Tchnical specifications:-

Waste Processing Method Non burn Thermal Technology (Microwave based) Dry Heat solution  In just 30 minutes, the medical waste to be disposed of is transformed into a compact, dry, inert material, with a weight reduction of 25% and a volume reduction of 80%. As the system achieves a level of bacterial inactivation exceeding 8log10* the waste can then be mixed with household waste and disposed of via existing waste treatment channels, therefore generating savings both technical and logistics. This innovative solution also massively reduces risks of contamination. Electricity: 380V,50 Hz,3 Phase.

The automated process is carried out in a single tank, following four steps:

  • Loading of all types of unsorted medical waste (including solid, soft, sharp-edged, pointed, glass, plastic, bandage and dialysis items),
  • Grinding, which renders the waste unrecognizable,
  • Heating and sterilization by microwave treatment without any pressure increase,
  • Unloading of the inert waste with complete traceability.


No environmental impact – On-site treatment – No transportation – No liquid effluent


Microwave technology – No pressurisation unlike in an autoclave


Robust equipment – No more storage, easy to maintain


Bacterial Inactivation: Up To 6log10

Volume Reduction: Up To 85%

Weight Reduction: Up To 25%

Loading Process: Manual






Safe processing

Microwave technology does not require pressurisation, and this removes any risk of explosion. Moreover, the microwaves are confined to the inside of the vessel to avoid operator exposure to radiation.

No liquid effluent

The treatment process does not produce any steam or liquid effluent, which means no consumption of water and no need to include an effluent drainage system in its installation.

No segregation

All types of biomedical waste (needles, glass, solids, liquids, etc.)

Easy maintenance

The equipment is built using robust technology. IP connection for diagnostics. Preventive maintenance plan/calendar with alarm.

Reduces weight by 25% and volume by 80%

Biomedical waste is converted to inert waste similar to municipal waste.