Depreciation of biomedical waste hazards: A solar based approach Biomedical waste has currently emerged as a matter of contention of much public concern, by virtue of its expanding and detrimental effects on public health. Breakneck development in biomedicaltechnology, the proliferations of disposal supplies resulted to tremendous expansion in the volume ofbiomedical waste produced. The treatment and disposal of biomedical waste has become an issue of growing concern due to its potential environmental hazards. Prevailing techniques are electrically powered; unfortunately many developing nations do not have technology to operate such. Utilizing renewable energy, a solar thermal autoclave aids remote health care’s an inexpensive and reliable way to sterilize equipment.