Non-Contaminated Medical Waste
Non-infectious waste is hazardous even though there is no
exposure to infection. It still must be handled properly in
order to protect both the people handling it and the
environment; it should be packaged, transferred, and disposed
of in a controlled manner.
Non-infectious wastes listed below are potential hazards to
workers. These include toxic chemicals, cytotoxic drugs, and
1. Chemical Wastes
Chemical wastes include toxic chemicals and
flammable/explosive wastes. These wastes should be
properly classified at the time of collection in order
to avoid mixing chemicals that are incompatible.
Disposal of chemical wastes should be handled in
accordance with good safety practices and applicable
government regulations. The agencies involved with the
removal of these wastes should be informed of their
characteristics and hazards.
2. Radioactive Wastes
We generate no radioactive wastes.
Approved By Governing Board