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Infectious Waste Incineration. Thailand

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Sub Region:South-East Asia
Focus Area:Medical Waste
Document Type:Case Study
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The incineration plant reduces the large volume of healthcare waste generated in and around Bangkok. The process of treatment of infectious wastes comprises of: waste collection, transportation, weight measurement, waste loading, burning of waste, disposal of ash and emission control. This avoids spread of diseases from such wastes disposed in landfills and thereby protects the environment as a whole. In the past, such infectious health care wastes used to be disposed off along with municipal solid wastes into the landfills directly.


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