Under the Act adopted in 1986 by the Ministry of the Environment and Forestry, which notified in July 1998 the rules on biomedical waste (management and handling), it is the obligation of any “besäherers” (in the case of AIIMS, the Director, AIIMS), i.e. to take all the steps taken by a person who controls the facility or its premises; ensure that the waste generated is treated without adverse effects on human health and the environment. (e) establish a barcode system for bags or containers containing biomedical waste intended for disposal; Withdrawing from this carefully crafted contract can mean that more than half of the monthly fee is paid for the rest of the contract. Considering that doctors must look for alternative ways to properly dispose of their waste, it often becomes unrealistic to bear these termination fees. 11. Biomedical waste management: by CBWTF If contracts bring little or no benefit to doctors, what are viable alternatives to the disposal of all waste? The best way to circumvent contracts is a waste management contract in medical facilities, which is an agreement to use the services of a serious, legal and safe medical waste management company. This company offers the same service, but doctors are not bound by long-term medical contracts and they are not subject to heavy financial penalties for ending waste management services in medical facilities…