Description of impactTudor et al.'s research was cited in a report on Best Environmental Management Practice for the Waste Management Sector, a document 'intended to support the environmental improvement efforts of all organisations dealing with waste management by providing guidance on best practices' (p. 15). The document, which is designed as a 'working tool', draws on the university's research into the incineration of health-care waste. The information from this report was later developed into an interactive website for Green Best Practice in Europe.
Stakeholders/BeneficiariesEuropean Commission, Waste Management Professionals, Policy Makers
How have research outputs led to this impact?The research examined how healthcare waste is generated and managed in the United Kingdom, with a focus on waste produced by the National Health Service. The report specifically cited aspects of the research focused on the incineration of healthcare waste.
|Impact date||May 2018|
|Category of impact||Environmental impacts, 06: Clean Water and Sanitation (UN SDG), 13: Climate Action (UN SDG)|
|Impact level||Mid Stage Impact|
Documents & Links
An overview of arisings and large-scale treatment technologies for healthcare waste in the United Kingdom
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › peer-review