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February , 2017
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Odisha keeps keen eye on biomedical waste facility in hospitals

Source: The New Indian Express, Date: February , 2017

The New Indian Express, New Delhi, Feb 2017 : With the State extending the biomedical waste management programme to all Government-run hospitals, the health facilities have been asked to obtain authorisation from the Odisha State Pollution Control Board (OSPCB) for disposal of waste in an organised way. While earlier the waste management facility was available in three medical college and hospitals, Shishu Bhavan, Capital Hospital, Rourkela Government Hospital (RGH) and all district headquarters hospitals (DHHs), now it is provided to all 27 sub-divisional hospitals, 79 area hospitals and 377 CHCs besides 1,226 PHCs.

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