Updated Mar 01, 2019
Waste service provide complete bio medical waste management and disposal solution to the healthcare institutes of Nepal.www.wasteservice.com.np
The management of health care waste has become an urgent need to safeguard the public health from adverse effects caused due to improper management of healthcare waste. In context of Nepal, medical waste disposal has become even more difficult due to the use of disposal needles, syringes, and similar items. Majority of health care institutions do not practice safe waste handling, storage and disposal methods because of the lack of solution, lack of enforcement of laws, financially expensive.
Installation of individual treatment facilities by small healthcare units requires complex/high level management and comparatively high capital investment. Waste Service came with the complete solution of the bio medical waste prioritizing the health and environment focusing in non-burn technology with city based common treatment facility. Thus, a common treatment facility seems to be the only cost effective, Eco friendly, practicable and benchmark to enforce waste management rules and regulation.
Prior to starting service to any health institutions, we aware management, health professionals and waste handlers about the need and importance of health care waste through training. we encourage our clients to segregate their waste at the source by providing them with five color coded containers for different category of waste: Red for anatomical, soiled waste and pharmaceutical waste. Yellow for solid waste apart from sharps and glasses, Blue for glass products, green for biodegradable general waste and black for non-biodegradable general waste. There will be a separate metallic container for sharps. Unless and until the waste is segregated, we don’t accept it. we implementing internal collection and temporary storage at hospital level. At CTF, two autoclave of 511 litres and 420 litres capacity is used for non-incinerable waste which operates at either 121oC, 15 psi & 45 minutes. One concrete chamber for sharp waste disposal is also included within the facility.Anatomical waste will be disposed through deep burial within the facility. This burial chamber will be used for other suitable waste also. After treatment, the recyclables are recycled, the biodegradable and residue are land filled. After treatment, the recyclables are recycled, the biodegradable wastes are managed by composting and the remains are land filled. We are also regularly monitoring and supervising healthcare Institutes waste management activities and reporting to the local government.
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