It’s estimated that each of this country’s 140,000 dental practices—110,000 private and 30,000 public—handle a pound or two of mercury per year. And at least 8,800 of those pounds aren’t trapped or diverted in any fashion....More
The 1920s and 1930s were transformative times for New York City’s waste collection operations. The New York Academy of Medicine, the Museum of the city of New York and Archive Global are presenting a historical lecture series this summer on that story, called, “Garbage and the City: Two Centuries of Dirt, Debris and Disposal” in New York City.
This package of stories includes comprehensive analysis of the safety issues facing the waste and recycling industry. Coverage includes features, best practices pieces, case studies and commentary....More
Co-located with WasteExpo, the Healthcare Waste Conference is the only educational event that laser-focuses on the largest regulatory, legislative and technical issues that affect the healthcare waste industry....More