BH MEDICAL & GENERAL WASTE DISPOSAL MANAGEMENT (Pty) Ltd. is a wholly owned BEE company that was establish in 2016. We are a reliable Medical and General waste company in the Western Cape Area. Our mission is to deliver a superb and excellent service to our clients. We are committed to achieve sustainable growth,
The provision of excellent customer service “at” the highest safety standards. We keep our values increasingly important in these days of good corporate governance, but as well for practical purposes linked to the need of a secure, safe and reliable service offered to the discerning client. Respect, integrity, reliability and quality are the main outputs of well-earned companies, and that is exactly what we aim for at B H Medical Waste.
We constantly train our staff to be able to support an extension of excellent quality service and most important safety hazardous. We commit to increase the level of service excellence and identifying client’s prospective needs. We are striving to build a positive link between all clients, should it be locally or abroad. The company has a dress code for the staff to be recognizable and we comply with the government rules.
Waste generated at health care facilities was in the past regarded as hazardous
The Environment Protection Agency of the
United States of America in 1994 found that emissions from incinerators in health
care facilities were responsible for high levels of chemicals such as dioxin and
furan in the atmosphere (Malkan 2005).
Dioxin is a known human carcinogen and is also implicated in some endocrine
and immune disorders. Dioxin is a lipophilic and bio-accumulative toxin, which
moves up the food chain from plants to animals, and then to human beingsand as such needed to be incinerated before disposal.
for example solvents used for laboratory preparations, disinfectants, and heavy metals contained in medical devices (e.g. mercury in broken thermometers) and batteries.
expired, unused and contaminated drugs and vaccines.
Genotoxic waste derives from drugs generally used in oncology or radiotherapy units that have a high hazardous mutagenic or cytotoxic effect. Faeces, vomit or urine from patients treated with cytotoxic drugs or chemicals should be considered as genotoxic.
such as products contaminated by radionuclides including radioactive diagnostic material or radiotherapeutic materials
Ash will be placed in a pottery urn - with a certificate. Pet’s cremation would not be affected with other pets – engraved stone available on request
Collection, Storage and disposal
Phone: 021 887 2402
Fax: 086 7460 666