"Recently, there has been an increase in the public concern about the management of medical waste on a global basis. Medical wastes are considered as a special category of waste because they pose potential human health and environmental risks, as they contain sharps, human tissues or body parts, discarded plastic materials contaminated with blood, discarded medical equipment, and other infectious materials. About 15–25% (by weight) of medical waste is infectious materials. Despite the fact that current medical waste management practices vary from hospital to hospital, the concerning problems are similar for all hospitals and at all stages of management, including segregation, collection, packaging, storage, transport, treatment and disposal. Improper management of medical wastes could cause environmental pollution, unpleasant odors, and growth of insects, rodents and worms. Subsequently, it may lead to transmission of diseases like typhoid, cholera, and hepatitis through injuries from sharps contaminated with human blood. Waste management involves practices that range from segragation, collection, packaging, storage, transport, treatment, to disposal of human generated waste. OMICS Group that firmly believes in the concept “The right to information is Universal” offers high standard manual translation of scientific articles and abstracts from author’s native language to English or from English to any other world’s language, such as Spanish, French and German. Authors from the field of Waste Management are offered a solution to overcome linguistic barriers by using the newly launched OMICS Translation Services, to reach a greater audience worldwide. "

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