An Integrated Waste Management Facility is a type of waste management system that combines multiple waste treatment and disposal methods in one location to efficiently manage various types of waste generated by industries, hospitals, and other sources.
One of the key components of this facility is the Common Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility (HWTSDF), which is designed to safely manage and dispose of hazardous wastes that cannot be treated or disposed of using traditional methods. This facility includes a range of treatment processes such as chemical, physical, and biological treatment, as well as storage and disposal options.
Another important component of the Integrated Waste Management Facility is the Common Bio-Medical Waste Management and Treatment Facility. This facility is designed specifically for the treatment and disposal of biomedical waste generated by hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. The facility includes a range of treatment processes such as incineration, autoclaving, and microwaving, as well as storage and disposal options.
By combining multiple treatment and disposal methods in one location, these facilities can efficiently manage large volumes of waste while minimizing the impact on the environment and public health.