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NEW YORK, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Medical Waste Management - US Market Trends http://www.reportlinker.com/p0164254/Medical-Waste-Management---US-Market-Trends.html Waste generated by healthcare centers is increasingly becoming the topic of debate among lawmakers, citizen groups and social groups in the US. The waste generated is classified into two categories, namely General Waste and Regulated Medical Waste or Clinical Waste. Regulated Medical Waste includes waste that is harmful or has the potential to be harmful to human beings and ...
A hydroclave system which disposes of potentially hazardous medical waste will be installed on the grounds of the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH), a release from the hospital said. Over the years, the Ministry of Health has pursued a number of initiatives to improve healthcare waste management including through the recently passed Health Facilities Act, by developing National Medical Waste Policy Regulations for the Management of Medical Wastes generated by healthcare facilities and by designing a ‘National Healthcare Waste Management Guide-lines.’ According to the World Health ... Read More
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