Infectious clinical waste disposal: how should medical facilities tackle this issue?

Every clinical facility is bound by law to have a waste management system in place, including safety equipment for staff, as well as guidelines for storing, segregating, and transporting waste. But how should the disposal of infectious clinical waste be handled? Read on and find out more about the most prominent methods as well as Celitron’s own solution!

Biohazardous needle disposal: how and where to dispose of sharps waste

Medical needles (also called sharps) represent one of the most dangerous type of biohazardous waste in the healthcare industry, and as such it is imperative to know how to handle their disposal correctly. Read on and find out more about how to handle the disposal of biohazardous needles right at the site of your medical facility!

These are the different types of autoclave machines used in medical sterilization

How is one supposed to know which steam sterilizer to choose? How are they different from one another? In Celitron’s following article, we will discuss what you need to know about the different types of autoclave machines used in medical sterilization!

Are class B autoclaves the best choice for the sterilization of dental equipment?

The sterilization of medical instruments is just as important in smaller dental clinics as it is in larger medical facilities. Still, not all steam sterilizers are the same. How are some better than others? Read on and find out more about why class B dental autoclaves represent one of the best solutions available on the market!

What are the most common types of wastes associated with agriculture?

The different types of agricultural wastes can all be defined as excess materials that mainly come from growing crops and raising farm animals. In Celitron’s next article we will discuss how these leftovers can be categorized, as well as how you can make the best of carcass waste!