Biomedical Waste Management Agreement

Biomedical waste is all waste produced during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of humans or animals or research activities related to the manufacture or testing of biological substances, including the categories listed in Schedule I of the BMW 2016 DE Rules. 11. Type of biomedical waste disposal: by CBWTF (9) After the management of treatment by autoclaving or micro seine, followed by mutilation or grinding, as the case may be, valuable materials from processed biomedical waste, such as plastics and glass, are issued to these recyclers with the authorisation or registration being made by the competent authority. (q) to notify without delay the required authority if the operator of a facility does not collect biomedical waste on time or within the agreed time frame; (e) eliminate solid waste that is not biomedical waste, in accordance with applicable waste management rules, which are adopted in accordance with applicable legislation and are modified from time to time; (k) ensure the treatment and disposal of liquid waste in accordance with the Water (Prevention and Pollution Control) Act of 1974 (6 of 1974); 1. In the event of a serious accident in a facility or facility or other location during the management of biomedical waste, the authorized person immediately sends to the required authority an intimacy regarding this accident and submits in writing, within twenty-four hours, a report on the measures taken in Form I.o) to report major accidents, including accidents due to fire hazards. , explosions in the treatment of biomedical waste and corrective actions taken for this purpose and the corresponding statements (including zero ratio) in Form I, the required authority and with the annual report; In addition, awareness-raising activities are regularly carried out by the biomedical waste management unit, the directorate of health services via television, outdoor banners, print media and interpersonal communication. Posters on biomedical waste management are posted in health facilities for medical staff and the general public. Training provided by bio medical waste management during the period 2015-16 is provided as follows: 8. Any occupant may terminate the use of chlorinated plastic bags within two years of the date of publication of these provisions; chlorinated plastic bags cannot be used for the storage and transport of biomedical waste after two years from the date of publication of these provisions, and the occupant or operator of a common biomedical waste treatment facility should not dispose of these plastics. incineration and bags used for the storage and transport of biomedical waste must comply with Indian Office standards.