State Pollution Control Board move to manage biomedical waste

The State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) has urged Sambalpur Collector to provide at least two acres of land at a strategic location in the district for developing common biomedical waste management facility. The facility will be developed to facilitate treatment and disposal of biomedical waste generated from the hospitals of Sambalpur, Jharsuguda, Balangir, Bargarh and Sonepur districts.

An SPCB official said Sambalpur has been considered as model district under the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation’s Global Environment Facility project for managing bio-medical waste generated from hospitals in the region in an environmentally sound manner.

A common biomedical waste management facility should be developed at Sambalpur to provide service to hospitals in five districts of the region, he said and added that though the Collector was asked to provide a patch of land at the earliest, no communication has been received so far.

One Response to State Pollution Control Board move to manage biomedical waste

  1. purnendu Sarkar says:

    Sir BARAIEPALI pachgachiya area ra daily evening gotaya bisakta gas ra smale aasuchi .ai gas ra gandhara rahihau ni Munda pain houchi .athi paie aapan Tika najar pakantu .Na hala a area public ra roga habar chance achi athi pai aapan Tika dhayan diountu

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