Indiana Medical Waste DisposalIndiana is home to the famous Indianapolis 500, held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The speedway also hosted the first long-distance auto race in 1911. The first professional baseball game was played in Indiana; it was between the Cleveland Forest Cities and Indiana’s Ft. Wayne Kekiongas in 1871. Legends James Dean and David Letterman once called Indiana home. More than 100 species of trees are native to the state, including the vivid Red Maple and the Hemlock. The only man-made whitewater raceway in North America, the East Race Waterway, is in South Bend. Protect the beautiful “Hoosier State” from infectious waste. Talk to a hazardous waste management professional at Cyntox about medical waste disposal in Indiana and other services.
The State of Indiana Definition of Medical Waste:
Infectious waste means waste that epidemiologic evidence indicates is capable of transmitting a dangerous communicable disease. The term includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Contaminated sharps or contaminated objects that could potentially become contaminated sharps;
- Infectious biological cultures, infectious associated biologicals, and infectious agent stock;
- Pathological waste;
- Blood and blood products in liquid and semiliquid form;
- Laboratory animal carcasses, body parts, blood and body fluids in liquid and semiliquid form;
- Bedding of laboratory animals; and
- Other waste that has been intermingled with infectious waste.