Hospital pedal trash bin – akaelectric

 AkaElectric is the largest manufacturer of hospital waste bins in Iran, which has produced both pedal bins for the infectious department of the hospital and a variety of luxury trash bins for hospital halls and inpatient rooms are the products of this industrial group.

Type 1: Pedal trash is a steel hospital that is equipped with a sliding door. This trash can is produced with a separate internal bin compartment from 3 liters to 30 liters, which is the best option for hospitals. The best size for hospitals is 30 liters. Its height is 60 cm. A hospital pedal trash can with a very beautiful appearance is a good option for hospital interiors or hospital corridors and footpaths.

Type two: Sabalan model hospital pedal trash can, which has a very light door with a sound mechanism produced by air and does not need to be restrained. This type of trash can probably be called the best hospital pedal trash because its pedal mechanism has an extraordinary life.
AkaElectric is the only manufacturer of this type of bucket in Iran. The plastic inner tank of the bucket is the same as the body of 60 cm and 30 liters. This waste bin is made of 430 stainless steel with anti-stain coating and is cheaper than model number one.

Sabalan Hospital pedal bin has a special beauty with the harmony of parts and is a good option for hospital inns or corridors and footpaths.


 Reminders of color codes for sanitary waste management:

If you are in charge of hospital waste management, veterinary surgery or a pharmacist, it is important to use the best color separation method to separate the waste. Trash cans are usually considered for each color code to properly separate and dispose of hospital waste.

To help keep you on track, we’ve put together a quick reminder of the different color codes you should use when littering.


Yellow (clinical / highly infectious):

This is for disposing of infectious waste that must be sent to an authorized incinerator. This type of waste should not be sent for disinfection or reuse. Examples of infectious lesions include: contaminated chemical samples and diagnostic kits and laboratory samples.

Status: Dangerous
Waste example:
Roll band
Disposable clothing etc. contaminated with infectious body fluids

    Orange (clinical / infectious):

    This is for the disposal of infectious waste that is sent for disinfection and reuse. This waste is sometimes usable and some of them are buried or incinerated in the ground after disinfection and immunization. Examples of types of waste suitable for this procedure include clothing, bedding, bandages, and protective clothing.

    Status: Dangerous / Non-Dangerous
    Types of waste:
    Protective clothing.


    Purple (cytotoxic / cytostatic):

    For the remainder of toxic or cytostatic drugs or those contaminated with these substances, they should be sent to a facility with an authorized facility for incineration. This type of waste includes containers with residues of cytotoxic or cytostatic drugs and knives and sharp tools used in treatment with cytotoxic or cytostatic drugs.Status: Dangerous

    Waste example:
    Blister packaging
    Tablets in containers
    Unopened vials of drugs
    Gloves, clothing, aprons, wipes contaminated with cytotoxic and / or cytostatic drugs

      Yellow and black (offensive):

       Known as the tiger, this color scheme is a symbol of non-infectious, invasive / hygienic waste that may be recycled, incinerated (for energy production) or buried deep. This type of waste can include items that are contaminated with body fluids, such as incontinence pads, catheter bags, and delivery waste.


      Status: Non-dangerous
      Waste example:
      Colostomy bags
      Incontinence pads
      Diapers and wipes
      Disposable clothing etc. contaminated with non-infectious body fluids



      Red (anatomical):

      If you see a red code, you just have to send it to an authorized disposal center for anatomical waste disposal. Anatomical debris can move everything from recognizable parts of the body to the placenta.

      Status: Dangerous / Non-Dangerous
      Waste example:
      Blood bags

        Blue (medicinal):

        It is for non-infectious and non-hazardous medical waste disposal and is designed for incineration at an authorized facility or standard landfill. These may include empty containers containing non-cytotoxic / cytostatic drug residues, underlying
        drugs, out-of-day drugs and dental drugs.
        Status: Non-dangerous
        Waste example:
        Tablets in containers
        Blister packaging
        Unopened vials of drugs
        Liquids in bottles
        Inhalation cartridges
        Drip bottles with pipette

         White (Dental – Amalgam and casting plasters):

        Typically for dental waste, white coding for hazardous materials such as dental and mercury amalgam, extra-mixed amalgam and amalgam separating contents to be used through recycling or recycling.

        • Status: Non-dangerous
          Waste example:
          Unwanted amalgam
          Old filling
          Teeth are full
          Extra amalgam that can not be reused
          Packaging and capsules containing residual materials
          Dental study templates

        Black (urban mix):

        It should be used for household or municipal waste and should not contain hazardous substances, chemicals or medicines. For example, the items you usually find in this type of waste are food and tissue.

        Status: Non-dangerous
        Waste example:
        Packaging (bottles – cartons, etc.)
        Napkins and papers
        Drink cans
        Food leftovers
        Flowers and plants


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