Cutting and puncturing waste

Cutting and puncturing waste is divided into three types: non-contaminated, chemically contaminated and infectious.

For further details see the section for cutting and puncturing waste in the self study course Laboratory waste management at BMC.

Senders declaration form are to be downloaded from here, and placed in the red mailbox in the niche opposite the freezer room C8:003b / C8:005b in connection with that you leave the waste boxesin their freezers.
Questions and regarding sorting, classification, packaging, marking, labeling and the senders form of declaration of hazardous waste should be addressed to Mikael Olsson.

See UU about cutting and puncturing waste.

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Version 2016-09-30