Monthly Archives: October 2015

Maryland Hospitals Biohazard Waste

No Maryland hospital, not even world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital , earned a top score under a new, simplified ranking system for patient satisfaction released Thursday by federal health care authorities. Source: No Maryland hospital gets five stars under new federal rating system Maryland hospitals and biohazard waste disposal and management.… Read more »

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North Carolina Needle Disposal

North Carolina Needle Disposal North Carolina needle disposal and sharps management. There are several safe disposal options for North Carolina Healthcare practices that require sharps, needle and other biohazard waste to be managed in North Carolina. Secure Waste needle disposal offers a safe, confidential and cost-effective medical waste disposal to… Read more »

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District Of Columbia Biohazard Disposal

Biohazard Disposal District Of Columbia Biohazard – Medical – Sharps Management Biohazard and medical waste disposal in the District of Columbia – Washington D.C. New rules in the District of Columbia require in 2015 all medical waste transporters to be licensed and permitted by DCRA. All District of Columbia transporters… Read more »

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Medical waste found near Bowie Town Center – Maryland Medical Waste

Maryland medical waste found in BOWIE, Maryland. 7 On Your Side has been investigating how medical waste that appeared to include dried blood, IVs, and even a diaper wound up on the side of a major road Tuesday.ABC7 found the medical waste along Route 197(Collington Road) in Bowie after receiving… Read more »

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2 Hospitals Face DNREC Hazardous Waste Fines

2 hospitals face DNREC hazardous waste fines September 28, 2015 Delaware Free News Bayhealth Kent General Hospital in Dover (Photo: Google maps)DOVER, DELAWARE (9/28/2015) Two Delaware hospitals are facing fines for violation of hazardous waste laws, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today.Bayhealth Kent General Hospital in… Read more »

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Maryland Medical Waste Management

Maryland medical waste management and medical waste disposal, are you looking? Look no further – we are the local authority in Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. on medical waste disposal, biohazard disposal and recycling in Maryland. We are a true full service medical waste disposal management company. Source: Maryland Medical… Read more »

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Sharps Disposal Virginia

Sharps Disposal Virginia Sharps Needle Disposal | Biohazard Disposal | Medical Waste Welcome to Sharps Disposal Virginia we are the authority on sharps needle waste disposal in Virginia. We are a small group of privately owned biohazard waste transporters servicing Maryland, Virginia & Washington DC. We have a proven track record… Read more »

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11 Tips for Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Maryland

Best Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Maryland Maryland Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal, if you are a Maryland healthcare provider, this article is for you! Pharma Haz Waste is going to be what regulated medical waste was in 1988. If you work in a doctor’s office, hospital, clinic, surgical center, or other healthcare facility… Read more »

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Safety and Health Topics | Hazardous Drugs

Worker exposure to hazardous drugs has been identified by OSHA as a problem of increasing health concern. Preparation, administration, manufacturing, and disposal of hazardous medications may expose hundreds of thousands of workers, principally in healthcare facilities and the pharmaceutical industry, to potentially significant workplace levels of these chemicals. Antineoplastic cytotoxic… Read more »

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Supreme Court: Big Pharma must pay!

OAKLAND — A groundbreaking law that forces the pharmaceutical industry to pay for collection and disposal of unused drugs passed its final court test Tuesday, and the Alameda County officials who originated the concept predicted it will now spread across the country. Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to… Read more »

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