Day: June 23, 2022

100 Kg/Hr Bio-Medical Waste Incinerator, wet scrubber/spary tower optional. 2 combustion chambers, italy burner, APO function,    PLC auto control system incinerator   Incinerator Items/Model HICLOVER TS100(PLC)   Burn Rate (Average) 100-150 kg/hour Feed Capacity(Average) 200kg/feeding Control Mode PLC Automatic Primary Combustion Chamber 1200Liters(1.2m3) Internal Dimensions 120x100x100cm Secondary Chamber 600L Smoke Filter Chamber Yes Feed Mode Manual Voltage 220V […]
Sources of Healthcare Waste •Hospitals •Clinics •Laboratories •Research activities •Nursing homes •Acupuncturist •Paramedic and ambulance services •Animal research •Blood banks • Mortuaries •Autopsy centers Other Sources of Healthcare Wastes •Physicians’ offices •Dental clinics •Chiropractors •Psychiatric hospitals •Cosmetic piercing and tattooing •Institutions for disabled persons •Funeral services •Home healthcare •Define healthcare waste •Describe sources and examples of healthcare waste •Describe general characteristics of healthcare waste •Identify where wastes are generated in your facility •Categorize the wastes into two general categories based on whether or not they pose a risk •Describe general characteristics of the wastes Definition of Healthcare Waste What is healthcare waste? – Total waste stream from major healthcare establishments and from minor scattered healthcare activities General Types of Healthcare Waste Healthcare waste can be –Non-hazardous general wastes comparable to domestic waste (75-90% of healthcare waste in a health facility) –Potentially hazardous waste or waste that is associated with some health risks (10-25% of healthcare waste in a health facility) Sources of Healthcare Waste •Hospitals •Clinics •Laboratories •Research activities •Nursing homes •Acupuncturist •Paramedic and ambulance services •Animal research •Blood banks • Mortuaries […]