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    Business Listing   Biological Medical Waste Services Inc - Curtis Bay, MD - Phone: (410) 437-6590


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    Helpful Definition for: Medical Waste Management


    Medical Waste, in Curtis Bay, refers to used bandages, syringes, etc, which are disposed off in clinics, hospitals, labs, etc. Since medical waste contains infectious germs, disposing medical waste is a big concern with the hospitals as well as the government. It is, hence, stipulated that such waste should not be disposed off in open spaces, causing harm and endangering lives of people around. The process of 'autoclave' is used to dispose waste. In this process, waste is sterilized under pressure and steam. The medical waste which is produced from radioactive materials is known as hazardous waste. It is very important to dispose hazardous wastes appropriately. Serious harm can be caused if an individual is exposed to radioactive waste. Medical Waste Tracking Act of 1988 explains how medical waste needs to be handled. This act provides a list of waste that needs to be considered as medical waste. The act also elaborates on how to dispose the medical waste and what are the steps involved in disposing it . This law proves to be of great assistance to public. Some of the methods used to manage and dispose medical waste are chemical disinfection, sterilization, etc, while they ensure a germ-free environment to a large extent.

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