Biomedical waste contains infectious materials and is generated during diagnosis, treatment, and immunization procedures. The World Health Organisation has categorized biomedical waste as infectious, pathological, pharmaceutical, genotoxic, radioactive, chemical, general/other, and sharp objects. Examples include tissues, organs, and body parts, animal wastes from veterinary hospitals, needles, syringes, and discarded medicines.
The Central Pollution Control Board has designated separate bins to dispose of biomedical wastes. Yellow bins are for anatomical waste, red is for contaminated plastic waste, blue is for glass waste and white is for hazardous waste.
- We provide different bins for segregation.
- Help transfer waste to recycle centers for deep burial and to incinerating plants.
- Help in the design and erection of incineration and effluent treatment plant.
- Help in the design and construction of deep burials.