Health Sciences Center Makes Analysis on Biomedical Waste
Titus, Nancy Raiden, THE JOURNAL RECORD
By Nancy Raiden Titus Journal Record Staff Reporter A project conducted at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is expected to yield the most detailed analysis of biomedical waste generated in any state.
The center sent out 8,000 surveys to every biomedical waste generator in Oklahoma that could be identified, said Daniel Boatright, environmental health specialist, to find out where the waste is generated and what is being done with it.
"We are confident that we will be able to describe what is going on in the state," he said.
"We have looked at regulations from all 50 states and have yet to find a state that has explored the issue of …
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