The global medical waste management market is expected to reach $14 billion in 2020. More hospitals and clinics are beginning to realize how important efficient biomedical waste management is.
In recent years, finding needle disposal bins mounted on the walls of your gas station or supermarket bathroom has grown increasingly common.
Condoms and syringes mixed with household waste and then exported from the United Kingdom to Brazil for recycling. Scalpels and other sharps left in heaps outside of hospitals.
t’s important to know what kind of medical waste your facility produces then you can determine the proper disposal. The WHO classified the medical waste into eight (8) categories of medical waste: