Ajay Jain

Supporting M P Green Productivity Association

Bio-Medical Waste Management

We are pioneers and leaders in the field of Bio-Medical Waste Management. We have provided consultancy and turnkey services to establish various individual and centrallised Bio-Medical Waste Management Facilities throughout India. To set up a Common Biomedical Waste Treatment Facility (CBWTF ) to its maximum perfection, care shall be taken in choosing the right technology, development of CBWTF area, proper designing of transportation system to achieve optimum results etc. These key features of CBWTF designing are addressed by Eco Pro while designing a CBWTF. Our designs satisfy all norms set by MoEF and CPCB for setting up of CBWTF including infrastructure, plant and machinery.

The Biomedical Waste Management & Handling Rules 1998, has come into force. These rules apply to all Hospitals, Nursing homes, Municipal Corporations, Clinics, Pathological Labs, Blood Banks etc who generate, collect, receive, store, transport, treat, dispose or handle bio-medical waste in any form. It shall be the duty of every occupier of an institution generating bio-medical waste to ensure that such waste is handled without any adverse effect to human health and environment.

Common Bio-medical Waste Treatment Facility (CBWTF) 

A Common Bio-medical Waste Treatment Facility (CBWTF) is set up where bio-medical waste, generated from a number of healthcare units, is imparted necessary treatment to reduce adverse effects that this waste may pose. Installation of individual treatment facilities by small healthcare units requires comparatively high capital investment. In addition, it requires separate manpower and infrastructure development for proper operation and maintenance of treatment systems. The concept of CBWTF not only addresses such problems but also prevents proliferation of treatment equipment in a city. In turn it reduces the monitoring pressure on regulatory agencies. By running the treatment equipment at CBWTF to its full capacity, the cost of treatment of per bed of waste gets significantly reduced.

CBWTF as an option has also been legally introduced in India. The Bio-medical Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, 1998, gives an option to the bio-medical waste generator that such waste can also be treated at the common bio-medical waste treatment facility. The Second Amendment of the Rules in June, 2000, further eased the bottleneck in upbringing the CBWTF by making Local Authority responsible for providing suitable site within its jurisdiction. The concept of CBWTF is also being widely accepted in India among the healthcare units, medical associations and entrepreneurs.

We provide following services in the field of Biomedical Waste Management
  Prefeasibility and Feasibility report preparation
  Detail Project Report (DPR) preparation
  Development of Common Biomedical Waste Treatment and Disposal facility (CBWTF)
  Technological tie ups for CBWTF