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Waste collection within health care facilities is a priority today as hospitals across the globe strive to:
– all whilst generating significant efficiency gains.
However, when hospitals generate up to 15 kilos of waste per staffed bed daily, achieving this is no easy task – particularly against the backdrop of shrinking budgets and dwindling resources.
Envac’s pneumatic waste and soiled linen collection system will help your hospital to accomplish these goals.
With an Envac system waste and soiled linen are transported in a closed pipe net hidden in the fabric of the building, not on carts in corridors and lifts.
When waste and soiled linen is collected with an Envac system the physical contact between human and dirty material is kept to a minimum.
The risk of waste related strain injuries, cut wounds, accidents and infection is close to eliminated.
Elevators can be used for transportation of patients, staff and visitors – not for carts with waste bags.
Pneumatic transportation of waste and soiled linen in sealed pipes means less need for cleansing and transportation staff = reduced manpower costs.
Less waste transportation vehicles and carts in corridors and culverts means less wear and tear of the building = reduced maintenance costs.
An eco-friendly hospital environment with state of the art technology attracts both top health care professionals and patients.
High performance, fast collection, sealed transportation from ward to waste collection terminal, 24/7 availability and adaptable to any volumes. Indispensable at an eventual pandemic.
Improved efficiency and hygiene in:
Payback on Envac’s hospital waste collection solution is typically between 3 – 6 years, during which time hospitals can anticipate benefitting from: