Medical Waste Treatment Disposal System Research Project Milestone Achievement

“With the installation of the Ion Infusion Systems, we can begin biological waste stream simulant sterilization studies while awaiting final fabrication and installation of the Oxidation System to destroy pharmaceutical compounds.”

For Immediate Release

Release Date:
Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Knoxville, TN - Innovasan announces the successful completion of the Alpha 20 Mainframe Systems Integrity Test Program following final fabrication and assembly of the primary modular subassemblies responsible for fluid flow and process management. The Ion Infusion and Oxidation Systems, currently in fabrication, are the remaining modular sub-assemblies to be installed to complete the Alpha 20 Laboratory Model.

The Mainframe provides Alpha 20 with a variable throughput capacity enabling modeling of process methodology integration requirements for scalable, continuous flow medical waste volumes between 15 liters and 2,000 liters per hour.

"The Alpha 20 Mainframe completion is a significant achievement for our Project. With the installation of the Ion Infusion System, we can begin biological waste stream simulant sterilization studies while awaiting final fabrication and installation of the Oxidation System to destroy pharmaceutical compounds," explains Ellen Hubrig, President.

"Alpha 20 is being built to provide our Interceptor Waste Treatment System™ design team with the key Med-San™ Process parameters required to support design configuration and life cycle performance specifications currently being developed in a collaborative effort with the Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), Ft. Detrick, MD. The Alpha 20 Research Project embraces our vision of stakeholder participation, providing expert knowledge, to ensure that we build a product line that will meet the global market demand for a lightweight, energy efficient and affordable medical waste treatment system that can destroy both biological and pharmaceutical compounds with a safe discharge directly to the environment."