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Biohazardous Waste Basics

Biohazardous Waste Basics A Guide for Handling & Disposal of Biological Wastes Generated in the UT Research & Diagnostic Service Environment Background & Regulatory Summary Biohazardous waste includes any waste item that is contaminated with a biological material that is an infectious disease ...


Environmental Health and Safety. 2809 Daley Drive. Ames, Iowa 50011-2660. Phone: 515 294-5359. www.ehs.iastate.edu. SHARPS AND BIOHAZARDOUS WASTE PROCEDURE

OPP MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY - SOP for Handling Spills of ...

US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pesticide Programs Office of Pesticide Programs Microbiology Laboratory Environmental Science Center, Ft. Meade, MD Standard Operating Procedure for Handling Spills of Biohazardous Material SOP Number: MB-13-03 Date Revised: 05-13-11

Biohazardous Waste Management at MSU

Biohazardous Waste Management at MSU This educational brochure is designed to assist you with the proper handling and disposal of biohazardous/medical waste.

Biological Waste Management Procedures for Indiana University ...

Biohazardous Solids (petri plates, culture flasks or bottles, plastic, or paper contaminated with biohazardous materials or BSL-1 recombinant DNA or ABSL-2 animal bedding) 1.

Biohazardous Waste Management Plan

Michigan State University Biohazardous Waste Management Plan Prepared by MSU Office of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Safety C120 Engineering Research Complex East Lansing, MI 48824-1326 Phone: 517 355-0153 Fax: 517 353-4871 July 1994/Revision 2000 This document has been prepared to provide ...

Policy and Procedure for Recombinant DNA/Biohazardous ...

1 Policy and Procedure for Recombinant DNA/Biohazardous Material Spills Originator: Department of Environmental Health and Safety Vice Presidents: Business Affairs and Research Issued: June 20, 2011 SUMMARY: The University of Louisville is required to report incidents involving recombinant DNA ...

Biohazardous and Medical Waste Disposal Guidelines

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Autoclaving Guidelines for Biohazardous Waste

What to do How to do it 1 Select appropriate containers/bags for autoclaving. For biohazardous dry materials: a. Use polypropylene bags or reusable containers.

Biohazardous (Non-UIHC) Waste Disposal Options

The University of Iowa Biohazardous (Non-UIHC) Waste Disposal Options Revised: 02/07/2006 The biohazardous waste management enterprise, currently managed by Facilities Management (FM), has stopped paying for the white biowaste cardboard boxes widely used in labs.