Generally, my clients require incineration units that can handle a mix of medical and hazardous wastes,incineration of waste,1 kg incinerator,diesel oil fired medical waste incenerator. The medical wastes include (but are not limited to) materials contaminated with blood, bodily fluids, fecal matter, and human tissue/organs from surgery. The hazardous compounds include (but are not limited to): xylene, toluene, chloroform, methylene chloride, trichloroethylene, acetonitrile, formaldehyde wastes, chemotherapy wastes (e.g., Chlorambucil, Cytoxin, Daunomycin, etc.) radiology wastes (e.g., glutaraldehyde), and mercury-containing compounds.
For further Clarification the Incinerators will primary be used for the disposal of medical waste which in this context includes amputated body parts, body fluids including contaminated blood, blood products, excreta from patients, cultures of contagious viruses and other laboratory wastes e.t.c.
Medical might also include used needles, used syringes, used , expired or contaminated dressing materials like bandages, plasters and plastics, e.t.c. The Incinerators should also allow for disposal of other wastes generated in hospital environment.
We are participating in a tender for UN to supply a portable incinerator for the disposal of infectious and pathological waste. The specifications required are attached.
The incinerator should be portable, easy to operate and they should be able to burn a wide range of products, from laboratory waste to animal and human remains. The incinerators should be delivered to Freetown, Sierra Leone.