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This is the latest generation and the state-of-the-art in medical and bio-hazardous disposal. 

It incorporates four decades of development, refinements to proven designs, and other innovations that result in high efficiencies and unequalled reliability.

in Operation for 20 years!

The photos here are of an earlier version of the same machine that has been operating now for 20 years at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados.

Red bag waste from the Hospital ready for disposal, Hoskinson Combustor in the background

Red bag waste is raised hydraulically and dumped into the feeder, which is then rammed into the Combustor

Extreme temperatures destroy the waste and pathogens completely.  This is an open observation door showing the combustion process underway.

The photos below show the Hoskinson machine from the rear.  The feeder compartment has a hydraulically operated hatch that closes after the waste is dumped into the feeder.   Easy access for regular inspections into the main chamber via the door at the rear of the machine