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Sanitation is promoting health through prevention of human contact with the hazards of waste through proper hygeine. It is important in hospitals to prevent the spread of hospital acquired infection...

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[Series] Increasing value and reducing waste in biomedical research regulation and management

After identification of an important research question and selection of an appropriate study design, waste can arise from the regulation, governance, and management of biomedical research. Obtaining r...

Skyline Medical expands early access to its fluid waste management system through Attainia partnership

Skyline Medical is making it easier for hospitals and surgery centers to include waste management systems in new and renovated facilities.

National Institute of Health Remains Committed To Sustainable Medical Waste-to-Energy Technology

BALTIMORE, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Institute of Health ("NIH"), the nation's largest biomedical research institution, will utilize Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services (www.curtisbaymw...

Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services Acquires Waste Management Healthcare Solutions New England Customers And Turnkey Facility Assets

HAVERHILL, Mass., Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services (, a growing comprehensive medical waste service company, has acquired the Waste Management...

Study highlights situational complexities of picking up dog waste

There are 8 million dogs in the UK, which adds up to a lot of daily walks and potential for a lot of dog faeces to be left behind. Most dog walkers are happy and even proud to bag and bin their dog's...

UC San Francisco Collaborates with Verliant to Advance Waste Reclamation and Renewable Waste-Derived Energy

Verliant Sciences (“Verliant”), and the University of California, San Francisco (“UCSF”) have entered into a multi-year collaborative research and development agreement fo...

Denver Post features Colorado Medical Waste Inc.

There is a jar of harmless medical waste on the edge of Beverly Hanstrom's desk. The contents look like paper confetti, but the shredded strings of light blue were once disposable gloves immersed in t...

Greening the OR reduces waste by raising awareness

Health Facilities Management Magazine January 2014 The operating room (OR) generates an estimated 42 percent of a hospital's revenue, but it's also the source of 20 to 30 percent of a hospital's tota...

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Biomedical waste disposal: A systems analysis.

In view of the contemporary relevance of BMW Management, a system analysis of BMW management was conducted to ascertain the views of Service hospitals/HCE's on the current system in BMW management in-...

Vermicomposting in the management of pig-waste in Hong Kong.

The treatment and disposal of pig-waste in Hong Kong has received much attention in recent years but, following any of the presently used treatment processes, solids remain to be further stabilized. V...

Review of LCA studies of solid waste management systems - Part I: Lessons learned and perspectives.

The continuously increasing solid waste generation worldwide calls for management strategies that integrate concerns for environmental sustainability. By quantifying environmental impacts of systems,...

Waste management in the Irkutsk Region, Siberia, Russia: Environmental assessment of current practice focusing on landfilling.

The municipal waste management system of the region of Irkutsk is described and a life cycle assessment (LCA) performed to assess the environmental performance of the system. Annually about 500 000 to...

Review of LCA studies of solid waste management systems - Part II: Methodological guidance for a better practice.

Life cycle assessment (LCA) is increasingly used in waste management to identify strategies that prevent or minimise negative impacts on ecosystems, human health or natural resources. However, the qua...

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