Clinical waste bins
Bins for hospitals from ALDA
Nowadays we are paying more and more attention to cleanliness and hygiene. Many hospitals and clinics provide public spaces for their patients and try to take care of the basic goods, such as seating areas, air-conditioned waiting rooms and waste bins for hospitals. This last element is extremely important, because thanks to the use of new technologies such as anti-bacterial coating, we have a guarantee that these pieces of equipment will not cause danger in the form of spreading germs and bacteria. In medical offices, we have to deal with waste baskets for medical waste, which are stored in a safe and contact-free manner. As a manufacturer of such bins, we have decided to offer you some selected items.
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What distinguishes medical waste bins?
We live in times when we take special care to protect ourselves and our loved ones from bacteria and germs. Waste bins are a necessary product not only in public places or homes. It is also required in schools, clinics, production halls and hospitals. Any waste bins for public places must be customised according to customer expectations, regulations and in accordance with the rules of social conduct.
Key attributes that waste bins must have
The hospital waste bins should be hygienic, mobile, aesthetically pleasing and durable - then they will last a long time, even under heavy use. Every hospital is required by law to have hospital waste bins. What kind of baskets and for what kind of waste:
Medical waste - this is waste arising in connection with the provision of health services and the conduct of research and scientific experiments in medicine.
Infectious waste - this is hazardous waste that contains live microorganisms or their toxins which are known or reliably believed to cause infectious diseases in humans or other living organisms.
Special waste - this is hazardous waste that contains chemical substances which are known or reliably believed to cause non-infectious diseases in humans or other living organisms or to be a source of environmental contamination.
Other waste - medical waste without hazardous properties, which is treated in the same way as municipal waste.
Municipal waste - waste generated in households as well as non-hazardous waste from other waste generators, which due to their nature or composition are similar to waste generated in households.
Wherever there is increased contact with medical waste and infectious material, there is a need for medical waste bins and increased hygiene. Public spaces with a similar scope of activity, e.g. clinics and doctors' surgeries, should also increase the level of hygiene between people by using special containers for medical waste, waste bins for clinics, waste bins for surgeries with antibacterial properties.
Bins for bathrooms in hospitals - which ones to choose?
Toilets in such public places should be equipped with antibacterial waste bins for the bathroom. The bin, pedal and lid of the bin are made of an active substance added to the powder paint and plastic parts, which effectively destroys harmful microorganisms. And also provided with a foot pedal that allows touch-free operation of the bin while maintaining hand hygiene.