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Many alarmed citizens have recently voiced concerns about the dangers of bio hazardous waste permeating the streets, especially from drug users. Though an RMW management service can’t eliminate all bio-hazardous waste from occurring, they can help keep regulated medical waste…

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The U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has come up with a new proposal to modify the existing standards, which will consequently help to lower the release of dental amalgam waste in our environment. The EPA projects that after the new…

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Reuters’ recent report about the challenges of medical waste disposal in the face of Ebola (“U.S. Hospitals Unprepared to Handle Ebola Waste”) is cause for alarm for any medical waste management provider.  As reported in the article, Emory University’s staff was…

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As the current Ebola crises in West Africa continue to escalate, we’ve been fielding a lot of questions from clients concerned about medical waste management for Ebola patients.  Primarily, we’ve been hearing that hospital managers are unaware of official protocol,…

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Safely managing medical waste disposal should not be the contentious point it often is when communities are called on to allow facilities to open in their midst. With the tight regulation that is standard in the United States these facilities…

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