About 80% of biomedical waste is general waste, which does not require special treatment, if it is not contaminated with other infectious waste. Thus, segregation is the most important step in bio-medical waste management that reduces the risk as well as the cost of handling and disposal. As a result, we encourage our clients to segregate their waste at the source by providing them with five color coded containers for different category of waste: Red for anatomical and soiled waste, Yellow for solid waste apart from sharps and glasses, Black for glass products, Green for biodegradable general waste and Blue for non-biodegradable general waste. There will be a separate silver metallic container for sharps. Unless and until the waste is segregated, we don’t accept it.