clinical waste disposal

clinical waste disposal

processes and policies for disposal of waste generated during a clinical episode, including contaminated waste and sharps disposal
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THE sentencing of a clinical waste disposal company accused of leaving human blood and tissue rotting in lorries was yesterday adjourned for two days.
He added: ``We've taken the view it would be inappropriate to have a residential development next to a clinical waste disposal plant.
A clinical waste disposal company was fined pounds 100,000 and ordered to pay more than pounds 114,000 costs yesterday for offences including leaving human body parts to rot in lorries.
A CLINICAL waste disposal company was fined pounds 100,000 yesterday for offences including leaving human waste to rot in lorries.
A spokeswoman for Lanarkshire Acute Hospitals Trust, who run Law Hospital, said: "An incident resulting in a serious breach of the trust's clinical waste disposal policy occurred this week.
The Board will also consider the option of supply packaging that includes a clinical waste disposal container as part of the packaging.
Kirklees also delivered a three-page letter explaining how to use the clinical waste disposal and informing Mr Leach that the first collection would take place on April 18.
We're also looking at niche markets, such as electronic waste and clinical waste disposal.
MORE than 200 jobs are saved after a North clinical waste disposal company is rescued from administration by an Irish rival.
Agency officers revealed how the waste disposal company, which has clinical waste disposal contracts for numerous NHS Trusts, loaded human tissue, used dressings and syringes into trailers and then left them in private lorry parks -- one of the trailers even oozed blood.
5m in new plant facilities and equipment that has provided an additional 18,000 tonnes of clinical waste disposal capacity.
Sir, - The second city cannot cope with clinical waste disposal during summers.

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