Pune, India, Oct 2018 /BIR Press Release/- Business Industry Reports announces the publication of its research report – Global Medical Waste Management Market Research Report 2018
Industry Overview of Medical Waste Management Market
This report studies the global Medical Waste Management market status and forecast categorizes the global Medical Waste Management market size (value & volume) by key players, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top players in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa.
The global Medical Waste Management market is valued at million US$ in 2017 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2018-2025.
The major manufacturers covered in this report: Stericycle (US), Sharps Compliance (US), Veolia Environment (US), Daniels Sharpsmart (US), Clean Harbors (US), MedWaste Management (US), ATI (US), Republic Services (US), Waste Management (US), Medical Waste Services (US), Excel Medical Waste (US), Cyntox (US), Triumvirate (US), BioMedical Waste Solutions (US), and UMI (US).
Journal of Environmental Waste Management and Recycling Volume 1, Issue 1 - Assistant Professor Faculty of Humanities and Science, India, SRM University - Citation: Sutha Irin A. An analytical study on waste management in hospitals located in Chennai city. Environ Waste Management and Recycling. 2018, 1: 5-8 - Abstract - The current paper aims into study the Medical Waste Management evaluation, the process of controlling the stresses the medical waste: direction of medical waste, segregation, storage, and disposal of medical wastes at private and public hospitals in Chennai City. A questionnaire was circulated among 140 health employees by 70 respondents from a hospital and 70 respondents from hospital respectively.
Simple Random sampling method was utilized in this study. The results reveals that associations and improper wastes management which hasn't obtained concern struggle. Hence, hospitals and The Ministry of Health and healthcare establishment should provide more consideration towards coverages for hospital wastes disposal and direction so as to develop waste management in Chennai City. The analysis was concluded with recommendations for developments on treatment and wastes handling so as to render sufficient and appropriate waste disposal system in health associations. Key terms - medical waste management, Assessment, segregation, disposal waste management - Introduction - The disposal and treatment of medical waste from associations has been of concern in times that are latest.
This is because of the hazardous nature of those wastes and that the potential threat to spread deadly diseases to humans along with other living microorganisms. To describe and quantify these wastes, an analysis was carried out to determine the creation of biomedical wastes from hospitals. Healthcare is very essential for our life, health, and wellbeing. However, the waste extracted by medical practice can be harmful, poisonous and even deadly due to their high potential for diseases transmission. The concern for hospital waste direction was increase at infectious diseases and indiscriminate disposal of waste from worldwide. Medical waste has long been identified by that the US Environmental Agency since the third largest known source of dioxin air emission and contributor of about ten percent of mercury emissions to the environment by human activities.
Biomedical waste is usually extracted from hospitals, health care teaching institutes, research institutions, blood banks, clinics, laboratories, veterinary institutes, and animal houses etc. G.S.R.343 whereas the Bio-Medical Waste Rules, 1998 was published vide notification number S.O. 630 dated the twentieth July, 1998, by that the Government of India in that the Ministry of Environment and Forests, gave a regulatory framework for direction of biomedical waste generated within that the country, And also to implement these system more efficiently and also to enhance that the collection, segregation, processing, treatment and disposal of those biomedical wastes at an environmentally sound direction and plummeting that the biomedical waste generation and its effect On the environment, the Central Government examined the available rules. BioMedical Waste handling is a hazardous waste activity that requires a high standard of preparation.
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