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Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules 2016- (Ministry of Environment and Forests) (27 Mar 2016)



The government has heralded the Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules 2016 as bringing a sea change in the way bio-medical waste will be managed in the country. Saliently, the new Rules rope in a wider gamut of healthcare activity and propagate training and immunisation for healthcare workers. The Rules also attempt consolidation of waste disposal activities within a certain radius by prohibiting generators of bio-medical waste from setting up an on-site treatment if such a facility is available within a 75 km radius.

Relevant : New rules to change waste disposal in India MANU/PIBU/0351/2016 Bio-Medical Waste Rules 1998 MANU/ENVT/0024/1998


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