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Waste treatment method for biosafety laboratory

Jul 30, 2018

The first principle of laboratory waste disposal is that all infectious materials must be decontaminated in the laboratory. Autoclaved or incinerated. All experimental items of potentially infectious micro-organisms or animal tissues shall be subjected to a prescribed procedure for effective decontamination or disinfection of these items before they are discarded, or wrapped in a prescribed manner and transported to other places where incineration facilities are carried out. deal with. The primary method of removing contamination during autoclaving.

 

  Items that need to be decontaminated and discarded should be contained in containers, and those marked in different colors can also be packed in autoclaved plastic bags. Alternative methods of removing and/or killing microorganisms are employed. Disposal and disposal procedures for contaminating materials and waste. Infectious substances and their packaging should be identified and treated separately, and relevant work must comply with national and international regulations. Waste can be divided into the following categories.

 

(1) Non-contaminating (non-infectious) waste that can be reused or reused, or discarded as normal waste.

 

(2) Contaminated (infectious) sharps - needles for hypodermic injection, scalpels, knives and broken glass; these wastes should be collected in a non-pierced container with a lid and treated as an infectious substance.

 

(3) Eliminate contaminated materials that are repeated or reused after contamination by autoclaving and cleaning.

 

(4) Contaminated materials discarded after autoclaving.

 

(5) Contaminated materials that are directly incinerated.


The first principle of laboratory waste disposal is that all infectious materials must be decontaminated in the laboratory. Autoclaved or incinerated. All experimental items of potentially infectious micro-organisms or animal tissues shall be subjected to a prescribed procedure for effective decontamination or disinfection of these items before they are discarded, or wrapped in a prescribed manner and transported to other places where incineration facilities are carried out. deal with. The primary method of removing contamination during autoclaving.

 

  Items that need to be decontaminated and discarded should be contained in containers, and those marked in different colors can also be packed in autoclaved plastic bags. Alternative methods of removing and/or killing microorganisms are employed. Disposal and disposal procedures for contaminating materials and waste. Infectious substances and their packaging should be identified and treated separately, and relevant work must comply with national and international regulations. Waste can be divided into the following categories.

 

(1) Non-contaminating (non-infectious) waste that can be reused or reused, or discarded as normal waste.

 

(2) Contaminated (infectious) sharps - needles for hypodermic injection, scalpels, knives and broken glass; these wastes should be collected in a non-pierced container with a lid and treated as an infectious substance.

 

(3) Eliminate contaminated materials that are repeated or reused after contamination by autoclaving and cleaning.

 

(4) Contaminated materials discarded after autoclaving.

 

(5) Contaminated materials that are directly incinerated.