All medical waste is divided into 5 hazard classes. And if the first two do not pose a great threat to human health, the latter can cause irreparable harm not only to health, but also to the environmental situation in the region. Moreover, the issue of proper disposal of medical waste is relevant for all hazard classes. Any medical waste must be properly stored and then destroyed, even to throw non-hazardous materials in the landfill-a crime against humanity and against existing laws.
For disposal of medical waste it is recommended to use special equipment-incinerator. Modern manufacturers of these devices offer a huge range of models that allows you to choose the best and compact version of the incinerator, which can then be installed simply on the territory of a medical institution. This solution will significantly optimize the recycling process and reduce the cost of transportation and payment for services to enterprises engaged in the destruction of waste. After all, with the help of incinerator to dispose of medical waste can be directly at the place of its formation.
This solution has another advantage – the recycling process becomes completely controlled. Waste is loaded by an employee of the institution, the destruction of garbage is carried out under the influence of high temperatures, and upon completion of the incinerator remains no more than 5% of sterile ash, which does not cause any harm to the environment and human health.
Harmless is the exhaust that enters the atmosphere as a result of burning waste. And all thanks to an additional afterburning chamber of gaseous smoke, which is equipped with modern incinerators.
Such a reliable and efficient design, easy operation, wide range of operation and performance make the use of waste disposal equipment extremely relevant and appropriate.
Biological waste is regularly produced by numerous livestock and slaughterhouse farms that are actively functioning in the region And the question of their correct and timely disposal is an issue of environmental importance.
Disposal of animal waste cannot provide an adequate level of environmental safety, because biomass is a dangerous source of infections and pathogens, the spread of which can lead to an outbreak of the epidemic.
The only true and effective method of disposal of biological waste, also safe from the point of view of ecology, the use of special incinerators for cremation of animals.
This equipment for waste disposal is a highly technical engineering solution that allows to achieve the fastest and most effective destruction of unsuitable materials directly at the place of their formation.
Incinerator works on the principle of thermal waste disposal. The design of the device is quite simple, but it does not affect its performance and high environmental friendliness. The incinerator consists of two chambers, a loading hatch, grate with burners and an exhaust pipe. The process of disposal of the loaded waste takes place in the first tank, where at a temperature of up to 900 degrees Celsius, they turn into a sterile ash residue. That dense smoke that is formed as a result of burning of biomaterial, gets to the second chamber of incinerator – here at a temperature up to 1250 degrees Celsius it is completely neutralized. High combustion temperature and its maintenance inside the incinerator chambers provide powerful and productive burners and grate.
Operation of the incinerator for burning animal and other biological wastes allows to ensure proper disposal of the produced materials. In addition, this device is also characterized by high reliability and durability. If you follow all the rules and instructions for its use, the service life of the incinerator will be more than 10 years.
The agricultural industry and the enterprises that work in it produce large amounts of biological waste. According to sanitary standards, these types of waste are disposed of strictly in accordance with the regulations, because biomass is a clear threat to the environment and human health.
Classification of biological waste
Like any waste, residual biomass has its own classification. In the first category (first class of danger) are:
— stillborn animals;
— corpses of stray animals;
— laboratory animal;
— the corpses of animals;
— carcasses of farm birds and animals.
Such biological remains are disposed of thermally – by burning in a specialized incinerator for cremation of animals. This method is not only the most effective, but also safe for the environment.
Organization of recycling process. Using the incinerator
Improper storage and late disposal of biological waste can lead to serious consequences – up to the outbreak of the epidemic. Independent burial of carcasses of animals and birds in the ground – is prohibited by applicable law. Destruction of such hazardous materials is carried out in specialized equipment for waste disposal – incinerators.
This device has a special design and is equipped with a special afterburning chamber of combustion products. In it, at temperatures up to 1200 degrees Celsius, the process of neutralization of hazardous exhausts. This arrangement of the disposal process allows not only to achieve high efficiency and productivity, but also to prevent the spread of dangerous infections and avoid the risk of an outbreak.