October 2016

dental amalgam waste

Dental Waste: Amalgam

Storing and disposing of dental amalgam waste is governed by a stringent set of laws. Part of a dentist’s job is emphasizing preventative care: brushing teeth twice a day, regular flossing, and visiting the dental chair twice a year for professional cleanings and checkups. Beyond the basic care, dentists also perform fillings, many made up

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Barbershops and Medical Waste? The Hazardous Truth

Medical waste is produced within a number of industries, even those that are least expected, including airports, tattoo parlors and even barbershops. Aside from medical counterparts, hazardous waste is produced by facilities from the least expected places. Whether it’s airports or tattoo parlors, the less-common industries are still held to the same standards and regulations

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