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Sanitation is promoting health through prevention of human contact with the hazards of waste through proper hygeine. It is important in hospitals to prevent the spread of hospital acquired infection...

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Medical Waste Management Market Analysis: By Waste Type Biomedical, Cytotoxic, Pharmaceutical, Genotoxic, Radioactive; By Treatment Technology Thermal, Irradiative, Biological, Mechanical Forecast 2017 2022 [Updated: 15062015] Prices from USD $5250

Medical waste is all waste materials generated at health care facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, physician's offices, dental practices, blood banks, and veterinary hospitals/clinics, as well as m...

NEW BMW RULES

The Centre had notified the new Bio─Medical Waste Management Rules,2016 in the month of March last year to bring a change the way the country used to manage biomedical waste.

Global Surgical Waste Management Market 20172021 [Updated: 22032017] Prices from USD $3500

About Surgical Waste ManagementWaste that is generated during surgical processes is known as surgical waste. Surgical waste is both hazardous and nonhazardous. Out of the waste generated from surgerie...

Wet Waste Management Market By Source Municipal, Industrial, Commercial, Household, Medical, Others; By Methods Assortment, Shipments, Processing, Clearance; By Type Sewage Waste, Food Scrap, Chemicals, Others Geography Forecast 20162021 [Updated: 03022

Wet waste denotes as organic waste frequently produced by consumption formations, sewage water, medical and chemicals waste and so on; they are heavy in weight due to wetness. Wet waste management is ...

New Insights Into Waste Management at the Inaugural Seminar in Mumbai

MUMBAI, April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Every year there is an estimated 30 million tons of solid waste and 4,400 million cubic meters of liquid waste generated in urban areas of India alone. With suc...

Developing countries: Growing threat of urban waste dumps

As researchers working on the sustainable management of urban waste, we are deeply concerned about developing countries' escalating production of municipal solid waste and of construction and demoliti...

Bio-fuel from waste

[NEWS] IMAGE: Zeolite HBEA 150 significantly reduces temperature and energy requirements of a key step in the chemical process from organic waste to fuels. Credit: Andreas Heddergott / TUM F...

Medical Waste Management Global Market Outlook 20152022 [Updated: 01062016] Prices from USD $4150

According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Medical Waste Management Market is valued at $10.78 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.9% to reach $16.2 billion by 2022. Huge quantity of ...

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E-waste Management and Refurbishment Prediction (EMARP) Model for Refurbishment Industries.

This paper proposes a novel algorithm for establishing a standard methodology to manage and refurbish e-waste called E-waste Management And Refurbishment Prediction (EMARP), which can be adapted by re...

Effect Of Medical Waste Management Trainings On Behavior Change Among Doctors Versus Nurses And Paramedical Staff In Pakistan.

Healthcare waste management is a neglected issue in hospitals of developing countries due to poor practices among health staff. This study was aimed to determine the differences in knowledge, attitude...

Solid waste management in Thailand: an overview and case study (Tha Khon Yang sub-district).

Due to rapid urbanization, solid waste management (SWM) has become a significant issue in several developing countries including Thailand. Policies implemented by the Central Thai Government to manage...

Evaluation of greenhouse gas emissions from waste management approaches in the islands.

Concerns about waste generation and climate change have attracted worldwide attention. Small islands, which account for more than one-sixth of the global land area, are facing problems caused by globa...

Epilepsy management in older people: Lessons from National Audit of Seizure management in Hospitals (NASH).

Epilepsy is the third most common diagnosis in older people, however management in this group remains variable. National Audit of Seizure management in Hospitals (NASH) set out to assess care provided...

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