Clinical and other medical waste

Under the medical waste refers to all types of waste generated in the health care setting and pharmacy organizations, and contaminated by pathogenic microorganisms.

These wastes pose a real epidemiological and environmental threat.

These include waste generated in hospitals (city-wide, clinical, specialized, departmental, with research, training institutes), clinics (including dental), ambulance station, blood transfusion stations, long-term care the sick, veterinary clinics, pharmacies, pharmaceutical industries, health institutions (sanatoriums, rest homes, boarding houses), health-care institutions, institutions of forensic, medical laboratories (including anatomical, pathological, biochemical, microbiological, physiological), private companies to provide health care.

The most effective and safe is the technology of thermal destruction in special furnaces.

Installed capacity - 2000 tons per year.