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Medical waste contains a large number of bacteria, viruses and chemicals, which are highly contagious, biologically toxic and corrosive, and are important risk factors for disease transmission or related public health problems. Therefore, medical waste is strictly regulated by many laws in any country and must be disposed through disinfection and destruction.
Let’s take a look at how Australia, Japan and Russia deal with medical waste.

Australia: Classified medical waste Centralized by professional medical waste management companies
Medical waste will be strictly classified in Australia. Most medical wastes are disposed by landfill or incineration. Professional medical waste management companies collect and deal with this. Some non-toxic medical wastes will also be strictly disinfected, then reprocessing. Each step has a more detailed operation process.

Russia: Medical waste is divided into 5 hazard levels to legislate to ensure its recycling
Advantages: medical waste classification, legislation, recycling, staff regulations
In Russia, medical waste accounts for only 2% to 3% of total waste, but it is considered very dangerous. In 1999, the Russian government enacted the “Rules for Garbage Collection, Storage and Removal of Medical and Preventive Institutions” to legislate to ensure the recycling of medical waste.On the basis of this rule,Russia issued a special bill on medical waste management on December 9, 2010. According to epidemiological, pathological and radiation hazard levels and adverse effects on the environment, medical waste is divided into five hazard levels, each named after the first five letters of the Russian alphabet.

Class Ⅰ is a solid waste similar to domestic waste, which is not contagious. Such as waste paper, plastics, glass bottles and packaging materials, but does not include departmental waste such as infectious and skin diseases. This kind of garbage is usually placed in an extra large trash can, and the color is marked in white.

Class Ⅱ includes garbage or microbial fungi from the outpatient clinic, as well as waste from the blood or other patients. According to the specific form of the garbage, it is collected in a disposable package marked in yellow, and the garbage cannot exceed three-quarters of the packaging capacity, and cannot be placed in an open-air garbage bin. The final package on the collection, in addition to the basic garbage category letter, also needs to indicate the name of the organization that collected the waste, subdivided into departments, dates and person surnames.

Class Ⅲ is extremely dangerous garbage, such as garbage that has been contacted to patients with special dangerous infectious diseases, garbage from microbiology laboratories, etc., which must be placed in special containers marked in red, which are strictly regulated in terms of disinfection, storage and transportation;

The Ⅳ category is waste containing industrial manufactured goods, such as expired drugs, disinfectants, chemicals, and mercury-containing waste. It needs to be placed in a special package marked in red, and its cleaning or recycling work can only be carried out by a professional organization that has obtained a government license.

Class Ⅴ is waste containing radioactive materials, Its collection and storage must be carried out in accordance with Russian law on the radiation safety standards for radioactive materials. It is important to note that people under the age of 18 in Russia are prohibited from engaging in the medical waste recycling industry.

Japan: Handling the strict management of the entire process to implement the registration system for the management of waste disposal enterprises
Advantages: Fines for illegally discarding medical waste and strict requirements for patients.
In Japan, garbage is usually divided into industrial waste and general household waste. Medical waste belongs to industrial waste. It is stipulated that strict management should be carried out from collection to disposal, especially for the collection and disposal of infectious waste.
According to reports, more than 95% of medical waste is currently entrusted to the outside company by the hospital, and its commission and processing must be detailed in written reports. Implement a registration system for the management of waste disposal enterprises, and provide the specific conditions of each processing enterprise to the garbage discharge unit to grasp the business license status of the enterprise, including the type of processing, daily processing capacity, equipment, methods, etc.; for unregistered enterprises, the garbage is not allowed to process.
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