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Medical Waste Disposal Guide

Overview Medical waste can come from multiple facilities, especially in the health sector. Since it contains harmful and infectious components, it is certainly one of the more challenging types of waste to dispose of. That is why you can use this medical waste disposal guide, to stay on top of medical waste disposal management, and

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How To Dispose Of Fluorescent Tubes

Fluorescent tubes are more energy-efficient and cost-effective compared to incandescent bulbs and are used in many homes and businesses. They generally last anywhere between 15,000 to 20,000 hours. Fluorescent lights must be disposed of or recycled properly because they contain mercury. Unlike chemicals that are visible or that emit a strong odor, when mercury is

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Hazardous Waste Disposal Guide

Not all waste are made equal. That is, some are easy to dispose of, while some require special handling and are covered by stricter laws and specific regulations. In this article, we will put our focus on hazardous waste and how to dispose of them properly. What are hazardous wastes? As a rule of thumb,

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Hazardous Waste Definition & Identification

Introduction The world produces about 13 tons of hazardous waste per second. This kind of modern human-produced waste must be treated, stored, and disposed of effectively to preserve planet Earth for future generations.  Humans are constantly creating such toxic waste. The amount that’s produced is based on the scope of different human activities, including industrial,

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How Long Does Coronavirus Last?

Millions of positive cases and countless thousands of dollars poured into scientific research, thus far, the world has just begun to slowly understand the Novel Coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2 Virus or COVID-19) virus and the diseases it causes. In fact, what started as a respiratory illness has now recently been discovered to affect not only the lungs

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Solid Waste Incineration

It’s common knowledge that the global accumulation of waste is a long-term environmental threat for future generations.  We haven’t found the perfect way to dispose of all of our waste. There are, however, existing technologies that allow us to manage our waste more effectively. One of the best examples of these is responsible solid waste

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Household Hazardous Waste

Correct disposal of household hazardous waste is vital in ensuring a healthy home for our families. Looking beyond our own homes and communities, however, proper management of household hazardous waste also helps preserve the overall quality of our groundwater, lakes, and streams – all of which affect not just human health but also of our

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Lysol & Coronavirus Info

Disinfectants and cleaning agents were among the products which quickly sold-out when the World Health Organization released the official announcement that we are amidst a global pandemic. However, worryingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have noted an increase in calls to poison centers due to the misuse of these chemicals since the

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Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act

We all know what happens when we destroy our environment. So, taking care of it is everyone’s responsibility. Naturally, the U.S. government enacted laws to ensure maximum environmental protection and the CERCLA Act, commonly known as “Superfund, is one such example. To put simply, the CERCLA Act regulates the control and management of hazardous and

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