Segunda unidad Envomed 80 instalada en el Centro Médico de la Universidad de Soroka
Following the successful performance of their first Envomed 80 on-site medical waste treatment solution, Soroka University Medical Center at the Clalit has called on the Envomed team to install a second unit.
Having been able to analyze the Envomed 80’s ability to treat sharp and infectious medical waste on-site in a sustainable way – whilst also reducing costs – over the past 6 months, the Soroka Center decided to double-down on their investment in a more sustainable future.
The Envomed team has been on-site over recent days to successfully install the second Envomed 80 unit.
David Segev, Envomed CEO commented: “The decision by the Soroka University Medical Center to invest in a second Envomed 80 unit, is the result of the exceptional performance of their first unit over the past 6 months.
We are incredibly proud that Soroka has been so satisfied with the Envomed 80 that they see the value in installing a second one, effectively doubling the savings for themselves and the environment.
We look forward to seeing the Soroka team continue to unlock these savings after the swift and successful installation of the second Envomed80 unit”.
About the Envomed 80
The Envomed 80 is a scientifically driven, onsite solution for Medical Waste treatment. Totally unique in the market today, the Envomed 80 shreds and sterilizes medical waste simultaneously, using a scientifically developed and proven technology which has the ability to sterilize medical waste to STAATT level IV. Offering an extremely powerful & environmentally friendly solution, the Envomed 80 can treat 80 litres of infectious and sharps medical waste in under 20 minutes.
Environmentally friendly, the Envomed 80 has a lower carbon footprint than alternative treatment solutions on the market today. It was developed by Maabarot Metal Works Ltd, a company with extensive technical knowledge and over 30 years’ experience in providing specialized industrial machinery.
Identifying the market’s need for efficient on-site medical waste treatment facilities, MMW made significant investments in R&D and engineered a solution that is revolutionary from economic, safety and environmental perspectives.
A non-compromise game changing solution, The Envomed 80 unit offers fully comprehensive validation using both the solid and liquid phases of real infectious waste, including the presence of protein, hemoglobin, carbohydrate, lipids and insoluble fibers.
Its sterilization process consistently demonstrates a 6 LOG10/ml bacterial spores’ reduction, which complies with STAATT level IV, according to the ISTAATT guidelines (both in the liquid and solid phases). Currently, the Envomed 80 is the only on-site medical waste treatment technology approved by the Israeli Ministry of Health due to the above comprehensive validation requirements.
About the Soroka University Medical Center at the Clalit
Soroka University Medical Center of the Clalit, is the second largest hospital in Israel and the only one in the Negev, which covers 60% of the geographical area of the country.
A tertiary center with approximately 1,000 hospital beds, Soroka provides medical services to the over one million residents of the region.
Soroka is leader in:
– the use of advanced technologies
– research and development
– nurturing human capital and protecting human dignity and rights