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Kingsford, Michigan Medical Waste Disposal. In Kingsford, Michigan and the entire state of Michigan, there are specific regulations concerning medical waste, generators of medical waste, storage of medical waste and the ultimate treatment and disposal of said waste.
Below are just some of the requirements required by Kingsford, Michigan generators of medical waste as per the Michigan.gov website. You can see there is quite a bit to take in and understand. When it comes to medical waste disposal in Kingsford, Michigan it is often cost-effective in both time and services to use a professional medical waste disposal company.
It is best to have a partner that’s business is to know what to do when it comes to Kingsford, Michigan medical waste.
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A Kingsford, Michigan facility that produces medical waste but does not treat medical waste onsite shall:
(a) Package, contain, and locate medical waste in a manner that protects and prevents the medical waste from release at the producing facility or at any time before ultimate disposal.
(b) Separate the categories of medical waste at the point of origin into appropriate containers that are labeled as required under subdivision (c).
(c) Label the containers required under subdivision (b) with a biohazard symbol or the words “medical waste” or “pathological waste” in letters not less than 1 inch high.
(d) Not compact or mix medical waste with other waste materials before decontamination, incineration, and disposal.
(e) If decontaminated medical waste is mixed with other solid waste, clearly label the container to indicate that it contains decontaminated medical waste.
(f) Store medical waste in such a manner that prevents putrefaction and prevents infectious agents from coming in contact with the air or with individuals.
(g) If medical waste is stored outside of the producing facility, store the medical waste in a secured area or locked in a container that weighs more than 500 pounds and prevent access to the area of container by vermin or unauthorized individuals.
(h) Not store medical waste on the premises of the producing facility for more than 90 days.
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Kingsford is a city in Dickinson County in the state of Michigan, named for the developer Edward G. Kingsford. The population is 5,133.
Pine Mountain Ski Lodge and Ski Hill are located in Breitung Township, Michigan which is part of Dickinson County. Kingsford also has the only airport in the area, the Ford Airport, which serviced the World War II Ford Glider factory. It is part of the Iron Mountain, MI–WI Micropolitan Statistical Area. M-95 connects with US 2 and US 141 just a mile or so north in Iron Mountain. The road crosses the Menominee River into Wisconsin where it continues as County Road N in Florence County.