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Waste Management Study for hospital waste of King Hussein Cancer Centre Amman

Project purpose

Study for an incinerator for specific (infectious)hospital waste of King Hussein Cancer Centre in Amman.

Project results

1. Investigate the possibility of establishing an incinerator for specific (infectious) hospital waste for the King Hussein Cancer Centre in Amman.

2. Investigate the possibility of establishing the incinerator for other public and private hospitals in Amman and neighborhood.

3. Investigate the possibility of establishing a government-to-government cooperation between the Jordan Ministry of Environment (and the Jordan Ministry of Health) and the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment (in order to exchange data and regulations concerning emissions for instance and building of the hospital waste incinerator).

Location

Amman

Executor

P. de Haas-Grielen

Theme/Sector

Waste management

Budget

€ 27,810

Project status

Implementation phase

Project activities

Result 1:

  • Discuss the needs and expectations of a study with the KHCC;
  • Survey the amounts of waste produced either per month or per year devided in categories of waste according to local and international legal regulations (this entails the collection and storage of the various categories and the actual treatment of the various categories);
  • Explore possible locations for the incinerator plant in the KHCC area;
  • Additional wishes from het technical staff of the KHCC.

Result 2:

  • Discuss the plans of the study with other public and private hospitals in Amman and neighbourhood.

Results 1&2:

  • Set up a new programme of requirements for a hospital waste incinerator which can be sent out as a tender to a selected number of manufactures/supplies;
  • Make a shortlist of manufactures/ suppliers and a selection to whom the request to tender will be sent.

 Result 3:

  • Establish relevant contacts within the Jordan Ministry of Environment (and the Ministry of Health);
  • Discuss the willingness of the Jordan Ministry(ies) to cooperate with the relevant Dutch Ministry regarding hospital waste in case of a positive result of the study.

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