Biomedical Waste definition

Biomedical Waste means biomedical waste as defined in the Ontario Ministry of the Environment Guideline C-4 entitled “The Management of Biomedical Waste in Ontario” dated April 1994, as amended from time to time;
Biomedical Waste means whether solid or liquid, including but not limited to, any animal or human organ or part thereof, bone, muscle, or animal or human tissue or part thereof, used bandages, poultices, dressings, vials or any other similar material or substance which contains or may contain pathogenic micro-organisms or which may be hazardous or dangerous;
Biomedical Waste means biomedical waste as defined in “Guidelines for the Management of Biomedical Waste” established by the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) and dated February 1992.

Examples of Biomedical Waste in a sentence

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More Definitions of Biomedical Waste

Biomedical Waste means medical waste that requires proper handling and disposal because of environmental, aesthetic, and health and safety concerns as well as risks to human health and includes:
Biomedical Waste means, and is limited to, the following types of waste:
Biomedical Waste means and is limited to the following types of waste defined as "biomedical waste" in RCW 70.95K.010, as now or as hereafter amended: animal waste, biosafety level 4 disease waste, cultures and stocks, human blood and blood products, pathological waste, sharps waste and any other waste determined to be infectious by the generator's infection control staff or committee.
Biomedical Waste means any Solid Waste or wastes which may present a threat of infection to humans. The term includes, but is not limited to, non-liquid human tissue and body parts; laboratory and veterinary waste which contains human-disease-causing agents; used disposable sharps, human blood, and human blood products and body fluids; and other materials which, in the opinion of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, represent a significant risk of infection to persons outside the generating facility.
Biomedical Waste means any solid waste which contains pathological waste, biological waste, cultures, and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, contaminated animal carcasses (body parts, their bedding, and other waste from such animals), chemotherapy waste, discarded medical equipment and parts, not including expendable supplies and materials, which have not been decontaminated, as further defined in Rule 391-3-4-.15.
Biomedical Waste means Waste generated by human or animal health facilities, medical or veterinary research and teaching establishments, health care teaching establishments, clinical testing or research laboratories and facilities involved in the production or testing of vaccines as identified in the Hazardous Waste Regulation.
Biomedical Waste means medical waste that requires proper handling and disposal because of environmental, aesthetic, health or safety concerns and includes, but is not limited to: