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Solutions for the disposal of
hospital and airport solid waste


Paolo Cavalieri and Neutel: a winning partnership

In 2020, Neutel searched for top industrial partners that could be served by telemetry and remote control technologies.
Among the various possibilities we investigated, we found a number of good reasons to start a partnership in the field of hospital solid waste sterilization.
The first, is that the father of this technology, Paolo Cavalieri, invented and built these systems with the attention to detail of those who know how to generate excellence, aware that this technology is built for a noble purpose, arising from a global need. These systems are considered by third parties to be the best internationally, with a degree of reliability and efficiency above all expectations.
Paolo Cavalieri is a superlative engineer who has built systems that, taken collectively, treat more than 45,000 tons of hospital waste per year, ¾ of the entire Italian production, with rigorous predictive maintenance processes, with down times close to zero.
Last but not least, Paolo Cavalieri's technology lends itself well to a technological evolution that can lead to large-scale monitoring of waste management and the creation of conditions for the management of block-chain sterilization processes.
To sterilize, while being certain that the process has taken place, supported by incontrovertible evidence that the bacterial and, in some cases, viral charge of the waste is effectively reduced to zero, allows the reduction of risk of death in hospital wards, still unacceptable even for highly advanced countries.
This is why today Neutel is proud to be the partner company of a leader in the field, who has turned a need and a technology into true excellence.

Neutel, thanks to the collaboration with Dr. Paolo Cavalieri  proposes practical and economical solutions for the sterilization of waste, offering a valid alternative to the incinerator for a series of advantageous reasons summarized as follows:

  • Treatment near the place of production: reduction of biological risk, reduction of road transport and environmental contamination risks;

  • Immediate and safe treatment: reduces the risk of spreading pathogens;

  • Sustainable cost of the treatment;

  • Low investment when compared with other solutions;

  • Short delivery times compared to other solutions;

  • Reduction by 40%  of the initial volume;

  • Final product:  sterile fuel derived from CSS waste with high calorific value;

  • Multiple choices of final disposal of the sterilized waste: incinerators, gasifiers, cement factories.

The pandemic has highlighted a series of cracks in the system and strong risks linked to incorrect management that determine the urgency in the application of technologies that can halt infectious phenomena, principally caused by solid hospital waste and waste generated at ports and airports.


In different ways and modes, these places present phenomena of:

  • Presence of drug-resistant bacteria, as well as a number of pathogens that are concentrated in hospital waste;

  • Transmission and propagation of infections, bacteria and viruses which can very quickly have a high spread rate;

  • Failure to isolate viruses that otherwise could be confined, but which require, as in the case of the pandemic, new vaccines to be eradicated.

This is why the elimination of these viruses and bacteria in the points closest to their generation, through the specific treatment of the waste, is the only route to combat the phenomenon in a concrete and effective way.


We deal with the study, construction and management of sterilizers because we believe that they can be the primary element for managing generalized infectious problems that have not spared even the countries with the most advanced level of development.



Hospitals - Ports - Airports

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Gasifiers - Waste-to-energy plants - Cement factories

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