1. Infectious waste consists of:
a) Sharp infectious waste (needles, syringes of needles, sharp ends of transmission lines, probing needles, acupuncture needles, scalpel blades, nails, surgical saws,…);
b) Non-sharp infectious waste: absorbent, sticky waste that contains blood or biological body fluids, as well as waste generated in isolation wards;
c) Infectious wastes: patient samples, containers, sticky samples, waste containing patient samples,…
d) Anatomical waste: tissues, discarded human body parts and experimental animal carcasses.
2. Non-infectious hazardous waste: discarded chemicals, cytotoxic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical products with a hazard warning from the manufacturer; broken, damaged and discarded mercury and heavy metal-containing medical equipment; discarded amalgam fillings;...
3. Common medical waste: daily solid waste, external waste in medical establishments; other wastes not on the List of hazardous medical wastes or with hazardous elements below the hazardous waste threshold; non-hazardous liquid waste products;...
*The hazardous waste list and codes are specified in Circular no. 20/2021/TT-BYT - regulations on health-care waste management within the premises of healthcare facilities
a) The decision on approval of environmental impact assessment (EIA) report appraisal result, which is enclosed with the EIA report;
b) A written certification of the environmental protection plan issued by a competent authority and enclosed with the plan;
c) A certificate of completion of environmental protection works is enclosed with the report on the completion of environmental protection works;
d) A written certification of environmental commitment enclosed with the environmental commitment;
đ) A written certification of meeting the environmental standards registration, enclosed with the registration of meeting the environmental standards;
e) Approval of the detailed environmental protection project in conjunction with the detailed environmental protection project;
f) A written certification of the simple environmental protection project, accompanied by the simple environmental protection scheme;
g) Report on wastewater discharge into water sources or Scheme on wastewater discharge into water sources enclosed with approval decision of competent state agencies;
h) Other environmental documents and documents as prescribed by environmental protection legislation
a) Register of hazardous waste source owners;
b) Hazardous medical waste delivery and receipt books or hazardous waste documents;
c) Medical waste monitoring book; monitoring book and handover book of infectious medical waste that has been treated according to national technical regulations on environment for recycling purposes; report on results of medical waste management periodically and irregularly;
d) Operation log book of equipment, medical waste treatment system (for medical facilities that self-treat medical waste and medical facilities that treat hazardous medical waste for clusters of medical waste).
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