regulated waste

reg·u·la·ted waste

(reg'yū-lā-tĕd wāst)
Refuse, often contaminated with infectious materials, which must be discarded according to specified regulations and guidelines.

regulated waste,

n refuse material made up of or contaminated by saliva, blood, or tissue (including teeth). Such waste includes contaminated sharp instruments as well as any solid waste materials that have been soaked or covered by the contaminants. Also called
infectious waste.
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The County of Manatee, Florida requires the services of a Vendor for the collection and removal, on an "As Required Basis", of used oil and various types of other non DOT regulated waste products (i.
Warning labels shall be affixed to containers of regulated waste, refrigerators and freezers containing blood or other potentially infectious material; and other containers used to store, transport or ship blood or other potentially infectious materials, except as provided in paragraph (g)(1)(i)(E), (F) and (G).
Suddes admitted a charge of operating a regulated waste facility without a permit.
Stericycle) announced its acquisition of PSC Environmental Services, LLC (PSC Environmental), a leading provider of environmental and regulated waste management solutions for $275 million.
Ransom worked closely with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, as the PCB-impacted equipment, debris, and flooring was considered a regulated waste under the United States Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA).
G R Shorthouse Limited, pleaded guilty at Kidderminster Magistrates' Court to operating a regulated waste facility without an environmental permit.
Contact with hazardous materials and regulated waste is a common risk for contractors who are legally liable for proper classification of material, labeling and disposal.
provides a complete range of services for industrial and municipal customers needing to dispose of hazardous and regulated waste.
The system provides centralised and strictly regulated waste collection facilities for approved users and prevents unauthorised dumping of waste.
Mr Sandbrook added: "To tackle fly-tipping head-on we have to challenge behaviour and ensure that both commercial practices and householders are aware that any waste they have is passed on to a regulated waste carrier.
Without using the term pipebursting, this appears pipebursting and pipe reaming cause remnants of AC pipe to be in the category of regulated waste.
The modern technology provides the facility for regulated waste collection at central refuse points, the Centre announced on Sunday.