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Disinfected

Decreased the number of microorganisms on or in an object.
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VA inspectors found that the equipment used for the prostate biopsies was being cleaned and disinfected after each procedure, but some equipment was not being scrubbed by a brush after each use.
The land is to be planted with alfalfa that would be irrigated with treated, disinfected effluent.
Previously, Parry Sound simply drew its water from Georgian Bay and disinfected it.
Call to disinfect THE Commandments call for all vehicles to be cleansed and thoroughly disinfected when leaving farms, particularly tyres and wheel-arches.
Linda Williams, HSE chief agricultural inspector, said: "Since April one person has been killed and another seriously injured in falls through roofs on farms being disinfected.
lHorseboxes to be washed and disinfected before leaving through wheel-bath.
No amount of microwaving disinfected plastic boards.
At minimum, these surfaces need to be cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis to prevent the spread of germs.
GLENDALE - Drinking water from a treatment plant supplying Burbank and Glendale is being disinfected with a different process to ensure it meets new health guidelines, and a second treatment plant is slated to be retrofitted in 2009.
Recommended guidelines include using camping or other enclosed shelters that are rodent infested only after they have been cleaned and disinfected, pitching tents or placing sleeping bags away from areas in proximity to rodent feces and/or burrows, and using tents with floors or raising the sleeping bag at least twelve inches above the ground.