Covid-19 infectious waste bin

Covid-19 infectious waste bin

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INFECTIOUS WASTE BIN

Covid-19 infectious waste bin

Covid-19 infectious waste bin (Coronavirus)
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is generating tons of medical waste
Garbage contaminated with bodily fluids or other infectious materials is becoming a bigger concern for hospitals, goverment, all the people in the world
To support true Units – Organizations
Strengthening waste management in COVID-19 disease prevention
Strictly classifying, collecting, storing, transporting and treating waste, especially treating infectious waste and wastewater, ensuring no transmission of COVID-19 pathogens to the environment.

VietClean.NET content have title : 
“ COVID-19 INFECTIOUS WASTE BIN and SOLUTION BIN ”
By : Dan Le Doan

Main Content 4 part :

Part 1 : Types of Waste at Risk of Coronavirus (Covid-19)
Part 2 : Special waste bins containing wastes at risk of covid-19 infection
Part 3 : Provides solution of infectious waste bins
Part 4 : Provides video

 Covid-19 infectious waste bin

Part 1 : Types of Waste at Risk of Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Waste from the centralized isolation area of the government
Medical waste from hospitals and health facilities
Waste in Public Place is crowded with people
Waste Used masks
Waste Used gloves
Document waste sent by CoVid-19 endemic zone

1.1 Waste from the centralized isolation area of the government

1.2 Medical Waste from Hospitals and Health Facitiles

Medical Trash Bin
Plastic Hospital Waste Bins, Medical Garbage Bins, Medical Trash Can
Segregation of health care waste
Segregation refers to placing HCW into separate containers according to type or categories
e.g. non- infectious or general waste, infectious, highly infectious, and sharps waste).

Why segregate waste?

The segregation of waste has the following advantages:

  • Facilitates the safe handling of the waste.
  • Separates recyclable waste from hazardous waste.
  • Ensures that the waste will be treated according to its hazards.
  • Reduces the overall cost of waste management, including transport, treatment, and disposal.

Segregation categories
Health care workers should
segregate HCW immediately at the
point of generation according to the
type of waste. The national HCW
segregation chart has the following
categories:

  • General or noninfectious waste.
  • Infectious waste.
  • Highly infectious oranatomical/pathological waste.
  • Sharps waste.

Individual health facilities may
include other categories in addition
to the above, such as food remains,

1.3 Waste in Public Place is crowded with people

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1.4 Waste Used masks – Waste Used glove

Sharps waste management 
Sharp waste must be immediately contained after use in order to prevent injury.

  • The primary way to contain sharps is by using safety boxes and needle removers when available in the health facility. Orientation Guide in HCWM 7 
  • A safety box is a puncture- and leak-resistant container for disposal of sharps.

 Why use a safety box? 
Sharps can cut or puncture the skin, and, if they are contaminated, they can cause infections or diseases, including hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV, and this time CoronaVirus (Covid-19). If not properly disposed of, scavengers may also collect and reuse sharps waste. Reusing syringes and needles results in high risk of infection or disease transmission.
 
Tips on how to use a safety box

  • Follow assembly instructions printed on the box. §
  • Keep safety box within arm’s reach at each place where injections are given.
  • Remove cannula/needle from IV set and place sharp in safety box.
  • Dispose of the used syringe into the small opening in the safety box immediately after use.
  • Do not recap and do not collect syringes for later disposal. § Fingers should never be placed inside the box.
  • Close the flap on the small opening of the box when it is three-quarters full. Do not overfill.
  • Fill safety box only once and then destroy.

What goes in a safety box?

  • Syringes with needles.
  • Syringes with needles removed (if using a needle remover).
  • ​Infusion needles.
  • Cannula.
  • Suture needles.
  • Scalpels.
  • Blades.
  • Broken ampoule.
  • Other categories of sharps and cannulas should be disposed of in specially designed sharps containers. These include:

            – Chest tube introducers.
            – Biopsy needle.
            – Central line introducer.
            – Cord clumps. – Fistula needles.

 Remember ! 
Health care workers should segregate waste at point of generation.

  • Waste should NEVER be re-sorted.
  • Seal all waste containers and label them to describe contents.

1.5 Document waste sent by CoVid-19 endemic zone

Part 2 : Special waste bins containing wastes at risk of covid-19 infection

2.1 Bin with Pedal

  • Code item #1614

Pedal the medical waste bin
Capacity: 45 liter
Note : Pedal – Option steel No Hand
Weight : 3.63Kg ± 10%
Material : Plastic Super durable industry PP
Thời gian khấu hao : 3-5 năm

  • Code item : #1600

Pedal the medical waste bin 
Capacity: 68 liter
Note : Pedal – Option steel No Hand
Ưeight : 3.83Kg ± 10%
Material : Plastic super durable industry PP
Depreciation period : form 3 to 5 year

  • Code item : #1118

Pedal the medical waste bin 
Capacity: 120 liter
Color: Yellow
Size : L460*W550*H930
Material : Plastic HDPE zin 100%
Weight : 9.5Kg ± 10%
Note : Pedal – Option steel No Hand

2.2 Seri Bin open the cover by hand:

Code item : #1115
Bin open the cover by hand
Capacity: 60 liter
Color: màu Yellow
Size : L480*W420*H640
Material : Plastic HDPE zin 100%

Code item : #1121
Bin open the cover by hand
Capacity: 120 liter
Color: màu Yellow
Size : L500*W460*H930
Material : Plastic HDPE zin 100%
Weight : 8Kg ± 10%

Code item : #1127
Bin open the cover by hand
Capacity: 240 liter
Color: màu Yellow
Size : L730*W5130*H1110
Material : Plastic HDPE zin 100%
Weight : 13Kg ± 10%

2.3 Trolleys Collection and Storage Waste:

Trolleys collection and storage waste
Code item : #1140
Trolleys collection and strogege the medical waste bin
Capacity: 660 liter
Color: Yellow
Size : L1260*W760*H1200
Material : Plastic HDPE zin 100%
Weight : 43Kg ± 10%

 Covid-19 infectious waste bin
People handling health care waste in particular should wear appropriate gear, including boots, aprons, long-sleeved gowns, thick gloves, masks, and goggles or face shields, according to recommendations from the World Health Organization. Luckily, protective efforts so far seem to have paid off. “There is no evidence that direct, unprotected human contact during the handling of health care waste has resulted in the transmission of the COVID-19 virus,” according to a March 19th technical brief from the WHO. As the pandemic grows, so will the waste, and keeping that garbage safe and contained will continue to be a challenge for communities until the crisis is over.

Part 3 : Provides solution of infectious waste bins

☞ Please refer to the article : Advisory choose Buy Waste Used masks
Note: The article was translated into Vietnamese

Part 4 : Provides video

Video about product

Video sharing how to separate waste in the office – nCov

Supplier reference

Buy Address Covid-19 infectious waste bin (Coronavirus) VNN Supplier
Address : No 148 Street Le Duc Tho, Ward 6, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel :  (84-8) 3894 0453 – 0909.303.208 
Zalo : 0909.303.208
Email : vnn.amin@gmail.com

Readers can also refer to the Vietnamese language at : ☞ CHẤT THẢI có Nguy Cơ CHỨA CoVid-19 và GIẢI PHÁP Thùng Đựng Chuyên Dụng”

Tác giả : Lê Doãn Dần 

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