What does Newster deal with?
plastic, paper, fabric,cotton, cellulose, glass,
small metallic pieces, plastic films, drainage boxes etc.
It is forbidden to treat radioactive, inflammable and explosive materials, stones, etc
The Sterilised material is:
odourless when completely cool
less than 70-75% of the initial volume,
less than 20-30% of the initial weight
Why to choose Newster ®
Including Newster technology in the hospital setting, brings all the benefits of waste treatment on site.
- • Proven excellence in hospital sanitation
- • Reduction of the overall quantity of waste generated (increased waste sorting and separation)
- • Weight control before and after treatment (recorded by the sterilization unit)
- • Remarkable reduction of disposal costs
- • No special disposal needed
- • Reduction of risks arising from the transportation of infectious waste
- • Sterilized waste can be stored for long periods of time in reduced storage space
- • Transportation and storage cost reduction due to weight and volume loss
- • Reduction of costs related to precautionary impact
- • Opportunity to launch energy recovery projects by using sterilized residue as refuse derived fuel (RDF)
- • Improvement of the hospital hygiene
- • Reduction of nosocomial risks
- • Improvement in waste management (starting at ward level) and chain of responsibility (generating ward traceability)
- • Reduction in healthcare hazards and accident related disputes with staff (use of primary and secondary containers)
- • It is possible to obtain the ISO certification for cycle of hospital wastes
- • Environmentally friendly
- • Newster® sterilizers do not produce pollutants harmful to human health or the environment!
- • Reduced heat emission
- • Bare hand contact allowed
- • Class I water discharge
- • Reduced vapour emissions thanks to the condensation columns
- • Certification proving respect for environmental regulations
- • Reduced C02 emission