||Placenta, products of conception, dentures
||Incineration or Plasma pyrolysis
||Treatment by 1% Chlorine solution for 1 hour. Disposal is by Deep Burial as per approval of State Pollution control board
i) Incineration or Plasma Pyrolysis
ii) If option (i) is not available then by autoclaving/hydroclaving followed by shredding and the final product to be sent for energy recovery
|Treatment by 1% Chlorine solution for 1 hour. Disposal is by Deep Burial as per approval of State Pollution control board
||Expired or Discarded Medicines: Pharmaceutical waste like antibiotics, cytotoxic drugs including all items contaminated with cytotoxic drugs along with glass or plastic ampoules, vials etc
||Incineration >1200 degree C by the manufacturer or CBWTF
||Send back to district store
||Chemicals used in production of biological and used or discarded disinfectants
||Disposed of by Incineration or Plasma Pyrolysis or encapsulation in hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility
||Liquid waste generated due to use of chemicals in production of biological and used or discarded disinfectants, Silver Xray film developing liquid, discarded Formalin, infected secretions, aspirated body fluids, liquid from laboratories and floor washings, cleaning, housekeeping and disinfecting activities
||ETP/STP/ onsite- liquid waste disinfection set-up. At Nartiang PHC, the BIOWAT
||Discarded linen, mattresses, beddings contaminated with blood or body fluid.
Non- chlorinated chemical disinfection followed by incineration or Plasma Pyrolysis or for energy recovery.
In absence of above facilities, shredding or mutilation or combination of sterilization and shredding. Treated waste to be sent for energy recovery or incineration or Plasma Pyrolysis.
|Treatment by 1% chlorine solution and then shredded
||Microbiology,Biotechnology and other clinical laboratory waste: Blood bags, Laboratory cultures, stocks or specimens of microorganisms, live or attenuated vaccines, human and animal cell cultures used in research, industrial laboratories, production of biological, residual toxins, dishes and devices used for cultures.
||For discarded, expired vaccines, the vials are autoclaved, and vaccine content disposed of into deep burial pit, vials segregated into Blue bin, metallic cap into Sharps bin and plastic cap into Red bin.
Contaminated Waste (Recyclable)
(a) Wastes generated from disposable items such as tubing, bottles, intravenous tubes and sets, catheters, urine bags, syringes (without needles and fixed needle syringes) and vacutainers with their needles cut) and gloves
Autoclaving or microwaving/ hydroclaving followed by shredding or mutilation or combination of sterilization and shredding. Treated waste to be sent to registered or authorized recyclers or for energy recovery or plastics to diesel or fuel oil or for road making, whichever is possible.
Plastic waste should not be sent to landfill sites.
|Contaminated wastes pre-treated with 1% chlorine solution and then kept in holding area for handing over to Authorized collector
Waste sharps : including Metals: Needles, syringes with fixed needles, needles from needle tip
cutter or burner, scalpels, blades, or any other contaminated sharp object that may cause puncture
and cuts. This includes both used, discarded and contaminated metal sharps
Autoclaving or Dry Heat Sterilization followed by shredding or mutilation or encapsulation in metal
container or cement concrete; combination of shredding cum autoclaving; and sent for final disposal
to iron foundries (having consent to operate from the State Pollution Control Boards or Pollution
Control Committees) or sanitary landfill or designated concrete waste sharp pit.
|Treatment by 1% chlorine solution and disposed of in Sharps Pit
||(a) Glassware: Broken or discarded and contaminated glass including medicine vials and ampoules except those contaminated with cytotoxic wastes.
||Disinfection (by soaking the washed glass waste after cleaning with detergent and Sodium Hypochlorite treatment) or through autoclaving or microwaving or hydroclaving and then sent for recycling
||Treatment by 1% chlorine solution and then shredded to be disposed of in Sharps Pit