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.
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The analyst notes that the weakness in the company's Communications and Related Services segment was offset by improving growth trends in Information Destruction and improvement in the Regulated Waste segment.
When nurses work to recycle and segregate waste properly, the overall costs of waste management can be lowered by many thousands of dollars each year, while at the same time reducing risks posed by regulated waste materials.
It can cost up to 10 times as much for waste disposal in states that have very regulated waste streams, he said.
The new regulations will lead to much more regulatory intensive treatment for the material, since the new regulations treat surplus construction material as a regulated waste. Although there are provisions to allow the beneficial re-use of such materials in certain circumstances, via pre-determined beneficial re-use determinations for other solid waste, it is the generator's responsibility to make advance determinations prior to removal of the surplus construction material and obtain DEC's pre-approval.
Air Cycle and its two decades of experience in the industry will join the TerraCycle Regulated Waste business unit.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 5, 2018-TerraCycle Acquires Air Cycle to Expand Regulated Waste Disposal Solutions
(85.) Mindful of Manure: Federal Court Decides Cow Pies Could Be Regulated Waste, Taft (July 30, 2013), http://www.taftlaw.com/news/publications/detail/1084-mindful-of-manurefederal-court-decides-cow-pies- could-be-regulated-waste [https://perma.cc/V4GR-4QAG] (commenting on the court's denial of the dairy's motion to dismiss in 2013).
"Nuclear waste is the most regulated waste in the history of mankind," Barrett said.
Other components of the rule include proper containment of regulated medical waste, identification of regulated waste containers, sharps disposal boxes, and periodic employee training regarding all of those things.
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).
Empty anesthetic bottles are not considered to be regulated waste. They may be discarded with ordinary trash or recycled.
Suddes admitted a charge of operating a regulated waste facility without a permit.