ECODAS has developed an innovative, closed, and fully automated system that sterilizes Regulated Medical Waste (RMW), reduces its volume by 80 %, and renders its components unrecognizable. Our patented process combines shredding and direct pressurized heated steam all in one enclosed system achieving complete sterilization of infectious materials. The final treated waste is harmless, unrecognizable, and safe for disposal, just like ordinary municipal waste. Our medical waste disposal solution consists first of shredding, which permits steam penetration and ensures that all waste is in direct contact with the sterilizing steam. Then we utilize superheated steam (138°C/280°F) under high pressure (3.5 bars/51 psi) to destroy all forms of microbial life. This is a simple, efficient and cost effective operation to convert contaminated medical materials into harmless municipal waste.

The ECODAS SYSTEMS were designed to handle a large variety of regulated medical waste, including hospital and laboratory waste, liquid and solid medical waste, human and animal blood specimens, sharps and pathological waste, cultures and stocks, as well as any other waste listed in local, state and federal regulations as medical waste. Given the machines’ versatility, the ECODAS SYSTEMS can provide wide usage for healthcare providers such as private and public hospitals, laboratories, large service providers, and off site treatment centers. 







  • Rapid training for operators
  • Fully automated batch process
  • Low maintenance system
  • Equipped with safety system
  • Shredding and sterilization are enclosed in a compact system
  • No intermediate waste handling
  • The waste is rendered un-reusable
  • Pre-shredding permits effective sterilization to the core of the waste
  • 80% waste volume reduction
  • Temperature monitoring of treated waste
  • Clean and environmentally friendly technology
  • No hazardous emissions
  • Chemical-free process
  • No radiation
  • Allows on-site treatment of waste
  • Easy to install on hospital sites: no external transport needed for waste treatment.
  • Cost reduction in treatment and management of potentially infectious waste.
  • Reduces the waste producer’s liability created by off-site treatment process Short pay back period

1. Loading
2. Crushing
3. Heating
4. Sterilization
5. Cooling
6. Drain
7. & 8. Unloading


A customized after-sales support that can be provided upon request by ECODAS technical support team or by our distributors and partners’ qualified service technicians.


The quality management of ECODAS systems is executed following ISO 9001 : 2008 standards (click to view document)

ECODAS Systems are designed and manufactured in accordance with the following norms (click to view document):

American : ASME (the American Society Mechanical Engineers)

Chinese : MLSE

European : CE

Japanese : MHLW (Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare)





The ECODAS process has been tested by the Pasteur Institute and approved under the supervision of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of the Environment by the French Higher Council of Public Health (click to view document):

T100 permit issued according to the circular of March 1, 2013

T150 permit issued according to the circular of July 9, 2008

T300 permit issued according to the circular of January 8, 1996

T1000 permit issued according to the circular of July 15, 1994

T2000 permit issued according to the circular of August 19, 1998


The ECODAS process was also evaluated and tested by the WNWN International Inc, in the USA; reviewed and approved by* (click to view document):

The State of ARIZONA Department of Environmental Quality

The State of ARKANZAS Department of Health (ADH)

The State of CALIFORNIA Department of Health

The State of FLORIDA Bureau of Community Environmental Health

The State of MICHIGAN Department of Environmental Quality

The State of NEW YORK Department of Health (DOH)

The State of OHIO Environmental Protection Agency

The State of TEXAS State Health Services

*Non-exhaustive list

The ECODAS process is recognized and accepted by the Ministries of Health and Environment of the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Ghana, Greece, Guadeloupe, Honduras, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Rep. Kosovo, Kuwait, Kursditan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Mauritania, Mayotte, Mexico, Morocco, New Caledonia, Nigeria, Palestine, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Reunion Island, Romania, Russia, Saint Lucia, Saint Pierre & Miquelon, Senegal, Slovakia, Spain, Sudan, Sultanate of Oman, Syria, Rep. Tcheck, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam.