Index of Newsletter Articles & Issues

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Article
Issue
January 2, 2015 Deadline to Implement Hazardous Drug Control Plan is ApproachingVol 16 Iss 2 Summer 2014
Do Your Clinics Transport Dangerous Waste to you Hospital for Disposal? Whose Responsibility is the Waste?Vol 16 Iss 2 Summer 2014
U.S. Pharmacopeia Proposes New Chapter 800: Hazardous Drugs - Handling in Healthcare SettingsVol 16 Iss 2 Summer 2014
Pollution Prevention Planning: What is it and When do you have to Prepare a Pollution Prevention Plan?Vol 16 Iss 2 Summer 2014
Hospitals Pairing Infection Control Knowledge and Environmental Services Skills to Reduce InfectionVol 16 Iss 2 Summer 2014
2012 NFPA Life Safety Code May Require Carbon Monoxide Monitoring in Your HospitalVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
Most Hospitals Have Embraced Pharmaceutical Waste ManagementVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
King County Drug Take-Back Program Draws Industry IreVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
Becton, Dickinson Orchestrating Effort in Congress to Pass Federal Legislation to Protect Healthcare Workers from Exposure to Hazardous DrugsVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
UV Light Robots Used to Combat C. Diff & MRSAVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
Waste Container Labels Still Vexing HospitalsVol 16 Iss 1 Spring 2014
Got Formalin? GHS Will Impact the Signage for It and Many Other ProductsVol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Step 1: Designating Your Dangerous WasteVol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Most Common Pharmaceutical Waste Program Citation: Proper Waste Container LabelingVol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Hazardous Drug Program Templates Now Available for Pharmacies, Veterinary & Health Care ClinicsVol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Your Class II Type A2 BSC May be Acceptable Under the HDRVol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
When Is a Syringe Empty?Vol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Code Orange: How Does Your Facility Respond to a HazMat Spill?Vol 15 Iss 4 Winter 2013
Keeping Track of Your Facility's Pharmaceutical Waste Management ProgramVol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Hazardous Drug Control Plan Draft Templates AvailableVol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Need Dangerous Waste Training? We Can Provide It.Vol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Wondering if Your Facility is a Small or Medium Quantity Generator of Dangerous Waste?Vol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Amending Your Hazard Communication Program for the Globally Harmonized System of Chemical LabelingVol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Code Orange HazMat Spill Training: L&I Has GuidelinesVol 15 Iss 3 Fall 2013
Which Jobs Should You Assess for Your Facility's Hazardous Drug Control Plan?Vol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
CRE: The New Superbug Plaguing Hospitals & PatientsVol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
Stericycle Adopts New Protocol for CJD Infected WasteVol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
Ecology Targeting Clinical Instruments that Discharge Effluent Directly to the Sewer Without Pre-TreatmentVol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
Using Resert XL HLD or Rapacide PA in Endoscopy? - Both wastes must be neutralized before discharge to the sewerVol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
L&I Delays Implementation of Hazardous Drug RuleVol 15 Iss 2 Summer 2013
DEA Proposes Rule for Expanded Options to Collect CSs from Users for Secure DestructionVol 15 Iss 1 Spring 2013
Not All Anesthesia Gas Dryers Designate As Special WasteVol 15 Iss 1 Spring 2013
Formalin Alternatives: Joint Commission Pushes Hospitals to Reduce Formalin UseVol 15 Iss 1 Spring 2013
Medical Surveillance Guidelines Released by NIOSH Will Not be Incorporated into the Hazardous Drug Rule for NowVol 15 Iss 1 Spring 2013
Arthroscopic Epinephrine Irrigation Solution Captured by Neptune is Merely Liquid WasteVol 15 Iss 1 Spring 2013
Ecology Reversal: SQGs Can Once Again Treat Dangerous Waste Onsite Without PenaltyVol 14 Iss 4 Winter 2012
Clean Teams - Housekeepers & Epidemiologists - Can Dramatically the Incidence of Nosocomial InfectionsVol 14 Iss 4 Winter 2012
More on Common HazWaste Inspection ViolationsVol 14 Iss 4 Winter 2012
13 Months to Implementation: Hazardous Drug Advisory Committee Building PlansVol 14 Iss 4 Winter 2012
Dentist's Offices, Physician's Offices & Other SQGs: What to Do with Unwanted Drugs?Vol 14 Iss 3 Fall 2012
Managing Wrappers, Vials & Containers that Once Contained P-Listed PharmaceuticalsVol 14 Iss 3 Fall 2012
NIOSH Issues New Hazardous Drug ListVol 14 Iss 3 Fall 2012
Complying with OSHA's Adoption of the Globally Harmonized System within the Hazard Communication StandardVol 14 Iss 3 Fall 2012
Large Quantity Generators Must Conduct Dangerous Waste Training for StaffVol 14 Iss 3 Fall 2012
Hazard Assessment Is Key to Tailoring Hazardous Drug Program to Each Healthcare FacilityVol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
Tier Two Report Refresher: Do You Report?Vol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
Contract Lab Waste May Be Your Healthcare Facility's ResponsibilityVol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
Household Pharmaceutical Take-Back Programs: Pitfalls Amid the GoodwillVol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
ONS Chemotherapy Drug Spill Training May Be Enough in WashingtonVol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
Free Dangerous Waste Training ModulesVol 14 Iss 2 Summer 2012
Hazardous Drugs Rule is on the StreetVol 14 iss 1 Spring 2012
Sewering Slide Stain Washes: When You Can and When You Can'tVol 14 iss 1 Spring 2012
Disposal of Bulk Beckman-Coulter Analyzer ReagentsVol 14 iss 1 Spring 2012
Cutting Operating Costs by Reducing WasteVol 14 iss 1 Spring 2012
Wasting Narcotics: Just What is Allowed and Recommended by DEA and Washington EcologyVol 13 iss 4 Winter 2011
Managing Patient Urine/Chemo WasteVol 13 iss 4 Winter 2011
Hospitalwastemgmt.com Has a New Look!Vol 13 iss 4 Winter 2011
Storing Flammable MaterialsVol 13 iss 4 Winter 2011
Most Common Ecology Inspection Citation? Labeling!Vol 13 iss 4 Winter 2011
Small Quantity Generators That Treat Dangerous Waste Onsite Could Lose Their SQG StatusVol 13 iss 3 Fall 2011
Excellent Free Online Databases Make Searches for Chemical Toxicity EasierVol 13 iss 3 Fall 2011
Training in Dangerous Waste ManagementVol 13 iss 3 Fall 2011
Crushing Used Fluorescent Lamps: Ecology Recommends Recycling InsteadVol 13 iss 3 Fall 2011
Hazardous Drug ManagementVol 13 iss 3 Fall 2011
DNV Accreditation Gaining Ground Among US HospitalsVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
L&I Creating New Hazardous Drug RuleVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
Ophthalmic Epi-BSS Exempt from P042 Waste CodeVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
Safety Council Seminar on Workplace Violence in Health-care, Code Silver Response & Active Shooter ResponseVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
Healthcare Facilities Embrace Green TeamsVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
How Critical Access Hospitals Are Regulated GeneratorsVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
New Interpretation of Formalin Spills by L&IVol 13 iss 2 Summer 2011
Transporting Dangerous Waste as an SQGVol 13 iss 1 Spring 2011
Transporting Regulated Medical Waste from your FacilityVol 13 iss 1 Spring 2011
Small Formalin Spills Designate as Incidental ReleasesVol 13 iss 1 Spring 2011
Transporting Pharmaceutical Waste as an SQGVol 13 iss 1 Spring 2011
Ecology Launches Online Tier Two Reporting SystemVol 13 iss 1 Spring 2011
Co-Mingle or Segregate Pharmaceutical Waste?Vol 12 iss 4 Winter 2010
Glass Slide Stain Washing: Managing a Fine PointVol 12 iss 4 Winter 2010
Considering a Community Pharmaceutical Take-Back?Vol 12 iss 4 Winter 2010
Globally Harmonized System of Chemical ClassificationVol 12 iss 4 Winter 2010
How is a HazMat not a Hazardous or Dangerous Waste?Vol 12 iss 4 Winter 2010
Response Training for Chemotherapy Drug SpillsVol 12 iss 3 Fall 2010
Epinephrine Syringes & Pens Designate as Dual WasteVol 12 iss 3 Fall 2010
EPA Proposes BMPS for Unused PharmaceuticalsVol 12 iss 3 Fall 2010
CDC's Strategic National Stockpile of Medical SuppliesVol 12 iss 3 Fall 2010
Healthcare Staff Who Sign Hazardous Waste Manifests Require DOT TrainingVol 12 iss 3 Fall 2010
Pharmaceutical Waste Management Gains MomentumVol 12 iss 2 Summer 2010
NY Cites Hospital for Improper Management of Pharmaceutical WasteVol 12 iss 2 Summer 2010
Does Your Hospital Accept Waste from a Nearby Clinic or Medical Group?Vol 12 iss 2 Summer 2010
Risk In A Can: Hexane is a Neurotoxin Present in Many AerosolsVol 12 iss 2 Summer 2010
Epinephrine: The Waste That Makes Many Washington Hospitals Large Quantity Generators of Dangerous WasteVol 12 iss 1 Spring 2010
Kansas Hospitals Fined by EPA for Hazardous Waste Management ViolationsVol 12 iss 1 Spring 2010
Expiring H1N1 & Seasonal Flu Vaccines Designate as Toxic Dangerous WasteVol 12 iss 1 Spring 2010
Colorado Declares All Pharma Material Returned to Reverse Distributors is WasteVol 12 iss 1 Spring 2010
Joint Commission Asking for Hazardous Materials Risk AssessmentVol 12 iss 1 Spring 2010
Ecology Proposes Tougher GHG Rule than FedsVol 11 iss 4 Winter 2009
EPA Modifies Medical Waste Incinerator RegulationsVol 11 iss 4 Winter 2009
Increasing use of Tl-201 Making Detection of "Hot" Tubs More Difficult for HospitalsVol 11 iss 4 Winter 2009
Electrolyzed Water Solutions as Safe Effective Cleaning & Sanitizing AgentsVol 11 iss 4 Winter 2009
FCC Public Notice Complicates Use of Amateur Radio During Disaster ExercisesVol 11 iss 4 Winter 2009
Your HazComm Program and L&I InvestigationsVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
Patients May Force Emergency Response TrainingVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
Ecology Clarifies Pharmaceutical Dual Waste IssueVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
EPA's Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting RuleVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
New UST Operator Training GuidelinesVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
Drug Patch DisposalVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
Decon Training Video Available to HospitalsVol 11 iss 3 Fall 2009
DOSH Hospital Inspections: What They Look LikeVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
Endoscope Reprocessors Allow OPA to be DeactivatedVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
Pharm Waste: When to Co-Mingle & When to SegregateVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
Free EPP Webinar on June 11thVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
New DOT Regulations for Spent Battery PackagingVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
DOH Inspections Henceforth UnannouncedVol 11 iss 2 Summer 2009
Emergency Code Colors Are ChangingVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Want to Get a Handle on Waste Costs? Benchmark!Vol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Past Hospital Waste Issues Are on the InternetVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Ecology Report DeadlinesVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Safety Council Seminar on Incident & Unified CommandVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Endoscopy OPA Waste Throwing Some Small Hospitals Into Medium Quantity Generator StatusVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Chemotherapy Drug Waste ManagementVol 11 iss 1 Spring 2009
Ecology Enforces Tier Two Reporting for Onsite Diesel Storage in HospitalsVol 10 iss 4 Winter 2008
WSHA Approves Statewide Standardization EffortsVol 10 iss 4 Winter 2008
WA Legislature Considers Bill to Require Pharmaceutical Firms to Establish Residential Take-Back ProgramsVol 10 iss 4 Winter 2008
WSHA Pushes for Standard Emergency Code Colors for Hospitals StatewideVol 10 iss 4 Winter 2008
Ecology Pharmaceutical Waste Webinar Re-CapVol 10 iss 4 Winter 2008
Hospitals Adjusting to More Agency InspectionsVol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
OPA May Be More Dangerous Than SuspectedVol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
Group Health Closes Eastside Hospital, Opens Two Vol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
Joint Commission's Stand on MSDS DatabasesVol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
Practice Greenhealth's Waste Data Tracking ToolVol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
EPA Fines California VA Hospital for RCRA ViolationsVol 10 iss 3 Fall 2008
Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital Cited/Fined for Formalin ViolationsVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
Managing FormalinVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
Ecology Releases Final Interim Enforcement Policy: Pharmaceutical Waste in HealthcareVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
Getting Started Managing Your Facility's Pharmaceutical Waste: A Primer for the ConfusedVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
EPA Extends Syringe Residue Exclusion to all P- and U-Listed Drugs, But Doesn't Apply Until Ecology AgreesVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
ASPR Grant Money For HazMat Training AvailableVol 10 iss 2 Summer 2008
Epinephrine Management: Sorting Out an Extremely Hazardous WasteVol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Nitroglycerin Management: A CorrectionVol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Ethylene Oxide Sterilizer Emissions Final Rule from EPAVol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Does Your Hospital Use In-House Staff to Clean Up HazMat Spills?Vol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Homeland Security Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Report Should Affect HospitalsVol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Do You Know Your Facility's Hazardous Materials?Vol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Washington Board of Pharmacy Expected to Adopt USP 797 in June 2008Vol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Pharmaceutical Waste Policy to be Finalized in March by EcologyVol 10 iss 1 Spring 2008
Stericycle Returning Radioactive Medical Waste ContainersVol 9 iss 4 Winter 2007
U.S. EPA De-Lists Medical Epinephrine Salt Solutions, But Washington Ecology Unlikely to Agree with FedsVol 9 iss 4 Winter 2007
Have All of Your EOC Information At Your FingertipsVol 9 iss 4 Winter 2007
Homeland Security: A National Strategy for Public Health and Medical PreparednessVol 9 iss 4 Winter 2007
Homeland Security's Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Reporting Will Affect Some Washington HospitalsVol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
Past Hospital Waste Issues and Articles are Available on the InternetVol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
NIMS Is The New Coin of The Realm: Are You Using It At Your Facility?Vol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
Pharmaceutical Waste Policy Not Finalized By EcologyVol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
A Blue Wrap AlternativeVol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
Simple Practices Can Reduce Nosocomial Infections, But CDC is Resisting ChangeVol 9 iss 3 Fall 2007
Pharmaceutical Waste Management: Round IIVol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Pharmaceutical Waste Management ConferencesVol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Properly Segregating Waste Reduces Injuries and Pathogen ExposureVol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Correction: UW's Medical Waste Treatment SystemVol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Planning Smart to Reduce Regulated Medical WasteVol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Pharmaceutical Waste Containers: How Many, What Kind and What Goes Into Them?Vol 9 iss 2 Summer 2007
Managing Medical Waste Onsite: New Options & SavingsVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
New HazMat Emergency Response Manual for Washington State Hospitals AvailableVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
Total Reclaim Will Pick Up Spent Bulbs in Eastern WAVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
California Dept. of Health Approves Sanitec Technology for Onsite Pathology Waste TreatmentVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
FEMA's Online Training for All Emergency Preparedness ManagersVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
Want to Find Other Articles on Healthcare Waste Management?Vol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
Unwanted Medications Pilot Return ProgramVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
Colorado De-Lists Medical Forms of Epinephrine as P042 Acutely Hazardous WasteVol 9 iss 1 Spring 2007
HICS National Work Group Completes Final Incorpora-tion of NIMSVol 8 iss 4 Winter 2006
Business Highlights: Enumclaw and Good Samaritan Hospital AffiliationsVol 8 iss 4 Winter 2006
Adopting Green Cleaning At Your FacilityVol 8 iss 4 Winter 2006
Oregon Hospitals to Reduce Diesel Emission PollutionVol 8 iss 4 Winter 2006
Bringing Daylight Into Your HospitalVol 8 iss 4 Winter 2006
Washington Hospital Waste Reduction ConferencesVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
Joint Commission Clarification on USP-NF Chapter 797 Compounding Sterile PrepsVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
New HazMat Emergency Response Manual for Washington State Hospitals AvailableVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
OPA Now a Severe ToxinVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
Medication Errors Injure More Than 1.5 Million Patients AnnuallyVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
Facility Emergency Response Plans RequiredVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
One-Step OR Disinfectants Will Complicate Waste ManagementVol 8 iss 3 Fall 2006
Hospitals Exempt from SERC Tier Two HazMat ReportsVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
HazMat FR/AL Self-Learning Course AvailableVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
Stericycle Purchases Irish FirmVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
Hospital Waste Mgmt is on the World Wide Web!Vol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
Correction: Ecology Hospital InspectionsVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
IV Bag Makers Introduce PVC-Free ProductsVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
Tapping That Fire Hydrant for Water to Decon Patients May be More ComplicatedVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
24-Hr Urine Samples Must be Neutralized Before DumpingVol 8 iss 2 Summer 2006
Ecology To Begin Inspecting All Washington HospitalsVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
EPA Pushing King County To Press Hospitals HarderVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Compactor Drainage: Where Does Yours Go?Vol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Vehicle Mercury SwitchesVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Washington Hospitals Agree to Reduce MercuryVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Electronic Waste Recycling Bill Passes LegislatureVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Pharmaceutical Screening Analysis in Sequim WaterVol 8 iss 1 Spring 2006
Which HazMat Standard Applies To Your Hospital?Vol 7 iss 4 Winter 2005
Universal Waste Doesn't Mean: 'No Regulations'Vol 7 iss 4 Winter 2005
Food Waste Composting At Whole Foods StoresVol 7 iss 4 Winter 2005
Neutralizing Your Waste Formalin: Dilution Could Save You MoneyVol 7 iss 4 Winter 2005
Developing an Emergency Response Plan for Your HospitalVol 7 iss 3 Fall 2005
Managing Pharmaceutical Waste in Washington StateVol 7 iss 3 Fall 2005
Changes Coming for OPA DisposalVol 7 iss 3 Fall 2005
Does Your Clinical Lab Use DAB? Disposal OptionsVol 7 iss 3 Fall 2005
HazMat Spills: Train Your Own Or Call In The Experts?Vol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
NFPA Requires ORs To Remove Alcohol-Based ProductsVol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
Study Finds Silver Contamination in North Pacific WatersVol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
Universities Fined By EPA For Hazardous Waste ViolationsVol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
Riggins Idaho Family Recovering From Mercury SpillVol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
Pollution Prevention (P2) Planning For HospitalsVol 7 iss 2 Summer 2005
L&I Imposes New HazMat Standard for HospitalsVol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
Elements Of The Emergency Response StandardVol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
EPA Talking To DHHS About HIPAA IssuesVol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
NW H2E Program Coordinator SelectedVol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
Waste Management Forms New Operations For Healthcare Waste ManagementVol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
Should Your Facility Be Filing A Dangerous Waste Annual Report?Vol 7 iss 1 Spring 2005
HazMat & Waste Inventories Now Required By JCAHOVol 6 iss 4 Winter 2004
Fatal Mistakes Forcing Hospitals To Change CultureVol 6 iss 4 Winter 2004
Illinois Shuts Down Medical Waste IncineratorsVol 6 iss 4 Winter 2004
Worker Safety Standards And Waste Management Practices: They're DifferentVol 6 iss 4 Winter 2004
Med-Shred Introduces New Onsite, Mobile Medical Waste TreatmentVol 6 iss 4 Winter 2004
EPA Steps Up Enforcement at Healthcare FacilitiesVol 6 iss 3 Fall 2004
2005 AHA / EPA Waste Reduction GoalsVol 6 iss 3 Fall 2004
Stericycle Buys British Firm For $63 MillionVol 6 iss 3 Fall 2004
TopOff2: Results Of The Nation's First Threat Condition Red Response to AttackVol 6 iss 3 Fall 2004
Waste Chiller Oil : What Happens To Yours?Vol 6 iss 3 Fall 2004
Joint Commission Tracer On Hazardous Waste SpillVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
HazMat & Waste Expertise for Washington HospitalsVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
PVC and DEHP Targeted by CleanMed ConferenceVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
Forgotten Waste: July 7th MIRT Seminar at UWVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
Pharmaceutical Waste Management SeminarVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
Joint Commission Shift to Performance Management MeasuresVol 6 iss 2 Summer 2004
KC Targets Medical Clinics Offices For Waste Inspections Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
Ecology To Study PPCPs In Sequim Wastewater Effluent Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
LeMay to Petition UTC to Haul RMW in King County Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
EPA Fines Another New York Hospital For Haz Waste Violations Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
EPA Seeking $214k Against Sloan Kettering For Chemo Waste Management Violations Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
Conducting A Waste Audit At Your Hospital Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
Hazardous Waste Facilities I North America Vol 6 iss 1 Spring 2004
Self-Audit To Reduce EPA PenaltiesVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
Stericycle Posts ProfitsVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
MIRT October Seminar On Pharmaceutical Waste Management Re-CapVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
A Flow Chart For Managing Pharmaceutical WasteVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
Upcoming Sustainable Healthcare Facilities SeminarVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
Washington's Largest LandfillsVol 5 iss 3 Winter 2003
Hospital Fined $40k For HazWaste ViolationsVol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
NYC Hospital Agrees to Self-Audit To Avoid PenaltiesVol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
Discharging Waste Down The Sewer-What's AllowedVol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
JCAHO Revises Survey Performance AreasVol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
JCAHO Shifts to Unannounced Surveys By 2006Vol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
Diesel Storage Tanks Require Control PlanVol 5 iss 2 Fall 2003
Final Permanent Rule on Pharmaceutical Waste Vol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
JCAHO Lessons on MSDSsVol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Ecology Alters Used Oil GuidanceVol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Label That Waste Container With A Picture!Vol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Struggling With Mercury In HospitalsVol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Limestone Sumps For Acid Waste TreatmentVol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Fluorescent Lamp RecyclingVol 5 iss 1 Spring 2003
Ecology Re-Words Exclusion for Pharmaceutical WasteVol 4 iss 4 Winter 2002
Chemicals That Go Out With A Bang!Vol 4 iss 4 Winter 2002
Hazardous Materials and Their InventoriesVol 4 iss 4 Winter 2002
Creating And Maintaining MSDS FilesVol 4 iss 4 Winter 2002
MIRT Seminar On Reducing Healthcare WasteVol 4 iss 4 Winter 2002
Ecology's Beyond Waste Project & H2EVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
Mercury Use : WSHA SurveyVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
Mercury Reduction For Hospitals SeminarsVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
West Nile Virus PrecautionsVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
After You Know That Your Facility Generates Dangerous WasteVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
Chemo Waste: Just How Do You Manage It Properly?Vol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
Coping With Odors: Sometimes Harmful, Often NotVol 4 iss 3 Fall 2002
Reducing Hospital Waste By 33% By 2005Vol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
An Overview Of Healthcare WasteVol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
Operating Room Dangerous WasteVol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
More About Electronic (E) WasteVol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
Fall MIRT Seminar On Reducing Healthcare WasteVol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
KC Hospital Wastewater Discharge Public HearingVol 4 iss 2 Summer 2002
King County: New Wastewater Discharge AuthorizationVol 4 iss 1 Spring 2002
How Infectious Is That Waste?Vol 4 iss 1 Spring 2002
Swedish Waste Disposal GuideVol 4 iss 1 Spring 2002
MIRT: Measuring Waste to Better Manage itVol 4 iss 1 Spring 2002
Zero Waste: Fantasy Or Reality?Vol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
Hospital Waste Is Available ElectronicallyVol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
10 Reasons to Eliminate Gluteraldehyde From Your FacilityVol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
Successful Recycling At Your FacilityVol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
How Many Copies Do You Really Need?Vol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
Some Waste Reduction Tips For HospitalsVol 3 iss 3 Fall 2001
Driving Down Waste CostsVol 3 iss 2 Spring 2001
Getting Rid Of Old ComputersVol 3 iss 2 Spring 2001
Lead Garment & Brick DisposalVol 3 iss 2 Spring 2001
Dangerous Waste Management Can Save MoneyVol 3 iss 2 Spring 2001
Managing Dry Cell BatteriesVol 3 iss 1 Winter 2001
BioFouling Clogs Pipes: Why?Vol 3 iss 1 Winter 2001
Services Directory For Dry Cell BatteriesVol 3 iss 1 Winter 2001
Gluteraldehyde DisposalVol 3 iss 1 Winter 2001
Mercury Respirator CartridgesVol 3 iss 1 Winter 2001
Where Do We Stand with Mercury?Vol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
What Standard of Training Do Your Staff Have to Respond to a HazMat Spill?Vol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
Case Study: Waste Prevention Can Save DollarsVol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
US DOT's HazMat Registration ProgramVol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
EVS as a Cost Center: MeasurementVol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
Tips for Reducing Red Bag WasteVol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
2001 Dangerous Waste Management WorkshopsVol 2 iss 4 Fall 2000
Salmon Rules Will Affect HospitalsVol 2 iss 3 Summer 2000
Recycling: It All Begins with CardboardVol 2 iss 3 Summer 2000
Fluorescent Lamp Tubes: Your Real Disposal Options Under the 2000 UWRVol 2 iss 3 Summer 2000
Time to Review Your Facility's HazMat and Waste Management Plan?Vol 2 iss 3 Summer 2000
Services Directory for Lamps & BallastsVol 2 iss 3 Summer 2000
What To Do About Spent LampsVol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
King County Hospitals Set Groundwork for Medical Plastics Recycling EffortVol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
Getting Mercury Out of Your Facility - It's Harder Than You Think!Vol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
Regulated Medical Waste Audits: An Effective Tool for Cutting Disposal CostsVol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
What is Universal Waste?Vol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
Getting Rid of Ni-Cd Batteries EasilyVol 2 iss 2 Spring 2000
Are Regulated Medical Waste Disposal Costs Eating You Alive?Vol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Managing Fluorescent and HID Lamp Tubes as Universal Waste: New Changes in RegsVol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
What is a Hazardous Material Inventory?Vol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Chemicals Down the Drain: Do's & Don'tsVol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Are Your Chemicals Being Stored Safely in Labs and Storage Rooms?Vol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Managing Medical Plastic WasteVol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Do You Haul Away Your Own Dangerous Waste?Vol 2 iss 1 Winter 2000
Managing Chemo Waste: Is it Biohazardous or Dangerous Waste?Vol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Why an Accurate Audit of Your Dangerous Waste is ImportantVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Getting Serious About Reducing WasteVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Spill Response Training: OSHA & Joint Commission RecommendationsVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Formalin: The Invisible but Dangerous WasteVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Gearing Up for Your Dangerous Waste Annual ReportVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Requirements of SQGs, MQGs & LQGsVol 1 iss 2 Fall 1999
Hospital Waste Coming Under Greater Environmental ScrutinyVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
EC.1.5: Hazardous Materials & Waste Management PlanningVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
When Was Your Facility's Last Dangerous Waste Audit Performed?Vol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
EPA's Universal Waste Rule Changes Status of Batteries and ThermostatsVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
King County Green Works Sponsor Medical Industry Waste Roundtable MeetingsVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
Reducing Regulated Medical WasteVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999
Majority of Dangerous Waste at Hospitals is Disposed Illegally Down the DrainVol 1 iss 1 Summer 1999