Monday, September 3, 2012

Omar approves Bio-medical Waste Management comes

Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has given plow ahead to the institution of 2 Bio-medical Waste Management comes one every at Jammu and Srinagar with the directions for fixing of facilities of incinerators at Leh, Kargil, Doda and Poonch.

Approving the proposal involving on expenditure of concerning Rs seven.40 large integer for the creation of this facility to cater to the bio-medical waste generated in numerous Government and personal hospitals within the State, the Chief Minister same that the identification of possible sites for institution of Bio-medical Waste comes ought to be time-lined to start out the development work.

The Chief Minister directed for factorization within the Pollution control panel within the task of identification of the land for the aim. He asked the Health Department to formulate a team of officers from Health, Revenue and Pollution management Departments for characteristic the land and certifying its practicability for construction of Bio-Medical Waste comes.

The Chief Minister was chairing a high level meeting during which the proposals to the present impact were mentioned thoroughly.

The cabinet minister Madhav Lal, Principal Secretary coming up with and Development B.B. Vyas, Principal Secretary Housing Suresh Kumar, Divisional Commissioner geographic region, Asgar Samoon, District Development Commissioners of Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal and administrators of Health services geographic region and Jammu, VC SDA, Commissioner SMC were gift besides different senior officers.

Each projected Medical Waste Management Project world cater to the disposal of waste merchandise generated in hospitals among a hundred and fifty kms radius within the cities of Srinagar and Jammu whereas the incinerators area unit designed to require care of the waste merchandise generated in health units within the remote and interior areas of the Poonch, Rajouri, Doda, Kishtwar, Leh and Kargil.

Underlining the importance of correct and sanitary  disposal of bio-medical waste generated in numerous health units and hospitals within the State each in Government and personal sector, the Chief Minister same that a well managed and coordinated bio-waste management facility is want of the hour. He asked the involved departments to end the strategy during this regard and timeline all side in order that work on institution of those units takes place as early as potential.

The Chief Minister same that correct management of bio-medical waste generated by hospitals and health units within the State ought to be thrust space for Health and Medical executive department making certain that the disposal takes place in scientific and requisite manner altogether health units functioning within the public and personal sector

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