skip to Main Content

Medical waste

The waste type also uses clinical waste / infection-promoting substances and (bio-) medical waste. Another waste of similar origin is not included in this type of waste. The waste owner is responsible for reading whether the type of waste is classified as infectious.

Medicines and packaging

A good selection of containers with good labeling at the clinic or other institutions can prevent accidents and confusion of dangerous contents. The containers can be picked up by various institutions. That is, medicines that have expired and that need insulation and protection.

Electronic waste

These can contain toxins that are hazardous to health and the environment, and even if they do not pose a danger in everyday life, they can do damages if they are not disposed of properly. Therefore, EW products should not be disposed of as normal waste. We collect the EW and dispose of it in its categories. 

Residual waste

Other medical equipment such as plastic hoses/rubber gloves/pill trays, etc. must be disposed of in the residual waste. Every year, large numbers of marine mammals, birds, and fish die from plastic waste. We work to reduce the use of plastic throughout society.

A mobile medical waste treatment unit

It serves immediate medical waste management for crisis situations such as natural disasters and epidemic diseases. No infrastructure is required as long as the water is available. The system consists of an autoclave and shredding system boiler, and a dedicated power generator. It works 24/7 as long as water and diesel are available.


Recycling means recycling waste and other residual products. When we recycle, we throw away less and reduce the total environmental impact from both production, transport, use, and waste management. By using materials that can be recycled, you help to use limited natural resources several times and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

How incineration works:

Incineration is a waste treatment process that utilizes the combustion of organic substances contained within
materials to convert waste into ash, heat, and flue gas. The ash residue is mostly formed by inorganic constituents of
the waste which may take the form of solid lumps or powder.
The heat produced by the incineration process can be fed into a heat exchanger to produce hot water or air which can
be used for cleaning or heating purposes. The remaining flue gases are passed through pollution control devices in
the form of a secondary combustion chamber or additional filtration (if required) and then expelled to the atmosphere.



Smallest medical incinerators in our range. The top-loading design means liquids are well contained within this system during
incineration. The i8-M70 is perfect for small clinics, dental practices, or small
medical facilities where waste streams are quite low.

Industry Leading Insulation
Long Lasting Construction
Designed to excel


The medium Incinerator is one of our mid-sized models that can be used for a variety of
applications, large enough to offer impressive burn rates and batch sizes, while
still being small enough to fit in a 20ft container. The medium incinerator features a top-loading design with a large opening for bulky waste items. Optional Autoloader.

Industry Leading Insulation
Cost effective
Environmental friendly


Designed to burn Type I – IV pathological
waste and infectious and contaminated
“red bag,” surgical dressings, plastic test
devices and other wastes this is
our flagship fixed-hearth model which benefits from a top-loading design and features the latest in operator
safety and performance.

Remote Monitoring
Pro-active Analysis
All in one solution


A cyclonic effect is created by the fan blowing into the drum creating a high temperature burn rate with the added benefit of no smoke or smell. And with no fuel added the operational cost is extremely low.

General waste
Cost effective
Send Us A Message

    Come Say Hi
    Office Hours

    Monday: 8am-4pm
    Tuesday: 9am-5pm
    Wednesday: 9am-2pm
    Thursday: 9am-5pm
    Friday: 10am-2pm
    Saturday: 12pm-5pm
    Sunday: Out of Office

    But you can call or email any day, any time.
    Or contact us via one of our social media profiles!