Waste Sterilization Applications

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Recycling equipments for shredding & reducing medical waste

by Granutech-Saturn Systems     based in Grand Prairie, TEXAS (USA)

Shredding and reducing medical waste poses special challenges. Processing must meet stringent regulatory standards for the safe handling of infectious and red bag waste, including precise size reduction to ensure proper sterilization. In addition, the waste is comprised of many different materials, ranging from sharps to textiles, requiring shredders that can effectively process the variety of materials.

Correctional facilities - PRISON Waste

by OZONATOR Industries Limited     based in Regina, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA)

20% to 26% of all people living with HIV and 29% to 43% of all those infected with the hepatitis C virus, and 40% of all those who had tuberculosis disease passed through correctional facilities. As the number of people incinerated increase around the world, the issues associated with prison waste is also on the rise. All waste from correctional facilities should be sterilized in the OZONATOR NG Technology before leaving the prison complex. The opportunity to reduce waste processing costs at these facilities is apparent and the opportunity to provide inmate work training as operators of the advanced OZONATOR NG Technology is realistic. An opportunity with multiple long term benefits.

Gas monitoring instruments and systems for anesthetic gases

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

The anesthetic gases and vapors which leak into the indoor atmosphere during medical procedures are considered waste anesthetic gases (WAGs). The exposure is of relevance to thousands of professionals in hospitals, operating theaters, patient recovery rooms, dental offices, and veterinary clinics around the world, who may be continually exposed to the waste anesthetic gases during their workday. Typical gases of concern include nitrous oxide N2O and several halogenated compounds in vapor form, such as sevoflurane, isoflurane, enflurane, halothane, desflurane, and methoxyflurane. Short-term exposure to these gases may lead to several symptoms, such as dizziness, headaches, fatigue, nausea. Long-term exposure to some of the anesthetic agents may result in sterility, birth defects, cancer, and liver and kidney disease.

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