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Do You Classify These Products As Hazardous Medical Wastes?

Medical Waste Disposal is mostly regulated and controlled by state agencies in the USA, but now, even the federal agencies have taken the matter into their hands. No wonder, they have come up with lots of local laws relating medical wastes. In many such cases, people usually get confused about the elements which are to […]

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How Modern Medical Waste Management Practices Are A Boon For Us

If you wish to get hazardous waste disposal in Raleigh or anywhere else, now you have innumerable proficient agencies to help you out. Most of these are fully licensed, bonded, insured, and take an absolute liability of the wastes they undertake. And needless to mention, all of these facilities could be grouped under modern medical […]

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Why Glass (Even Unbroken) Is Considered A Form Of Sharps Waste

As per the definition- ‘Sharps waste is defined as a kind of medical waste that is capable of piercing the human body and causing lots of fatal contaminations due to it.’ No doubt, the syringes, the needles, lancets, connection needles and auto-injectors are some products which fall into this category and then fall into the […]

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The Worst And Costliest Medical Waste Management Mistakes Ever

If you run a healthcare center, you would undoubtedly be dealing with a large amount of medical waste- every single day. And away from human healthcare, there are hoards of other facilities too which generate a considerable amount of human waste. For instance, vet clinics, funeral homes, tattoo parlors and even regular houses are some […]

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Use These Simple Steps To Turn The OSHA Training’s Effective

For those of you who do not have an idea about it- OSHA is an acronym that stands for ‘Occupational Safety and Health Administration’. OSHA training a kind of teaching program meant for healthcare workers and their employers, no matter how big or small their working unit tends to be. And though you might call […]

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Medical Wastes: What To Do And What Not To Do

It’s such a pity that even years after formulation of specific regulations for effective disposal of hazardous medical wastes, people are still not aware of even the basics. For instance, if you run a healthcare center or are even a part of it, biomedical waste management could be quite overwhelming. In the midst of innumerable […]

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Baltimore Medical

Baltimore Medical Waste Disposal

Baltimore Medical Waste Disposal & Biohazard Removal Maryland Baltimore medical waste disposal, looking for affordable medical and biohazard waste disposal in Baltimore, Maryland? Contact Secure Waste today for the #1 Baltimore hazardous and biohazardous waste removal services.

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State Beach

State Beach Finds Medical Waste

A  State beach finds medical waste in California, after an extensive clean-up and reviews from the health department, it re-opens. Read more… Los Angeles County public health officials on Sunday reopened Dockweiler State Beach, which had been closed for four days after medical waste washed ashore and prompted concerns about bacteria levels in the water. Source: Dockweiler […]

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Troubled Medical

Troubled medical waste disposal firm Stericycle to hold Bronx public hearing

A medical waste management company being investigated for polluting the air in Utah will soon have to answer to the Bronx. Stericycle, the country’s largest disposer of medical waste and the target of three criminal probes by Utah’s state government, will appeal to South Bronx residents at a public hearing next week as it seeks […]

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EPA

EPA Proposes RCRA Rules Easing Standards for Pharmaceutical Wastes

EPA Proposes RCRA Rules Easing Standards for Pharmaceutical Wastes and Revising Generator Standards By Chris Bryant Senior Regulatory Analyst Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. EPA on August 31, 2015, proposed two rules under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) that would alter fundamentally the hazardous waste regulatory program. One rule eases the standards for healthcare […]

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