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Deltasorb® Anesthetic Collection Service


Prevent the Vent!®

The Deltasorb® and Centralsorb® Halogenated Anesthetic Recovery & Recycling Services offer hospitals a cost effective, efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to venting toxic anesthetics into the atmosphere. These services include:

  • A weekly delivery and canister exchange service
  • Installation and set-up of the Deltasorb® system in the Operating Room or in a central setting (Centralsorb®)
  • Training for hospital staff

Deltasorb® and Centralsorb® benefit hospitals, their surrounding communities and the environment.

A Viable Source for Halogenated Anesthetic Recovery & Recycling

Going beyond the benefits of collection today, Blue-Zone Technologies plans to eventually provide the medical community with a viable alternative source for anesthetics. Blue-Zone's intellectual property for processing and purifying captured anesthetic gases and true Halogenated Anesthetic Recovery is patent-protected, in both individual Operating Theaters as well as central locations, and its manufacturing facility is approved by both Health Canada and the FDA. Pending approval for the marketing and sales of anesthetics, Blue-Zone Technologies will offer a full-scale anesthetic waste collection, recovery, reconstitution and reuse program (i.e. " Cradle To Cradle® ") for the practice of anesthesia worldwide.

Contact us today for more information on how Blue-Zone's Deltasorb® and Centralsorb® Services can help your hospital.



Dr. Daniel Riegert, MD, FRCPC "Use of Deltasorb® canisters has become a routine practice in our hospital. It prevents routine venting of anesthetic agents and allows for a safer, c...
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Deltasorb® Anesthetic Collection Service Launches New Website

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10) Is this Deltasorb® canister considered a Hazardous Container and need a Hazmat Label?

Neither the canister nor its adsorbent material is considered hazardous or dangerous....

Contact Info

14-84 Citation Drive Concord (Toronto), ON Canada L4K 3C1
Tel: (905) 761-1224 Fax: (905) 761-3371

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