Biomedical Waste Recovery and Disposal
Stakeholders will find the straightforward approach in the below linked chapters refreshing and the examples clear and to the point. Not only can you or your company meet continuing education needs, compliance, and learn about OSHA Standards, but you will also be exposed to a diverse project portfolio included in the case studies.
Federal Regulations and Standards
In the 1970’s, waste disposal legislation was poor or non-existent. The 1965 Solid Waste Disposal Act encouraged states to develop waste management programs. The Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act had required installation of pollution control devises.
These Acts did not directly dictate where the waste was supposed to go nor the processing of the waste prior to disposal.
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The economics surrounding cleaning and restoring an environment affected by a traumatic event not only include the inputs required to complete these projects but also the pressures of the environment that impede progress towards project completion.
Inputs such as labor, chemicals, regulated biohazard medical waste, equipment, personal protective equipment, and conventional waste are relatively easy to track and to communicate during the accounting process.
In both the direct and indirect assessment of traumatic event remediation, there are unknowns to those assessing the environment.
These unknowns include but are not limited to the extent of the contamination plume penetration through layers of material, the difficult task of odor removal in a structure or vehicle, the volume of affected material...