The technology has the strategic objective of responding to the stringent regulation in the management of medical waste of the European Waste Catalog (CER), using modern technology applied to a highly automated technological process. The end result transforms and recovers the sanitary waste into a no more dangerous waste.
In many states there are several regulations to be complied with, when potentially infected waste is processed and processed. Italy has one of the strictest standards in the sector of medical waste.
Among the major international organizations that officially recognize the need to use alternative techniques to incineration as well as numerous national regulations in several countries, stand out:
- World Health Organization (OMS): UN specialized agency for health, founded on July 22, 1946 and entered into force on April 7, 1948, based in Geneva;
- United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP): an international organization that has been working against climate change since 1972 to protect the environment and the sustainable use of natural resources;
- Health Care WithoutHarm: a coalition of 500 members from 53 countries working to innovate the health sector worldwide.