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biohazard waste disposal

When it comes to workplace dangers, few occupations can hold a candle to biohazard disposal. Medical janitors, crime scene workers, and others who have to handle human remains and waste carry out one of the nation’s most important duties, safeguarding the public from an array of potentially deadly health threats. Those same health threats, however, […]

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crime scene clean up

There are a few different ways that you can approach something as delicate as crime scene clean up. For the most part, people tend to want to get it over and done with as quickly as possible. Though doing it yourself might seem like a logical thing, it can also prove to be very difficult. […]

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Hoarder Cleaning Services: The Best Methods

Posted on 07/07/2017 by Advanced Bio in Blog

hoarder cleaning services

When cleaning the home of a hoarder, cleaning services should be understanding, respectful, and informed. Discover the best methods for cleaning a hoarder’s home. Hoarder Cleaning Services Do’s and Don’ts About 1% of the United States population have a hoarding disorder. Hoarding disorder is a pattern of compulsive behavior in which a person collects and […]

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the type of waste in most landfills is

Our landfills are a major part of our society. They help to contain the waste that we produce every day, help to keep our streets and homes clean, and help to keep us healthy. There are a large range of items that make their way to the landfill and many are not what you might […]

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Medical Waste vs. Regular Solid Waste

Posted on 20/06/2017 by Advanced Bio in Blog

medical waste disposal

If you’re in the medical business, medical waste disposal is a big part of what you do. It is important to learn how to dispose of medical waste the right way. Medical waste disposal is big business. In the United States, hospitals, doctor’s offices, and other medical facilities are expected to spend about $3.2 billion […]

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biohazard container

3TV | CBS 5 From 3TV/CBS 5: By Derek Staahl Inside your neighbor’s trash bin, there could several weeks’ worth of loose syringes, needles and other medical sharps that carry the potential of transferring life-altering diseases. It may be frowned upon, but in Arizona, that’s not against the law. The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality […]

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Within medical workplaces, there are many guidelines and regulations to which all staff must adhere. Especially regarding medical waste, pharmaceutical waste, dental waste and other biohazard waste, these regulations are into place to protect employees and patients and to prevent the spread of potentially harmful pathogens and diseases. Medical facilities, pharmaceutical companies, dental practices and […]

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5 Safe Practices for Medical Waste

Posted on 29/07/2015 by Advanced Bio in Blog

Every medical facility that generates medical waste – from pharmaceuticals to needles and from mercury-containing materials to blood – must follow the rules of their State to dispose of these potentially life-threatening materials.  Here are 5 safe practices for medical offices to follow. Put “sharps” in containers engineered for them. Sharps are anything sharp.  You […]

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Red Bag Medical Waste Management

Posted on 19/02/2015 by Advanced Bio in Blog

Proper medical waste management is important, especially as their are specific government-mandated guidelines that must be followed in every business to avoid the spread of contamination and to protect patients and employees. Proper medical waste management begins with an understanding of what constitutes infectious material and biohazard waste. It involves proper training and knowledge about […]

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5 Reasons to Outsource Medical Waste Management

Posted on 20/01/2015 by Advanced Bio in Blog

There are quite a few reasons why you should outsource your company’s medical waste management procedures. One of the wisest reasons is that professional Phoenix med waste disposal companies are aware of all of the specific, local and federal guidelines regarding medical waste disposal, biohazard cleanup and decontamination procedures. The laws regarding these procedures can change sometimes, […]

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