Florida Medical Waste DisposalIf you live in Connecticut you likely appreciate the versatility of this southern New England state. Equidistant between New York City and Boston, many city commuters choose to live in the Connecticut suburbs. Others take a shorter drive to work into busy Hartford or New Haven. New Haven is home to Yale University and is nicknamed “Elm City” in honor of its being the first location of a public tree-growing program. Connecticut has enjoyed many firsts: first hamburger, first helicopter, first Polaroid camera, and first color television.
The State of Connecticut Definition of Medical Waste:
The State of Connecticut’s Definition of Medical Waste:
BMW is any infectious, pathological, and chemotherapy waste generated during the administration of human medical care or the performance of medical research involving humans or animals. BMW includes:
- Infectious waste (including sharps).
- Pathological waste.
- Chemotherapy waste.
- Mixed with a BMW.
- Disposable non-decontaminated reusable containers.