University of Florida Biological/Biomedical Waste Training. Biological Safety Office Environmental Health & Safety 352-392-1591 www.ehs.ufl.edu [email protected] Sharon Judge, PhD Associate Biosafety Officer. Biological vs. Biomedical Waste.
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University of Florida Biological/Biomedical Waste Training
Biological Safety Office
Environmental Health & Safety
Sharon Judge, PhD
Associate Biosafety Officer
CLEAR autoclave Bags (Fisher 01-826-6) with approval of the Biosafety office
Properly inactivated biological waste can be disposed of in the trash…but….
No red bags
No sharps boxes
Nothing with a biohazard warning label
Place in a labeled bag or bucket and keep in areas where biohazards are used