The companies of ETLog Health are working in the Environmental & Technical Hospital Infection Control sector (ETHIC). While the company ETLog Health EnviroTech & Logistics GmbH focuses on technological solutions, the subsidiary ETLog Health Consulting GmbH is primarily active in the international consulting sector. The goal of our companies is above all to contribute to the sustained transfer of knowledge in hospital hygiene, sterilization services, integrated waste and waste water management for healthcare facilities, for disposal companies and for governmental institutions. ETLog Health mainly operates in the areas:

Development and establishment of district, provincial and national healthcare waste disposal concepts, as well as the set up of national healthcare waste development plans.

Institutional strengthening and capacity building in ETHIC. Training courses on healthcare waste & waste water, cleaning, infection control, injection safety, bio-safety and the management of Central Sterile Supply Departments (CSSD) incl. ToT (Training of the Trainer). Adapted training programs for primary, secondary and tertiary level hospitals.

Consulting and engineering for secondary health services in the fields of environmental health, hygiene, injection safety, sterilization, waste, water and waste water management

Development, tendering, commissioning, testing, start-up and implementing of sustainable central, de-central or in-house solutions for healthcare waste management, waste water treatment and disposal logistics.

Technical & Engineering consulting, needs analysis, building design, equipment planning, tendering services and supervision of civil works and installation for infection control, healthcare waste, waste water and the logistics sector.

Consultancy for contracting and privatization of healthcare waste and ETHIC services. Developing and implementation of OBA (Output Based Aid) concepts. Over the past years, ETLog Health has been appointed to conduct consulting services for nearly 100 internationally recognized healthcare waste projects in more than 40 countries, mainly in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Caribbean and Asia. Latest projects were carried out in:

  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Indonesia
  • Kenya
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Liberia
  • Russian Federation
  • Mongolia
  • Romania
  • St. Lucia
  • South Sudan
  • Tajikistan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam

ETLog Health is one of the leading German companies in the field of international ETHIC Projects. ETLog Health is the leading European company for donor financed healthcare waste management and treatment projects. We are one of the few companies in the world who is able to deliver environmentally and economically sound solutions for healthcare waste from cradle-to-grave.

We planned, tendered, commissioned and put into operation nearly one hundred treatment systems for the treatment of bio-hazardous waste all over the world. We supervised the set up of small in-house solutions and solutions on district and provincial level, incinerator systems as well as alternative treatment systems.

The staffs of ETLog Health are acknowledged experts in infection control and waste
management for the healthcare sector and are regularly deployed by national and
international organizations. ETLog Health maintains an in-house pool of professionals and
experts with extensive working experience in the field of healthcare waste and hospital
hygiene. All consultants have obtained university degrees from universities in EC countries.
ETLog Health focus is to provide expertise and counsel rather than resources. The company
is experienced in the formation of teams with partners, clients and their staff, to jointly take a
project from inception to implementation. Through this philosophy ETLog Health has been
able to achieve identifiable client benefits in the most economical manner all over the world.

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