21 May 2020
Bhilwara Bio-medical waste and waste coming out of MGH will soon get rid of. Hospital expenses will be saved and diseases will also be stopped. On Monday, a bio-waste machine from Italy was performed in collaboration with the district administration in the hospital.
Directive Chaudhary, who is in charge of the Swachh Bharat Mission of the Zilla Parishad, told that this machine will recycle 40 to 75 kg of waste in 45 minutes. The waste will be used in industrial and brick kilns. This will not risk spreading the bacteria. At the time of the demo, Dr. Rajan Nanda, Principal of Medical College and Dr. Arun Gaur, PMO were present.Dr. Nanda said that India's first machine has been installed in Bhilwara. In a gap of 24 hours it will be able to dispose of one ton of waste. The machine will employ the first MGH's biowaste. Then the biowaste of other hospitals will also be disposed of.
There will be no need to send Medical Waste to Ajmer after the machine starts. Machine administration will generate income from the hospital administration. Except the glass, iron and steel in the machine, the rest of the medical waste will be disposed of.
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