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Few things have changed the way solid waste has been managed in the United States more than the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Since its passage in 1970, RCRA, too, has been changed, including the addition of Subtitle D. This single piece of legislation has affected virtually every aspect of landfill man- agement, and the way Americans dispose of their solid waste. Waste Volumes Based on the best available information, the total amount of solid waste managed in non captive facilities in 1997 to 1998 was 437 million tons per year. This includes 102 million tons recycled, 299 million tons landfilled and 36 million ...
Health care wastes are among the most important waste management programs that state or city government should pay attention to. Health care wastes or HCW are objects both sharp and non-sharp, body parts, chemicals, drugs, medical devices and radioactive materials that health care institution dispose. In the United States about 7000 tons of waste everyday or 2 million tons annually is collected from hospitals and health clinics. Hospital wastes are mainly solid wastes. There are bio-hazardous materials, flammable and toxic materials. There are also radioactive or isotopes which very ... Read More
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