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STERIPLUS™ SYSTEMS

The solution for on-site infectious waste treatment

The treatment of biomedical waste with infectious risks is now a real public health and environmental problem on a global scale.

Limit the risk

In order to avoid the risks associated with the storage, transport and disposal of hospital and laboratory waste with infectious risks, Tesalys has developed the STERIPLUS™ and STERISHRED® range.

An environmentally friendly treatment

Tesalys equipment is designed to shred and decontaminate infectious waste by a 135°C steam injection, allowing the on-site treatment of infectious waste in an efficient and environmentally friendly way.

The advantages of the STERIPLUS™ and STERISHRED® systems:

ON-SITE TREATMENT

Compact and ergonomic design, easy to deploy and use, conceived to neutralize the risk of infection as close as possible to the place where the waste is generated.

SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED

Proven decontamination technology (steam sterilization at 135°C) with microbiological efficiency and shredding performance scientifically tested and certified by independent organizations.

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

Positive environmental impact: alternative to incineration, reduction of CO2 emissions, 65%-80% waste volume reduction.

Technology

Reduction of 8log10 of contamination
Integrated steam generator
Exhaust air filtration
Infectious waste loading chamber
TESASHRED™ patented shredder
Shredded waste size < 30mm
Unloading door for decontaminated waste

448

machines installed

63

countries

8064

tons of infectious waste treated per year

8960

Teq CO2* avoided per year
*Ton CO2 equivalent

96%

of the shredded material is recyclable / recoverable

8log10

99.999999% microbiological efficiency

87%

of the value is Made in France

For who?

Hospitals

Each hospital or clinic must implement a waste management procedure to handle the various types of waste generated.

MEDICAL CENTERS

The quantity of biohazardous waste generated is light to moderate and there is a tendency to minimize the risk that this waste represents.

HEMODIALYSIS CENTERS

Implementing a waste segregation and disposal procedure for biohazardous waste is essential in preventing nosocomial infection

LABORATORIES /RESEARCH

Research and analysis activities produce waste with a particularly high risk of infection due to the presence of pathogens.

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL RISKS

The management of infectious waste during epidemic episodes (Covid-19, Ebola, etc.) is a public health challenge.