Bertin Medical Waste is part of Bertin Technologies, subsidiary of CNIM Group.
ABOUT BERTIN TECHNOLOGIESA CNIM GROUP COMPANY
BERTIN TECHNOLOGIES, subsidiary of CNIM Group, relies on its long history of innovative engineering to develop, produce and market systems and instruments worldwide. Among its 450 employees, there are 2/3 engineers and high-level managers. Its 2020 turnover amounts to 78 million euros. Based in Paris Region, the company is active worldwide with offices over the 5 continents. Bertin Technologies is committed to putting industrial innovation at the service of software, systems and products for dedicated markets: Nuclear & Radioprotection, Defense & Security, Health & Life Sciences, Space & Big Science.
Its solutions for infectious waste treatment and radiological surveillance are represented through the BERTIN MEDICAL WASTE brand. The Sterilwave range, including accessories and services, allows for a safe and efficient treatment of potentially hazardous waste, that can be directly performed on-site, where the waste was produced, as recommended by WHO. Bertin Medical Waste also offers radioactivity detection instruments for the surveillance and monitoring of medical waste, thanks to Saphymo’s expertise, leader in ionizing radiation detection. www.bertin-medical-waste.com Founded in 1856, CNIM is a French equipment manufacturer and industrial contractor operating on a worldwide basis. The Group provides its products and services to major public and private sector organizations, local authorities and national governments in Environment, Energy, Defense, and High Technology markets. Technological innovation is at the core of equipment and services designed and manufactured by the Group. They contribute to produce cleaner and more competitive energy, to limit environmental impacts of industrial activities, to secure sensitive facilities and infrastructures, and to protect individuals and nationstates. CNIM is listed on the Euronext exchange in Paris. It relies on a stable family-based majority shareholding structure committed to its development. The Group employs 2,706 people and had 2020 revenues of €632.9 million in 2020, 47.8 % of which was from exports. www.cnim.com