WI Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals have new disposal regulations and Wisconsin healthcare facilities must follow them. They are part of sweeping changes to WI DNR hazardous waste management rules that took effect on September 1, 2020.The majority of the WI hazardous...
Download this free poster: DON’T FLUSH HAZARDOUS PHARMACEUTICALS. It's a helpful reminder to healthcare staff to follow the EPA Sewer Ban, which went into effect August 21, 2019. By now, no one should pour any hazardous pharmaceuticals down the drain. It doesn't...
Iowa healthcare facilities must follow new EPA disposal guidelines regarding hazardous waste pharmaceuticals
Healthcare facilities have long disposed of hazardous pharmaceutical waste by flushing it down the drain or toilet. No more, says the EPA. Effective August 21, 2019, the EPA Sewer Ban will require facilities to find an alternative means of disposing RCRA hazardous pharmaceutical waste, such as through a licensed treatment facility like MERI. If you work for or manage a healthcare facility, here’s what you need to know to get in compliance with the new EPA Sewer Ban.
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