Waste Management: Sustainable Practices for a Better Future

In the realm of waste management, concern for sustainability and environmental safety is paramount. In the pursuit of sustainable practices, it is essential to ensure proper management in compliance with environmental regulations for various types of waste.

Hospital Waste

Hospital waste poses unique challenges due to its potentially hazardous nature. Sharps, chemicals, and PPEs must be handled and disposed of with extreme caution to prevent risks to public health and the environment. At UTD Suzano, we rigorously follow regulations to ensure the safe and environmentally responsible management of these wastes.

Expired Medicines

Proper disposal of expired medicines is essential to avoid contaminations and negative environmental impacts. Our specialized team works to collect and dispose of expired medicine waste for safe treatment and disposal in compliance with environmental regulations.

Dental Waste

In the dental context, waste such as amalgams and needles requires specific management to ensure correct and environmentally responsible disposal. At UTD Suzano, we adopt rigorous procedures to contribute to safety and sustainability in this sector.

Other Segments

In addition to hospital and dental waste, we serve a variety of other segments, including bacteriological, tattoo studio, and industrial waste. Our personalized and specialized approach ensures that each type of waste is collected and treated according to specific guidelines, aiming for safety, health, and environmental protection.

Commitment to Sustainability At UTD Suzano, our mission goes beyond simple waste management. We hold ISO14001 certification, which proves our environmental responsibility and eco-friendly integrity. Trust in our expertise for truly sustainable and efficient waste management.

By combining cutting-edge technology, sustainable practices, and a commitment to the environment, we are shaping a greener and more promising future. Count on us for effective and responsible waste management.