Disposing of Regulated Waste
Stericycle disposes of coast-to-coast biohazard waste disposal following biohazard cleanup or regular medical waste disposal service.
During a crime scene cleanup it's best to begin disinfecting early and clean as work progresses. In the final steps of biohazard cleanup, disinfecting takes place on a global scale within soiled rooms.
Whe it comes to regulated waste, feces cleanup does not concern me.
Here's how I tell if something is regulated waste:
Regulated waste is any of the following:
- – Fluid or or semisolid blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM)
- – Blood polluted objects with enough blood inside to release blood when compressed
- – Stuff with caked blood dried by time or otherwise may become airborne -- aerosolized.
- – Sharps soiled by blood
- – Pathological and microbiological wastes polluted by blood or OPIM
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