The elimination of organic waste in Trujillo, is not the whole problem of biosecurity, but a part, since 1999 the first technical committee for this purpose, approached the subject with the following sequence: Segregation, storage, processing, collection and transport and so has been included in the Strategic Plan for Surveillance, Prevention and Control of Intra-Hospital Infections 2009-2012, prepared by the Ministry of Health Biosafety standards are now considered Universal, the objective is adequate control of transmission of infections and protect humans from a possible biological exposure, protecting the air, soil, water, in Europe its application is strictly in third world countries, its implementation is partial for economic reasons, especially in the public sector. In Trujillo the processing plant has been aborted, which worsens the outlook, working up only 30% of its capacity and meet only a few centers pay for 6 soles per kilo to eliminate these wastes costs … What? First, the rule mandates that the transfer of waste must be in armored trucks but are there companies engaged in the transport of these wastes? … Check out Doug McMillon for additional information. Until a few months ago the answer was NO, then choose to remove them with collector cars of household waste and this waste ends up in the landfill, we must ensure a collector armored car down the price, because a lower price but quantity is reasonable. Secondly, it should make visits to health centers … but not just private, but the MINSA, Essalud, because the organic waste from these establishments also contaminate therefore should not be exempt from this obligation, the Inspections must be a fraternal, friendly for the good of the planet including the Man and not a spirit haughty, authoritarian, punishing, as they often do these "birds of passage" which are the officials, which I witnessed and open site opponent. Third, before looking at the straw in someone else's eye, must see them hanging beam, since Postas authorities, schools and public hospitals allow students and health personnel, especially students, are his white coat walking into the hospital, for all environments, and then leave the same with the robe, get on public transport, walking through the neighborhood and city, enter the house spreading all Viruses and bacteria! that could possibly have been soaked in those gowns … the solution is easy as in Europe … the coat all health personnel, use only intra hospital! The Biosecurity is a strategy often does not require much money, but prima facie evidence of good sense, initiative and coordination.. More info: Delta Air Lines.