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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4489-4494

Study The Systematic Approach Of Hospitals Related To Solid Waste Management In Rural Area

Dr. Anupama Verma,Ms. Sangeetha Prasad,Saurabh Kumar.


The main reason for this paper is to give a perspective on hospital waste management and natural issue in India. The goal of this examination is to dissect the medical care waste management framework, including practices and compliances. Most nations of the world, particularly the developing nations, are facing the bleak circumstance arising out of ecological contamination because of obsessive waste arising from increasing populaces and the subsequent fast development in the quantity of hospital units. In India, there are around 6 lakhs hospital beds, more than 23,000 essential wellbeing habitats, in excess of 15,000 little and private hospitals. In India, the Biomedical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules 1998 make it compulsory for hospitals, clinics, and other clinical and veterinary institutes to discard bio clinical wastes carefully according to the guidelines. The couple of studies on bio clinical waste management from India have set up that hospitals didn't oversee medical care waste appropriately

Key words: environmental pollution, solid waste and health care

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