Treatment and disposal technologies for health-care waste, Biology

Q. Treatment and disposal technologies for health-care waste

1. Incineration

2. Chemical disinfection

3. Wet and dry thermal treatment

4. Microwave irradiation

5. Land disposal

6. Inertization

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