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biohazard

[′bī·ō‚haz·ərd]
(biology)
Any biological agent or condition that presents a hazard to life.
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In response to these events, Congress passed the Medical Waste Tracking Act, (1) a law that required hospitals to establish a cradle-to-grave waste tracking system both for chemical and biohazard waste streams.
Biohazard play the HMV Institute in Birmingham on Thursday, February 2.
The cleaners enter the premise expected but discretely, and effectively remove contaminates and biohazards that could otherwise result in infectious disease.
The radiation caution label is necessary because the blood cannot be disposed of with other biohazard waste, but the radiation must decay first before it is put in the waste stream.
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team is compliant with all state and federal mandates that regulate biohazard removal.
Because the Clean Air Act will make it necessary to include scrubbers on incinerators by the end of this year, she says, more and more facilities will find it necessary to pay for the removal of used pads as a biohazard, at a cost of a third to a half-dollar per pound.
Jones, along with Snoop Dogg, Biohazard and Korn were the first to receive Barth's amazing Elite Diamond Club Cards.
Different sizes of Biohazard Cabinets--suitable for use with Biosafety Levels 1, 2, and 3 per CDC/NIH and NCR criteria--offer standard features like hinged eyelid, audible alarm, lab service valve, ball-type drain valve, stainless-steel work surface, as well as many others.
A leak-resistant carrier and leak-resistant liners are also available with biohazard symbol imprints and are economical to replace if contaminated.
The Sunshine Canyon Landfill Citizen Advisory Committee asked state and county health regulators Thursday to come up with draft procedures detailing when and who can open red biohazard bags that might contain medical waste.
A San Fernando Valley school was placing garbage in red biohazard bags and a church secretary ordered the biohazard bags for trash collection because she thought they were attractive.