Medical waste is subject to collection, use, neutralization, placement, storage, transportation, accounting and disposal in accordance with the procedure established by legislation in the field of ensuring the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population.
And here the main problem begins. Waste "B", "C", and "D" really have their own specifics, should be disposed of and disposed of according to the requirements of epidemiological and radiation legislation.
But the waste of class " A " and " G " actually represents waste that coincides with the waste of production and consumption and is provided for by the Federal Classification Catalog of Waste.
Usually, medical waste includes all types of waste, including anatomical, pathologic-anatomical, biochemical, microbiological and physiological, formed in the process of carrying out medical activities and pharmaceutical activities, activities for the production of medicines and medical products.
Today, the responsibility for incorrect waste management (storage, transportation, disposal, etc.) is constantly growing. Legislation in different countries provides for various penalties, both for organizations and for individuals, which are constantly being tightened.
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