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Tuesday, January 29 • 6:00pm - 9:00pm
(P31) Know Where It Should Go: Compliantly Disposing Infectious Waste

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AUTHORS. Nancy K. Businga, Wildlife Disease Specialist/Health Lab Manager - WM/Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Jim Fitzpatrick, CEO, Madison Environmental Resourcing Inc.

ABSTRACT. Poster targeted to Field Researchers and Park Rangers.Don't Throw These in the Trash Bin:- Needles- Lancets- Sharps- Scalpels- Used DartsDo Use a Certified Biohazard Disposal Company to:Incinerate Contaminated Research MaterialsProperly Dispose Discarded Needles Found in Public SpacesPickup and Mailback Options Available From Certifed Biohazard DIsposal Companies. Select A System that Provides Cradle-to-Grave Documentation.

Tuesday January 29, 2019 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Superior Ballroom CD

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