Waste management in small hospitals: trouble for environment.

  title={Waste management in small hospitals: trouble for environment.},
  author={Deepak Pant},
  journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment},
  volume={184 7},
Small hospitals are the grassroots for the big hospital structures, so proper waste management practices require to be initiated from there. Small hospitals contribute a lot in the health care facilities, but due to their poor waste management practices, they pose serious biomedical waste pollution. A survey was conducted with 13 focus questions collected from the 100 hospital present in Dehradun. Greater value of per day per bed waste was found among the small hospitals (178 g compared with… CONTINUE READING

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