ISSN 0976-4550  
DOI: 10.21276/Ijabpt  
 
 
 
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PROPOSAL OF MULTI-HAZARDOUS WASTES FOR ON-SITE DISAMBIGUATION MANAGEMENT IN UJJAIN, INDIA  Page No 29 to 35, Volume-8, Issue-3, July-Sept-2017

Dr. Parag Dalal

The bio-medical waste generation in developing countries like India is about 1.59 Kg/day/bed which leads to a total of 4,05,702 Kg/day throughout India. Out of the total about 2, 91,983 Kg/day is been disposed safely with Biomedical norms 2016. This left us with 1, 13,719 Kg/day which is been transported, openly dumped or is been disposed with Municipal Solid wastes. This procedure is very hazardous as it is a Multi-hazardous waste and cause many types of health problems to people, plants and animals it came in contact as it is volatile and also a radioactive waste.

To overcome all these difficulties we in this paper are proposing Disambiguation techniques which are easy to apply and which will reduce the Multi-hazardous bio-medical waste to an extent so the large gap between generation and disposal can be filled. The untreated Bio-medical waste should not be kept beyond 48 hours so the residual after On-site treatment should be disposed as soon as possible for further industrial treatment of Infectious biomedical Waste.  

 

Key Words – Disambiguation, Multi-hazardous, bio-medical waste, Infectious biomedical Waste, industrial treatment, Municipal Solid wastes.

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