Medical waste is one of the most dangerous forms of hazardous waste. That means that it must be handled with extreme caution. When you are responsible for moving, storing, or disposing of medical waste, you must do everything you can… Read More
Dealing with medical waste is more dangerous than you might expect. That’s why it’s perfectly acceptable to work with an outsourced partner when you need to dispose of it. After all, as skilled and dedicated as your own workers are,… Read More
Dealing with medical waste disposal can be difficult and dangerous. That’s why you shouldn’t handle it alone. The laws and regulations regarding these measures are always changing, and you might not have the time to read up on them. Instead,… Read More
When you are responsible for disposing of medical waste, that refuse can come from several different sources. You will have to handle waste from hospitals, hospices, treatment centers, and dental clinics. With the proper disposal techniques, however, you can avoid… Read More
When you are dealing with pharmaceutical waste, there can be any number of associated risks depending on what you’re handling. What side effects will exposure have on your employees, visitors, and the surrounding environment? It’s entirely possible for this waste… Read More
Dealing with medical waste can be incredibly dangerous. However, there are ways to do it safely. Here are just a few ways that you can ensure that all the waste and other byproducts are stored and disposed of properly.
As someone who owns or is employed in a medical practice of some kind, you are probably quite busy with the day-to-day tasks of seeing and treating patients. The last thing you want to think about is medical waste and… Read More
Regardless of what industry your facility falls into, the pharmaceutical waste management requirements stated in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) remain the same. Managing pharmaceutical waste in nursing homes and long-term care facilities has its unique challenges. There… Read More