waste management

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waste man·age·ment

(wāst manăj-mĕnt)
Administration of activities that provide safe collection, transport, processing, recycling or disposal of potentially hazardous waste products (i.e. needles, tissue specimens).

waste management,

n protocol for the safe disposal of waste products, such as needles, tissue specimens, and instruments used in dental procedures.
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Whereas Black and Fawcett's book is likely to appeal to a wider audience, Morgan's practical do-it-yourself approach is likely to especially interest persons involved in sanitation engineering.
Building expenditure ordinarily refers to carpentry work, painting, tile work, heating-ventilation sanitation engineering, etc.