AWS Clinical Waste
AWS introduced biohazardous waste treatment by steam sterilisation to Australia in 1989 with a quarantine waste treatment system for Qantas at Brisbane Airport
Since 1989 AWS were the first to replace incinerators in Australia with its AWS quarantine treatment systems by steam sterilisation at seaports starting with its AWS onsite AWS quarantine waste treatment system at Gladstone port in 1992 to enable the clients to meet their legislative obligations and their requirements.
Since 1989 AWS has installed AWS quarantine waste treatment systems onsite at Sydney, Melbourne Cairns and Brisbane airports.
AWS were the first in Australia to successfully establish, manage and operate a treatment facility to steam sterilise hospital and quarantine waste in 1995 at Yatala with its own AWS clinical waste treatment systems using procedures and documentation approved by the then Queensland environmental protection agency, Daff and Queensland health. The facility had contracts with Queensland Health.
AWS was the first in Australia to install a clinical waste steriliser in a hospital powered by cogeneration waste heat at Redcliffe hospital in 1998 with its onsite AWS clinical waste treatment system.See more