PCB catches hospitals on wrong foot | Centre for Science and Environment


PCB catches hospitals on wrong foot

KOLKATA, April 16: The state pollution control board (PCB) has blown the lid off the handling of biomedical waste (BMW) at the state-run hospitals. Video footage and still photographs taken by PCB showed a shoddy job in handling biomedical waste at different hospitals. The hospitals used to claim everything was near-perfect, while the real picture was a stark contrast.
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