Disposing of treated waste like other municipal waste
treating waste to reduce its size and remove its dangers
transporting waste to treatment sites through a large refrigerated fleet equipped with the latest technologies
collecting waste after sorting it in designated sites and isolating radioactive materials
sorting and classifying waste according to type and level of risk
Medical Waste Treatments Strategy
Where the company uses sterilization and shredding technology using steam heat at 139 ° C and pressure up to 2.9 bar to sterilize incoming medical waste at the treatment plant.
- Capacity covering 26,000 tons per year
- Work system of 2 shifts for a total of 12 hours per day
- Total capacity of 8 tons per hour
- Marseille owns 5 units for the treatment of medical waste.
- Temperatures up to 139 degrees under a pressure of 2.9 bar.
With a view to contributing effectively and believing in the application of environmental protection programmes to the achievement of sustainable development goals, the company is committed to the election and use of environmentally safe techniques recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) and environmental, local and international organizations.
186 transmission mechanism
5 processing units
infection control department
Provide resources and equipment that allow workers to maintain good infection control practice
Preparing standards for procedures and systems approved and recommended by international organizations specialized in infection control and limiting its spread
Prepare educational programs for all individuals involved to maintain these standards
Nosocomial infection (infection acquired within health institutions and facilities) is one of the problems that disturb the global, regional and local health system. It is considered one of the causes of death among inpatients and patients coming for follow-up in any health institution, and one of the most important causes of prolonged treatment within hospitals and health facilities.
Marsellia for Cleanliness and Environmental Protection has taken care of establishing a facility whose role is to maintain the cleanliness of the sheets, the uniforms of doctors, laboratories, nursing staffs, and patients, and sewing services to meet the needs of patients and the various medical service teams.
One of the bases of self-monitoring for the follow-up of infection control and sterilization work is the detection of the results of this work, which is done only by conducting environmental swabs at the workplace before and after sterilization to show the level of quality in the work done under an approved protocol for swabs for evaluating infection control work and quality standards
In order for a person to properly deal with his accumulated expired medications, he needs to know a number of elements related to ensuring both patient and health safety, in addition to awareness of other elements related to environmental safety. The beginning is knowing that the use of expired medicines is dangerous behavior and may lead to health damage as described by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States of America, and that there are no guarantees for the safety of using the medicine after reaching the expiration date, nor to guarantee that