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Study on Delhi Hospital Practices in Biomedical Waste Management: Identification and Segregation | Original Article

Lilambar Jha*, Hazi Mohammad Azamathulla, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Health care facilities are an essential aspect of our society, with the goal of reducing health issues and eliminating urgent threats to people's health. As a result, it is the responsibility of hospitals and healthcare facilities to protect public health. This might be done directly via patient treatment or indirectly by creating a clean, healthy environment for their staff and the community. Patil and colleagues Waste is created throughout the healthcare delivery process, which includes sharps, human tissues or body parts, and other infectious items. The basic idea for a sustainable approach to Biomedical Waste (BMW) Management is guided by examining the amount and pattern of bio-medical waste formation, its segregation, classification, and treatment of corresponding category waste. The current state of effluent treatment and waste management need triangulation strategies, including waste reduction, hazardous impact prevention, and economically feasible pollution control technology