In times like the coronavirus pandemic, the burden on the medical industry is even heavier. To guarantee the safety of patients and staff alike, hospitals, clinics, and all other medical facilities must be sure that they have the necessary equipment for both sterilization and the safe disposal of infectious medical waste.
How knowledgeable are you about animal carcass disposal options? In the following article, you will find all you need to know about the proper disposal of animal carcasses, the different options available to you, as well as the method we think is best at Celitron.
Finding long term solutions for animal waste disposal is an issue everyone who works in the agricultural and food industry has had to face at some point. Did you know you could combine the benefits of on-site animal waste disposal, animal waste recycling, AND a feed making machine?
Hospitals have always played a key role in the medical industry: with the right equipment, these medical facilities can deal with a huge amount of medical waste each day. However, that role will certainly be put to the test in the following months, as the coronavirus outbreak will bring more and more infected patients that hospital staff will need to treat.
It’s no wonder the coronavirus has been getting so much coverage in the news: this public health issue is already affecting more than 80 countries around the world. As of 10th March, the coronavirus statistics are the following: 116 038 people have been infected, and 4089 people have died of their symptoms. Still, these aren’t the only numbers that deserve your attention. The bright news is that there are 64 277 people who have recovered from the virus.