It is anticipated that the Bidder will collaborate closely with PATH and goal Hospitals for the waste handling
building/area and will make available all needed technical information, drawings, etc.,
The following waste streams will likely be treated in the newest HCW treatment centre (s):
Pharmaceutical waste containing cytotoxic or genotoxic waste
Small amounts of chemical waste
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR PROCUREMENT OF”MEDICAL WASTE TREATMENT PLANT”
1. Hydroclave for Medical waste Therapy Plant: Quantity: 02 Nos.
The processor must be approved to sterilize & see to these kinds of medical waste:
-Liquids: Blood, body fluids .
-Blood bags & tubing, gloves, Gowns, curtains, etc..
-Contaminated packaging: Lotion etc..
-Sharps & Sharp containers
-Human and animal tissue (surgical and pathologic) –Based upon MWM regulations
-Cultures, stocks and glassware
The processor must comply with a documented efficiency level of 6log10 reduction in spore survival (99,9999%) of their
The processor should reduce the volume of the waste by 60% to 80% through complete dehydration and sterilization of
The processor must have ZERO harmful emission level and meet or exceed all criteria demanded by the EU.
The whole waste treatment system needs to be offered as a complete unit consisting of subsequent gear and
(A)The sterilization processing unit
(D)Heavy duty outside shredder-
(E)Conveyer belt-based on Manufacturer’s Recommendations
(A)Features and Specifications of the Sterilization Processor unit:
Technical specification of the processor:
Steam autoclave in conjunction with a heavy duty Fragmenting System within the vessel/chamber
The vessel must be of Double Chamber
Capacity (kg/load): minimum 200 kg/batch/cycle
Volume of 140-190 liters of bulk each cycle
Average Cycle time: 60 minutes
Running temperature: 121◦C to 135◦C
Running pressure: 1.1 Bar to 2.4 Bar