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Introductory guide to healthcare waste management in England and Wales

Publication Year
2014

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Abstract

Introduces the key elements of healthcare waste management in England and Wales, looking at key legislation, treatment and disposal, waste streams, codes and descriptions and legal paperwork, waste handling and storage, responsibilities, policy and procedures.


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Chartered Institution of Wastes Management

Formerly the Institute of Wastes Management, the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management sets the professional standards for individuals working in the waste management industry. Technical publications are produced by the institution on a wide range of topical issues.

7-9 St Peter's Gardens
Marefair
Northampton
NN1 1SX
UK

Website: www.ciwm.co.uk
Email: ciwm@ciwm.co.uk
Tel: 01604 620426

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