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disposable

Nursing adjective Referring to that which is discarded or disposed of noun An item used in health care-related Pt contact which is discarded after use–eg masks, gloves, gowns, needles, paper products, syringes, wipes. See Biohazardous waste.

disposable

(di-spō′ză-bĕl)
Designed to be used once and discarded and not reused or recycled.
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An international treaty to ban chemical weapons, effective from last year, calls on countries to dispose of their chemical arms by 2007.
But Gilbert said Los Angeles must look beyond its own limits to dispose of waste - both biosolids and trash - because land is increasingly limited and permitting is increasingly difficult in the densely populated urban areas.
And one of the most pressing research concerns involves finding ways to dispose safely of the rapidly accumulating stores of diffuse NORM.
At present, Antelope Valley residents have to wait for one of the semiannual waste roundups to dispose of their household wastes.
The issues involved when a taxpayer disposes of either a portion of his or her mutual fund holdings or his or her entire interest underscore the importance of maintaining good records.
HOUSTON -- As more digital camera models hit the market, it's creating an environmental problem for film developers, who've got to dispose of the hazardous chemicals left over after those photographs are developed, which is proving valuable to Reno, Nev.
Demolition work i pollutant disposal, remove and dispose of 1 500 m 2 of suspended ceilings (including insulation kmf), 2 800 m 2 break off the floor structure and dispose of it (cement screed, mastic asphalt, insulation, linoleum, tiles), dismantle and dispose of 4 200 m 2 masonry and plasterboard walls, dismantle and dispose of 200 door elements 6 st.
The chief minister had directed a team to visit central jail Peshawar, arrange hearing and dispose of petty nature cases.
Instead, the beneficiary can dispose of a FLP (or an LLC) interest (which is not the same as disposing of the replacement property) without triggering Sec.
Another concern is that non-profits and schools, often the recipients of donated computers, don't have the financial resources to properly dispose of these materials at the end of their lives.
Palmdale residents can dispose of old oil and oil filters from 6 a.
agency set up by Congress to dispose of some $500 billion of assets that was folded into the FDIC last December.