180 Waste Group provide innovative solutions for clinical healthcare waste management.

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"Problem solved."

The 180 Waste Group supply healthcare waste management equipment to best manage solid and liquid healthcare trade waste. The compact onsite technology uses frictional heat treatment to process potentially infectious clinical waste. The easy to use equipment produces a byproduct that is sterilised, dehydrated, odourless and easily disposed.

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Why - to solve waste management problems

How - providing technology that noticeably improves recycling outcomes

What - onsite processing of solid and liquid healthcare waste

Servicing Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands, the 180 Waste Group supplies, installs and maintains the certified healthcare waste management equipment to hospitals, surgeries, clinics, laboratories, waste management transfer centres and manufactures of medical supplies.

The 180 Waste Group offers a new approach to waste management by enabling the patented solution for onsite waste processing. Commercial, safety and environmental benefits are numerous as the specialised equipment processes the waste into an unrecognisable by product that is a fraction of its original weight and volume.

180 Waste Group is a small company with game changing technology and huge opportunity.

The waste management industry is large and diverse. The healthcare or medical waste segment is small and specialised. Healthcare and medical waste is potentially infectious and hazardous and its mismanagement is high risk. The technology solutions available from 180 Waste Group make the handling, processing and disposal of such waste easy and safe.

Our healthcare waste solutions produce a residual waste byproduct that is unrecognisable, sterilised and noticeably reduced in weight and volume. The economic benefits are significantly reduced waste processing, transportation and disposal costs. The environmental benefits are reduced carbon emissions, waste hazard and risk control, pollution and odour reduction, sanitation and hygiene improvements.