Infectious Medical Waste. INFECTIOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT. 1. Definition of infectious biohazard waste 2. Types of Infectious Waste 3. WV Bureau of Public Health License 4. Infectious Waste Disposal Plan for the MEB 5. Bloodborne pathogen standard (review)
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Section 3.9. Infectious Medical Waste is medical waste which is capable of producing an infectious disease.
paper towels, either from drying your hands after washing them or from wiping down the bench with a disinfectant
scalpel blade wrappers
Benchkote or any other bench protector
packaging materials such as cardboard, Styrofoam “peanuts”, etc.
paper (copy paper, etc. may be recycled in any of the large blue wheeled BFI bins on all floors and in the copy room)
pop cans (can be recycled in the blue bins)DON’T PUT NONINFECTIOUS ITEMS IN ORANGE BAGS