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Go Green Solutions, LLC offers medical waste disposal to Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, and Tennessee. Choose your medical waste company carefully by doing important research and asking the right questions. Check back here for more important tips!

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Thanks for your cooperation!The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) completed their annual inspection of all UCLA campus laboratories and clinic locations that generate medical waste and all accumulation sites on October 26-27, 2015. As usual, the inspectors were very thorough, spending two days inspecting our facilities and records. The CDPH inspectors were generally pleased…

1.Investigation: sources of beach washups in 1988. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Report. Albany, New York; 1988.2.US Environmental Protection Agency. Inventory of Medical Waste Beach Wash-ups, June-October 1988. Fairfax, Va: ICF Incorporated; 1989.3.O’Hara, KJ, Center for Marine Conservation. Trash on America’s Beaches: A National Assessment. Washington, DC: Center for Marine Conservation; 1989.4.Debenham, PYounger,…

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We all know that medical waste causes disease. Because it is a by-product of the provision of health care, it contains high amounts of disease-causing microorganisms (called pathogens) compared to household waste. These pathogens make medical waste very dangerous when released it is into the environment. Studies from the World Health Organization (WHO) report on…

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