons – like don’t pick your nose – and gradually migrates to the importance of showers, deodorant and good sexual health. It’s only when some of us dedicate themselves to caring for others do we fully appreciate how important hygiene is. In a good hospital robust ...


    By DDC Dolphin Ltd

  • A time to reflect … and to look ahead

    Past achievements and future targets for the world’s leading incinerator specialists It’s almost Christmas and another (extremely hectic) year is now drawing to a close.  So although it is a time when we can look back with enormous pride on twelve months that were crammed with impressive achievements and at a few of the momentous moments in our calendar, it also time to ...

  • Fuel preparation technology – the latest safety considerations

    The specifications for new fuel preparation technologies are becoming increasingly sophisticated, as industry innovation continues apace. But when it comes to investing in waste shredders that help manufacture cement fuels, which criteria should top the procurement wish-list in 2018? With more than 25 years’ experience in this sector, Peter Streinik, head of UNTHA’s waste shredding ...

  • Medical Waste - Empowering Change - Case Study

    Your biohazardous waste can create long term cost and serious environmental outcomes. Acute medical waste issues require immediate and accurate response to avoid spread of infection. Fact. The abundance of untreated medical waste quickly escalates into a threat to humanity and the Inciner8 medical product range provides a precise solution capable of dealing with a ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Coming along nicely our client travels from Jersey to inspect the progress of their new medical waste incinerator

    We’ve often talked about how most of the waste incineration plant we manufacture is either personally customised or are bespoke projects that have been individually designed and built to meet specific requirements.  When we are engineering ‘one-off’ units such as these it is quite normal for our clients to pay us a ...

  • Photodegradation of some brominated and phenolic micropollutants in raw hospital wastewater with CeO2 and TiO2 nanoparticles

    In this study, the degradations of 2,3,4,5,6-pentabromotoluene (PBT), 2,3,4,5,6-pentabromoethyl benzene (PBEB), triclosan (TCS) and gemfibrozil (GFZ) in raw hospital wastewater were investigated with cerium (IV) oxide and titanium (IV) oxide nanoparticles considering the mechanisms of adsorption, photolysis, and photocatalysis with UV-C lamps. The effects of nano-CeO2 and nano-TiO2 ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • EHS Compliance audit planning: tips for success

    Drawing on her extensive experience in auditing sites across many different industries and jurisdictions our Expert Services Manager, Sarah Toussaint, provides her key tips for making EHS compliance audits a success. ...

  • Any debate related to this your life record article

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    By CAME srl

  • Antibiotic resistance genes a growing problem in chinese estuaries

    Large amounts of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) have been found throughout estuaries in coastal China, and scientists say they’re causing potentially dangerous changes to local bacteria. When bacteria mutate and become resistant to antibiotics, it endangers human health and life. If antibiotics can’t work properly, infectious diseases will increase, and health-care costs will ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • 10 Reasons why you should continuously monitor low temperature and liquid chemical sterilants for worker safety

    1. Sterilant chemicals are highly toxic Low temperature and liquid chemical sterilants are designed to kill all microorganisms including resistant spores and if they were not toxic, they would not be effective in sufficiently high concentration to destroy all microbial life including the chemically resistant sporicidal forms of certain ...


    By ChemDAQ, Inc.

  • 2016 has been a momentous year

    Solving more waste management problems for more companies and organisations than ever before has been just one of our many achievements. At this time of year it is always good to look back over the previous twelve months and reflect on what we have achieved.  2016, we have to say, has been an excellent year for Matthews Environmental Solutions because in addition to overcoming a significant ...

  • 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 ...

  • GPT Waste Management support Stockport Homes Charity Fundraiser

    In October 2016, GPT Waste, donated 6 VIP Manchester United tickets to Stockport Homes to help raise funds for their chosen charity, St Ann’s Hospice. Stockport Homes approached GPT Waste in September for support with their Charity of the Year raffle which was held in line with their annual staff awards evening in October. GPT Waste were asked for any contributions to help ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Connections: Price Of Progress

    In early November, about three weeks or what feels like 150 years ago, I ran into David Batker, the director of Earth Economics at the airport. I was on my way to the Soil Science Society meetings and he was going to Louisiana, where he is helping to put a dollar value on efforts to recreate the islands in the Mississippi delta as a ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Leading from the front

    As one of the world’s leading incinerator design companies we have to stay ahead of the game. There is an old saying in business and it goes: “If you stand still you get left behind” and that has never been more true than it is today. As a leading incinerator design company we are always looking ahead … at new design innovations, at the latest ...

  • Survival of antibacterial resistance microbes in hospital-generated recycled wastewater

    Hospital wastewater has the potential to be a threat to the hospital environment as it can contain pathogenic bacteria that may facilitate the resistant nature of organisms within effluent or water treatment plants. The recycling of hospital wastewater should have good quality. This study was carried out to highlight the incidence of antibiotic resistant bacteria in hospital-generated recycled ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Alberta Company Charged $3 Million in Overweight Safety Fines

    A company in Edmonton, Alberta has been fined $3M in overweight safety fines for violations occurring over a one month period. In over 1900 trips to a waste management the company transported 7,422 tons of extra soil, with each truck being at least one ton overweight per visit with one truck being 17.9 tons overweight. The 1,900 charges the company faces under the Traffic Safety Act for ...


    By SafetySmart

  • Coalition “Feeds The Need” In California County

    The Waste Not Orange County Coalition is a public-private partnership that increases the flow of — and access to — wholesome nutrition for food-insecure families. Dr. Eric Handler is a pediatrician — and the Public Health Officer for Orange County, California. Over four years ago, he was attending a meeting in Sacramento, the state capital, and met Mark Lowry, Director ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Intrinsic kinetics for fixed bed bioreactor in hospital wastewater treatment

    Variation in hospital wastewater (HWW) pollutants and differences with municipal wastewater (MWW), make the use of biokinetic coefficients obtained from activated sludge in the MWW treatment unprofitable for designing, modeling and evaluation of biological processes for HWW treatment. Since this study was conducted to evaluate the performance and biokinetic coefficients of a fixed bed ...


    By IWA Publishing

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