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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2017)
Bio-Medical waste management of Ujjain city by on-site treatment of bio-degradable infectious waste by low cost technology


Author(s): Deepali Agarwal, Alka Srivastava, Dr. Parag Dalal and Dr. JK Srivastava

Abstract: Biomedical waste management is emerging as a serious topic not only for health care organizations but for the whole world too recently. According to the societies (who form the standards, rules & regulation for BMW Management) each and every health care facility should have a proper management method for their generated waste. The MoEF notified Bio-medical waste and handling rules 1998 in July 1998 and then modify them in 2016. According to these rules every hospital generating Bio-medical waste needs to set a requisite treatment facility nearby to ensure degradation of Bio-medical waste as the untreated Bio-medical waste should not be kept beyond 48 hours. In this research we try to elaborate the effects of Bio-medical waste and will also propose its on-site treatment techniques in various main hospitals of Ujjain city.

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Deepali Agarwal, Alka Srivastava, Dr. Parag Dalal, Dr. JK Srivastava. Bio-Medical waste management of Ujjain city by on-site treatment of bio-degradable infectious waste by low cost technology. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(4):01-06.
International Journal of Chemical Studies