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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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No quick fixes for developing world's solid waste management crisis

(Elsevier) As the world population, economy and consumption grows, a complex and multi-dimensional approach is needed to manage a rising tide of solid waste, researchers say in a study published in th...

Where is the waste in health care?

More and more hospitals are realizing that the 30 to 50 percent of waste occurring within their organizations is not only real, but a tremendous opportunity.  This is good news for both our patients ...

Global E-Waste Management Market (Types, Sources and Geography) - Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2013 - 2020

E-Waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in emerging as well as developed regions. The reduced life spans of electrical, electronic and consumer electronic devices are generating large E-Wa...

Ebola Waste Disposal: Nebraska's Strategy

Ebola waste accumulates quickly and in large volumes, and disposing of it taxes hospitals with regulatory and resource requirements. Medscape Medical News

Greening of Facilities with a Focus on Compliance, Mitigates Risk, Drives Success in 2015

In this six-part series, we explored how greening facilities through compliantly managing waste streams can help hospital executives mitigate different risk types related to safety and the environment...

Keeping Communities Safe from Ebola-Contaminated Waste

Every day, every bed in an Ebola treatment unit creates approximately 300 liters of liquid waste. Managing this waste has been a challenge in the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. The World Health Organizati...

Guelph researchers recipe: Cook farm waste into energy

(University of Guelph) Guelph researchers are studying how to make biofuels from farm waste, especially 'wet' waste, such as corn husks, tomato vines and manure, that is typically difficult to use. Th...

Operating Room Sustainability is Critical to Healthcare Business

by Vikas Vij SOURCE: Justmeans DESCRIPTION:Healthcare comprises nearly 16 percent of the American economy. Hospitals operate round the clock, making a substantial environmental footprint. According to...

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Effectiveness of intensive healthcare waste management training model among health professionals at teaching hospitals of Pakistan: a quasi-experimental study.

Infectious waste management has always remained a neglected public health problem in the developing countries, resulting in high burden of environmental pollution affecting general masses. Health work...

Impact of intervention on healthcare waste management practices in a tertiary care governmental hospital of Nepal.

Healthcare waste is produced from various therapeutic procedures performed in hospitals, such as chemotherapy, dialysis, surgery, delivery, resection of gangrenous organs, autopsy, biopsy, injections,...

Household hazardous waste management: A review.

This paper deals with the waste stream of household hazardous waste (HHW) presenting existing management systems, legislation overview and other relevant quantitative and qualitative information. Euro...

The importance of education to waste (resource) management.

Applying Nightingale charts to evaluate the heterogeneity of biomedical waste in a Hospital.

to evaluate the heterogeneity of biomedical waste (BW) using Nightingale charts.

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